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A once-in-a-lifetime chance for 165-thousand migrants to become residents starts today. Senior software engineer Mic Shaw was logging on to apply when the programme opened at six o'clock this morning. His wife Michelle Shaw, who works in the Christchurch vaccine programme, told reporter Gill Bonnett that the excitement of becoming residents, is als…
 
A Northland iwi is floating a plan to block off popular tourist destinations this summer. Bay of Islands iwi Te Tii Waitangi ki Te Pewhairangi has told authorities they intend to re-establish a border south of Opua when the Auckland border lifts in two weeks' time. The border would stretch down to the Russell Ferry and Puketona - cutting off visito…
 
National's new leader Christopher Luxon is promising to turn a party in turmoil into a high-performing team. The former Air New Zealand chief executive says he will get National fighting fit by the next election. But with only a year of politics under his belt, has Luxon got what it takes to lead the party back into power? Political reporter Charli…
 
Former National Party senior cabinet minister David Carter is "absolutely delighted" with his old party's changing of the leadership guard. Now it's just a matter of convincing hundreds of thousands of soft voters to feel the same way. Policy and personality, he says, is how that argument can be won. Carter spoke to Corin Dann.…
 
Voters in new National Party leader Christopher Luxon's Botany electorate are hopeful former leaders Simon Bridges, Judith Collins and Todd Muller can help him get the National Party back on track. The Luxon/Willis ticket is the sixth for National in six years.. So what do Botany locals make of the duo? Here are some of their thoughts shared with o…
 
Former Air New Zealand boss and new Botany MP Christopher Luxon is National's new leader. What we know so far is that he loves country music, his favourite animal is a guinea pig and he owns seven houses. He also has a wife called Amanda and two children. The 51 year old's path to the leadership has been swift- he was only elected last year.. and h…
 
Travel and insurance agents are sending a warning to book overseas travel for 2022 at your peril with the Omicron variant on the scene and travel insurance unlikely to provide cover for any extended stays. From mid January next year, you'll be able travel return to Australia without needing to secure a spot in MIQ on the way home. And from mid-Febr…
 
Well back in March, we brought you story of, Matt Fenn who completed the momentous feat of running 654km in less than a week for suicide awareness, 1 kilometre to represent every kiwi who died by suicide last year. Then in July he attempted to reach the height of Mt Everest's summit faster than anyone by running up and down Baldwin Street, Dunedin.…
 
Giving second hand gifts for Christmas is now a cool thing to do according to an article in the Guardian, but there are rules. You don't have to spend a heap of money or buy the latest flash thing. Steve Archer, who, together with his wife Coralie, write a blog called #Practically and joins Karyn to discuss all things second-hand.…
 
Simon Morris looks at three films about stories - one based on an early tale of chivalry, one that smuggles adult concerns into a children's animated movie, and a horror film that taps into indigenous American myths and legends. The Green Knight tells one of the earliest recorded stories of King Arthur and his nephew Gawain 's perilous quest. Featu…
 
Uncertainty continues to hang over the New Zealand Golf Open in the wake of planned changes to border rules. event falls less than a month before the border opens to fully vaccinated foreign travellers. And while it has been placed on the government's "Approved Event" list - organisers are not optimistic it will happen. Clay Wilson reports.…
 
A gang expert says the police may need to monitor gangs "extremely heavily" - or get them in a room together - in a bid to quash any tit for tat violence that may be brewing. There are growing concern about what appears to be a rise in gang-linked violence, particularly shootings in Auckland. Jordan Bond reports.…
 
The National Party will be hoping to reach new heights with newly appointed leader Christopher Luxon. The political newbie - and former Air New Zealand chief executive - was elected earlier today with Nicola Willis his deputy. It comes after a tumultuous week for the National Party - with Judith Collins booted from the leadership after she stripped…
 
Relatively new entrant to Parliament, former Unilever and Air NZ boss Christopher Luxon has landed the job as leader of the National Party. The situation vacant sign when up last week when Judith Collins was tossed out of the job after a no confidence vote, which was called when she demoted Simon Bridges over inappropriate comments he made several …
 
Marlborough Sounds killer Scott Watson has again been denied parole, 23 years after he was imprisoned for the murder of Ben Smart and Olivia Hope. The 50-year-old was sentenced to life in prison in 1998 with a minimum non parole period of 17 years. He has always protested his innocence, and his father says today's ruling is frustrating. Conan Young…
 
Some wannabe returnees have been left out in the cold, after Omicron prompted a last minute change to the number of MIQ rooms released today. Officials say they are taking precautions so there's enough room for community cases as well as international arrivals in coming days and weeks. That includes travellers from 'high risk' countries who need to…
 
Red level restrictions are presenting a challenge for pubs and restaurants over the summer break. Auckland venues can reopen from Friday after a three month shutdown, but they are not popping the champagne just yet. At red, venues using the vaccine pass can have up to 100 people but they have to be seated and separated. And dancing is off limits. A…
 
You may have noticed empty shelves at some supermarkets, particularly in Auckland. Bare supermarket shelves, swathes of missing products, your favourite must-have ingredients missing. Countdown is playing catch-up after a strike last week across its two Auckland Distribution centres. Food and Grocery Council chief executive Katherine Rich talks to …
 
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