Three Wellingotn Phoenix players visited Linden School in the suburb of Tawa as part of their ‘Phoenix in Schools’ programme. COLIN ENGELBRECHT captures the action.
Last year TVNZ made the decision to outsource its Maori and Pacific programming, in a move that has left many Maori outraged. Independent companies and producers will benefit, but the move may yet prove to have far-reaching consequences for all New Zealanders. LIAM CAVANAGH reports.
Best Journalist goes to Francesca Jago pictured with TV1 reporter Jehan Casinader.
Lisa Gembitsky is leaving her Konfident Kidz programme. She reflects on her work with AMANDA CARRINGTON.
An Otago University stomach cancer report highlights over-representation of Maori in stats. FINN RAINGER reports.
Karori fort took six years to build and was designed to foil Japanese invasion during World War 2.
Kaye Bruntonspent five years advising other people on running a school, and is now running her own.
Survey shows app designed to keep students safe is still on their minds – even if they do not use it.
Capital Jazz festival will have about 100 local and international acts in June.
The café is a social enterprise and is run by the not for profit organisation Zeal.
Wellington children discover ANZAC history at the local library and community centre.