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First home buyers are having to shell out on average nearly $94,000 more to get on the property ladder than a year ago.
New pictures show deserted Whakatane coastlines following tsunami warning after magnitude 8 shake. Video / David Beck
Why there is a major tsunami risk to the east coast of New Zealand.
The first episode of Songs of the Sea documents Sue Neureuter’s account of growing up visiting the Noises Islands. Video / Supplied
Just the facts - A closer look at the first four vaccines to be rolled out in New Zealand. How they work, why we need them and who developed them. Video / NZ Herald
Papatoetoe High School Principal Vaughan Couillault and student Lyric Te-Ao talk to the media about the latest Covid-19 infection at the school today. Video / Dean Purcell
A car was driven into an Auckland store, VapeBox, before catching fire. Video / Visual Media Productions
Associate Minister for the Environment Eugenie Sage and Mayor of Auckland Phil Goff announce $2.2m of government funding for a community recycling centre in Auckland’s Onehunga. Video / Leon Menzies
Episode Four: On today's Viewpoint NZ we meet the best friends with an almost 70 year age gap, discover the ultimate kiwi road trip and we speak to the AA's congestion expert on what the end of school holidays means for traffic on our roads. Made with funding from NZ On Air.
DOC's dotterel dos and don'ts. Made with funding from NZ on Air.
Episode Two: On today's Viewpoint NZ we explore the debate around pokie machines. Are they a harmless way to raise funds for local communities or a destructive addiction? Made with funding from NZ On Air.
Simon Wilson on plans to ban cars from Auckland's CBD
Pokeno population expected to go from 3,000 to 12,000 by 2045. Made with funding from NZ On Air.
Heritage Devonport has called on council to review a contentious development consent granted to a heritage beachside house.
Property at Lammermoor Dr, St Heliers, sold by One Agency for $5.5m. The home was sold by Mark Adamson, Fletcher Building’s former chief executive.
More than 100 thousand homes and businesses have lost electricity and power company Vector says it may be several days before supply is restored in some parts of the city.
Scaffolding and early constructions at a Hobsonville Point site has been brought down in the storm. / Video by Dean Purcell
The heavy winds in Tuesday night's storm pulled trees down onto cars and homes, with 100,000 homes and businesses losing power.
Auckland bus driver refuses to open door for mother and baby.
UN World Happiness Day is today so an Auckland florist is handing out free flowers to spread the joy and put a smile on peoples faces.