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The study of 937 elderly Māori and non-Māori started almost 10 years ago.
"I sold him a dream - money, gold watches. He had five kids, but on those words he moved."
COMMENT: There must be a way to boost training on the job rather than via institutions.
There are big hopes for the Government's mental health inquiry response and the Budget.
COMMENT: Governments are impotent in the face of the pillage of our natural environment.
A teacher runs through his day at a decile 10 girls' school as teachers prepare to strike.
Teachers are striking again next week - here's a guide to the issues.
Around 50,000 teachers are ready to strike.
A Year 3 teacher runs through her day at a decile 6 school near Hamilton.
There is one aspect of the Australian election that Simon Bridges wont be highlighting.
Teachers are waking up at 4.30am to tackle the mountain of paperwork.
Kiwis living in Aussie may feel unhappy with yesterday's Australian election result.
There's a perverse or weird connectedness to the standoffs over Te Mata Peak and the baby.
Rather than just a cut-off Moa's ark, ancient NZ was also a 'flypaper of the Pacific'.
A primary school principal runs through his day as 50,000 teachers prepare to strike.
Some teachers get up at 4.30am in a bid to tackle their increasing workload.
50,000 teachers are preparing to strike - here's a look at one teacher's typical workload.
COMMENT: At the moment, Grandma is in palliative care in hospital.
Bridges says blue-collar workers becoming more fiscally conservative, writes Audrey Young.
Greg Turner oversees a team of police detectives in the Western Bay of Plenty.
Jacinda Ardern says she received so much 'feedback' on her hairdo, she did not repeat it.
Her family were preparing to donate her organs, now she's hoping to go back to study.
COMMENT: The scandal over Foulden Maar has reached critical mass.
Hijacker who wanted to crash an Air NZ plane into Suva was foiled with a bottle of scotch.
Beattie's daughter Hollie was just five when she was diagnosed with cancer.
Spinraza is the only FDA-approved treatment for SMA sufferers.
COMMENT: A conservative Christian party could make a powerful coalition partner for Nats.
A long night in parliament: Marilyn Waring on how NZ abortion laws were manipulated.
Grant Robertson will deliver his second Budget on May 30 and is quite excited about it.
COMMENT: A celebration of Captain Cook's landing is a celebration of history whitewashed.
The Government this week called for public submissions on the issue of drug driving tests.
Letter writers share viewpoints on social media, heritage buildings and religion.
Two-thirds of complaints to internet watchdog Netsafe are made by women.
COMMENT: From the success of Paris, Ardern gets back to some problematic ministers.
NZ scientists are working on a test which could quickly tell if a driver is on drugs.
COMMENT: US research shows our Government was wrong-footed in axing charter schools.
The elite Auckland school is celebrating 150 years.
COMMENT: When the camera is just on me, and me alone, it picks up my best side.
More schools are getting lockdown training and expert advice after the mosque attacks.
Two male inpatients at the unit died in suspected suicides this week.
On social media echo chambers, changing NZ law on digital harm, and what she had for lunch
A police officer was seen trying to save the life of a man who had been shot.
At noon a driver without a seatbelt decided to speed off from the police sting.
Forestry Minister Shane Jones says sorry to farmers for referring to them as 'moaners'.
A recap of the highlights of the week in politics.
It was the most horrific conversation the call centre worker had experienced.
"If you leave it too long, people can die," cancer patient tells.
In theory it sounds fine - practice is another thing, Audrey Young writes
A ticket may now be waived or reissued depending on the circumstances.
Phil Twyford snaps back as Lawrence Yule calls Hastings housing situation a "NZ disgrace".
Police raids post-Christchurch are sparking concern after targeting choices.
Grieving family takes battle with Waikato DHB over son's death to Prime Minister.
John Tamihere is making big promises, but big isn't always the same as good.
The combined Asian, Pacific and Maori population will outnumber Europeans in Auckland.
Immigrant believes food offers a slice of life from other cultures.
The spinal surgery Kay Billman waited 18 months for gave her back her life.
The world is changing fast and the threats this presents requires a massive debate.
A real estate agent is now bankrupt after gambling away more than $250,000.
Global powers want social media reined in, but what's technically possible?
"The line between truth and falsehood just seems so blurry right now."
Mission Bay business boss is optimistic about working with Auckland Transport.
What you need to know about the $6.4 billion plan for Wellington's transport.
It's not all harsh words and hardball in Parliament on Trevor Mallard's watch.
Paris summit helps to build Jacinda Ardern's international status.
Once heavily involved in theatre, teacher assaulted still struggling with concentration.
"It's really disappointing. I don't want this to happen to any other person."
Kugan Kandaiah's mother, sister, brother, sister-in-law and nephew were all killed.
One month ago Oceana Cameron was told she would never walk again after a crash.
Should students be allowed phones at school?
Is it fair that those responsible for alleged abuse are also in charge of investigation?