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On today's Viewpoint NZ, record measles cases throws the decision to vaccinate into sharp focus, what's hot at Rotorua's TRENZ conference and a railway crossing in Oamaru steps into the 21st century - with barrier arms. Made with funding from NZ On Air.
On today's Viewpoint NZ, Extinction Rebellion and the fight to make the world do something about climate change, exciting new craft beer brews in Hawke's Bay and Metiria Turei is back in the spotlight, as an artist. Made with funding from NZ On Air.
Documentary: New Zealand has tried and failed to fix its methamphetamine crisis for 20 years. Now the country is facing a second wave of the epidemic.
Christina Chua with her partner Vivien-Loh-Chua who left Singapore where same sex relationship is a criminal offence to start a family in NZ. / Dean Purcell
John was 12-years-old and excited he could bike into town on his own for the first time. But while he was at the bank, a ‘friendly and well-spoken’ man asked him for directions. By the end of the evening, John’s innocence was ‘ripped away’. Video / CTV
Jason thought his babysitter was ‘cool’. But he turned out to be the start of a series of ‘predators’ who sexually violated him. Video CTV
Paul’s mother had died when a man offered to help his father out with respite care. The man had cool space invader games and slot car sets. But he also sexually molested Paul. Video / CTV
On today's Viewpoint NZ, we get the lowdown on some of the tricks town planners in Hastings and New Brighton are using to revitalise their town centres. Made with funding from NZ On Air.
Focus: Controversy surrounds proposed development at Wellington's Shelly Bay. Video / Mark Mitchell
Focus: PM Jacinda Ardern announces end to Capital Gains Tax plan, Bridges and Peters weigh in.
Focus: Cordy's Auctioneers prepare to auction NZ music memorabilia for NZ Music Month. /Jason Oxenham
Focus: Michael O'Dell-Horne speaks to The New Zealand Herald about his father being a victim of a hit and run in Gisborne.
Four weeks on from the shootings which claimed the lives of 50 Muslim worshippers in Christchurch, more than 20,000 Pakistanis arranged themselves in the shape of Al Noor Mosque as a symbol of solidarity.
The NZ Herald tests out the time it takes to drive along Quay Street at 4.45 PM on a Friday evening.
Cyclist speaks out after being injured on The Lightpath. / Doug Sherring
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Blockchain hype fades but the technology lives on.
Willow Dando didn't know how to swim when she accidentally fell into the family pool soon after her 3rd birthday. But she did know how to help save her own life. / Video by Doug Sherring
Dr James McKay, a surgeon who was on duty in Christchurch on March 15th speaks to Finance and Expenditure Committee on effect of high-velocity firearms and hollow-point ammunition.
On today's Viewpoint NZ the employment expert who knows where the best jobs are, Wanaka vs Queenstown, Kiwi women skateboarding in Palestine and the musician spreading the love... for the recorder. Made with funding from NZ On Air.
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The Auckland story – what can we do so visitors want to stay?
Gail Ellison meets Paul Donovan, the man who saved her life when he found her unconscious in her car on a Blockhouse Bay street. / Video by Doug Sherring
Is one of New Zealand's finest buildings about to be demolished? / NZ On Air
Kids on screens: How much is too much? / Doug Sherring
City Rail Link construction manager Scott Elwarth and City Rail Link chief executive Dr Sean Sweeney on the progress of the City Rail Link tunnel construction.
Jan McLeod receives a free cataract surgery at Re:Vision after being told by her local DHB she didn't meet the threshold.
Singer Marlon Williams performs a stunning rendition of popular waiata ' Tahu Potiki ' at the National Remembrance Service.
A new battle is brewing over alcohol trusts in West Auckland.
On today's Viewpoint NZ we talk to an ex-SAS soldier about keeping our families and communities safe, we preview the Dunedin Writer's Festival, glass art in Whanganui and the poignant recordings of a famous Kiwi musician with terminal cancer. Made with funding from NZ On Air.