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Budget 2022 includes a cost of living package that will see about two million New Zealanders qualify for a one-off payment of $350. Health gets a record $11.1 billion over the next four years - with a focus on creating Health NZ and a Māori Health Authority. Te Puea Winiata (Ngati Ranginui) has worked in mental health and addiction services and is …
 
A new report by Shark Guardian reveals fishery observer reports of shark finning and other malpractices on Marine Stewardship Council certified vessels are being routinely ignored. The MSC is an international non-profit organisation which rewards sustainable fishing practices. Shark Guardian identified a total of 24 incidents of shark finning takin…
 
The International Committee of Museums - or ICOM - has been forced to apologise for saying "historic garments should not be worn by anybody, public or private figures." It was called out by renowned Maori curator and Te Papa executive member, Puawai Cairns, who called the statements "Eurocentric". On Twitter, the ICOM Costume Committee said its sta…
 
The budget is delivering more money for Pasifika health and education but leaders of Pacific communities say it doesn't go far enough. Despite $196 million of Pacific investment they're wanting to see more go towards addressing poverty, the pay-gap and amnesty to overstayers. RNZ Pacific's Eleisha Foon reports.…
 
Houses and businesses in Levin have been damaged by wild weather this morning. Crops are shredded, trees are uprooted, powerlines are down, and trampolines have been sent tumbling. Horowhenua District Council mayor Bernie Wanden spoke to Midday Report's Māni Dunlop.
 
In Levin, residents were woken by torrential hail nearly the size of golf balls, and what they are describing as a tornado. MetService says it recorded a wind gust of 140 kilometres per hour in Levin, and it's asking for any footage or pictures of this morning's storm so it can definitively say whether it was indeed a tornado or a thunderstorm coll…
 
John Duke from Unity Books Wellington reviews When I Sing, Mountains Dance by Irene Solà, translated by Mara Faye Lethem, published by Allen & Unwin A prize-winning, spell-binding, polyphonic debut of love, wildness and tragedy that marks the generations - for readers of Sarah Baume and Max Porter. When Domenec - mountain-dweller, father, poet, dre…
 
Last week was an epic week for astronomers, mathematicians and astrophysicists around the world with the capturing of the first picture of a black hole in this galaxy.The picture shows a halo of dust and gas, tracing the outline of a colossal black hole, at the heart of the Milky Way, 55 million light years from Earth. Known as Sagittarius A* the o…
 
This morning's tornado in Levin has damaged buildings, toppled trees and power lines and caused road closures. Wayne McKinlay is the manager of the Honda Horowhenua & Stihl shop in Oxford Street, in the town centre. He says there's a big clean up job ahead.
 
There are fears for the survival of building companies waiting for gib. The supply of this crucial lining and bracing material has slowed since the August 2021 lockdown, seeing some builds stop in their tracks, leaving partially built homes at a complete standstill, with some gib orders taking up to seven months to arrive. Some builders are moving …
 
The snow guns are primed and the forecast is promising with less than a month until South Island ski fields start opening. This winter marks the first season since 2019 that overseas visitors will be joining the lift queues. Tess Brunton has more.
 
Māori health and social workers say the funding announced in yesterday's budget will do little to help ease their burden, or close equity gaps. The government is calling its spend on Māori health a gamechanger, with 168 million dollars going to the Māori Health Authority, which launches in July. But after a year where the work of Māori health provi…
 
A tornado has ripped through Levin this morning, with a local school among those caught in its wake. [picture id="4LRHXQ9_20220520_080102_jpg" crop="16x10" layout="full"] Maria Lyne is the principal of St Joseph's Catholic School.
 
Health was a centre piece of the budget - capturing more than eleven billion dollars in funding as the Government presses ahead with its plan to replace DHBs with a centralised health service. Health Minister Andrew Little spoke to Morning Report.
 
Finance Minister Grant Robertson says part of the budget is about the task of balancing short-term welfare priorities with longer-term economic investment. But opposition parties say he's failed and will leave the country worse off. [picture id="4LRJF1L_RNZD1821_jpg" crop="16x10" layout="full"] ANZ chief economist Sharon Zollner spoke to Corin Dann…
 
A mini tornado has ripped through Levin this morning - Trees and powerlines are reported to have come down. State Highway 1 is closed in Levin between Durham Street and Supercheap Auto due to what police are calling a "major weather event" this morning. Horowhenua District Council chief executive Monique Davidson spoke to Morning Report.…
 
A long campaign trail comes to an end today for Australia's political leaders - with the country going to the polls tomorrow. According to the latest polling numbers, Labor under leader Anthony Albanese, remains in the box seat to form a government, with about 53.6 per cent support. Scott Morrison's Liberal Party will hope the polls have got it wro…
 
Emergency medicine specialists are urging the Government to work with them to address worsening problems facing hospitals. A centre piece of yesterday's Budget was more than $11 billion to replace District Health Boards with a centralised health service. College of Emergency Medicine deputy chair Dr Kate Allan says the focus on health is good but m…
 
The National Party has lashed out at what it calls "out of control spending" in the latest Budget. Among the big ticket items in Thursday's budget were a record investment in health, a $350 payment for NZers earning under $70,000 and extending half price public transport for two more months. National Party finance spokesperson Nicola Willis spoke t…
 
A cost of living surprise - the government's compiled an almost $1 billion package in Budget 2022 to help New Zealanders struggling with the rising cost of living. Finance Minister Grant Robertson went into the latest Budget having to balance short-term pressures against longer-term investment. Robertson says the $350 cost of living relief payment …
 
Wellington Hospital has to move its Emergency Department because its structure might fail in a quake. There are also issues at Hawke's Bay Hospital. They are the latest shaky hospitals juggling earthquake risks. Phil Pennington has been investigating.
 
A cost of living surprise - the government's pulled out an almost billion dollar package in Budget 2022 to help New Zealanders struggling with the rising cost of living. Finance Minister Grant Robertson went into this year's Budget having to balance short-term pressures against longer-term investment. Opposition parties say he has failed to do that…
 
Voters have been quick to deliver their verdict on Grant Robertson's fourth wellbeing Budget. He's splashing the cash - including a record investment in health of $11.1 billion. Rosie Gordon has been finding out how taxpayers in different parts of the country are rating the big spend.
 
Groups representing those most disadvantaged in Aotearoa say they're disappointed the budget hasn't gone far enough. Child Poverty Action Group says while it is encouraging to see large investments in healthcare and services, there is limited direct relief for families. Professor Emeritus Innes Asher is the group's spokesperson and a member of the …
 
A public transport campaigner is giving the government's budget just 3.5 out of 10. The two month extension of half price fares and a permanent cut for community card holders did little to sweeten the deal for many in the sector. Niva Chittock reports.
 
The drug-buying agency Pharmac has a much bigger pool of money to fund medicines following yesterday's Budget. The Government is investing an extra $191 million over the next two years - a sum that Health Minister Andrew Little says is the agency's "biggest-ever increase". Pharmac chief executive Sarah Fitt spoke to Corin Dann.…
 
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