Well, that's nearly us done for the year. No one thought it could be worse than 2020, but for many it was.
A lot has happened this year, so much we could never dream to pull together a best of the show. We've taken you to multiple breaking news conferences, spoken to Covid-19 response minister Chris Hipkins more times than we can count, covered disasters and attacks, and also had some laughs.
Here's a few key moments from the year.
Parents of Orewa College students are concerned for their safety after two brutal assaults surfaced online.
Two students from the north Auckland school have been excluded and the school held a meeting for parents and caregivers last night to discuss solutions to the spate of violence.
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...
Another two month extension to the fuel tax reduction and half price public transport, has been met with relief by many on the streets of Whangārei.
The government's also announced New Zealanders with community services cards will get half price public transport permanently from mid...