Designers, performers, and eager audience members are descending on the capital for the return of New Zealand's largest theatrical production. It's the first time since 2019 that the World of Wearable Arts Awards show will be staged, following two years of Covid cancellations. Our reporter Soumya Bhamidipati and cameraman Angus Dreaver went for a look. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6312950217112
Jacinda Ardern has begun the week on the back foot, defending two of her Ministers overseeing contentious projects. The opposition has accused her of being economical with the truth - as she's struggled to explain a mistake by Labour. Here's our deputy political editor Craig McCulloch.
The government has announced a Royal Commission of Inquiry into its Covid pandemic response. It will look at the laws and decision-making that drove the government's pandemic response - and the impacts that had on New Zealanders and on the economy. Australian-based epidemiologist Professor Tony...
Artistic Swimming New Zealand wants to bust stigmas around the sport, formerly known as synchronised swimming, and get more boys and men to give it a go. The International Swimming Federation has started opening up the sport to men and there's speculation that the IOC might let them compete at...