Public Interest Journalism funded through NZ On Air Despite apologising for disparaging comments made in reference to a South Auckland school, social media influencer Jordan Simi should have known better. That’s according to school alumni Josephine Bartley and Sela Jane Hopgood.
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Social Policy Analyst 'Ana Ika and Political Commentator Richard Pamatatau join us to discuss the Wellbeing Budget 2022.
“Before we have a lolly scramble, focus on what matters to our communities.” Te Rito Journalism cadets on Wellbeing Budget 2022
Public Interest Journalism funded through NZ On Air Reconnecting youth, health care, mental health and wellbeing support, reducing food and fuel prices and climate change are key areas Oriwa Atkins and Arohanui West would like the Wellbeing Budget 2022 to reflect. The Te Rito Journalism cadets share their perspectives on the government’s fourth budget announced […]
Samoan Pacific Climate Warrior and environmental champion Brianna Fruean has been announced as a recipient of the Global Citizen Prize, Citizen Award. The Global Citizen Prize recognizes activists across the world whose efforts focus on ending extreme poverty and achieving the United Nations’ Global Goals. It aims to identify changemakers in local communities who have […]
An Auckland councillor says any plans to introduce congestion charging in Auckland will unfairly affect people in lower-socioeconomic areas like south Auckland.
While an open border has been a welcome relief for tourism operators, the past two years has actually helped the Cook Islands make repairs to an important part of its tourism infrastructure.
The Government of Niue today announced Quarantine Free Travel to Niue from Monday 27 June 2022
Former Māngere-Ōtāhuhu local board Lemauga Lydia Sosene was sworn into Parliament in Wellington yesterday as the new Labour list MP
Pacific Media Network is the first company in Aotearoa to adopt menstrual/menopause leave in their workplace.