New Zealand favourite children's programme has had to adapt to COVID-19, but it thankfully hasn't affected too much.
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Brought to you by the students of the New Zealand Broadcasting School: Metro News 2020
An event that has been running since 2016 faced its most challenging year due to COVID-19, but it was all smiles on race day.
Despite COVID-19, Christchurch CBD's hospitality hotspot has gone even better than the owners expected.
The students at the New Zealand Broadcasting School bring you Metro News for 2020.
Emma Olsen looks at the Fruit and Vegetables in Schools Initiative, as well as the Women's Cricket World Cup postponement.
For a sixth bonus episode, Emma will be looking at the logistics of a universal student allowance system.
For Episode Five, Emma Olsen looks at the psychological effects of debt.
For Episode Four, Emma Olsen looks at students cheating the system.
For Episode Three, Emma Olsen looks at the factors that make up the system.
For Episode Two, Emma Olsen finds out what students really think about the system.
For Episode One, Emma Olsen looks at the history of the student loan/allowance system.
Superwoman as some would call her, an Auckland mum is currently training for her fifth Lacrosse World Cup.
If you've ever wanted to hang your pet on the wall, there's a new business starting up to create your loved ones into art.
New Zealand's nationwide lockdown helped a para-athlete train more than she usually would.
NZSki is keeping optimistic that ski fields will reopen as soon as possible and strategising ways to attract Kiwis.
The Government is fast-tracking new protections against loan sharks due to COVID-19.
Since an Australian Club banned headers for all youth players, we find out if New Zealand is going to follow in their footsteps.
We get advice on how to know which companies are best to invest in as well as the pros and cons.
In order to reboot the economy, the Government is working hard to improve school classrooms across NZ.
The Government is looking into support for New Zealand businesses having to pay rent during COVID-19.
We get advice from three finance experts who tell us whether or not now is the ideal time to be investing in shares.
We wanted to know how our Prime Minister stays strong through a situation like COVID-19 so we spoke to her support system.
The elderly aren't finding life any different since lockdown started and they share advice they have for New Zealanders during this time.
New investment in rural network capacity will help lift the development and wellbeing of isolated communities in NZ.
A talented young dancer has been nominated for a Global Public Choice Award in a worldwide dance competition
In the hope to help Kiwis' mental health, soon many people will be able to talk with a professional at no charge.
One Kiwi has been in lockdown for 10 days longer than the rest of New Zealand
The RSA was inspired by the number of Kiwis who participated in ANZAC this weekend and never had before.
A three-hour one-off show yesterday sent off the popular Radio Sport station.
Do's and don'ts for hunters during level three have been confirmed by the Government
Borders will be a problem when relocating all team members in time for the 2021 America's Cup
This week, three Air New Zealand flights will bring back New Zealanders from India
The owners of Clevedon Farmers Market and Clevedon Buffalo Company believe recovery from the economic impacts of COVID-19 will be difficult
A young and eager first-year US College Athlete was set to start university but doesn't think she will be until at least next year
The Royal Commission has extended its report date for the March 15 2019 attacks following delays due to COVID-19
The Government has approved a further $30m to meet immediate welfare and food security for New Zealanders
Only approved point of care test kits for COVID-19 will be able to be imported and sold in New Zealand
The Commerce Commission has issued new guidance for consumer lenders and borrowers to assist during COVID-19
The build for the first-ever carbon-infused foiling pleasure Power Cat is underway
Since open water swimming was banned during lockdown, an athlete from Whangarei could no longer train
Today's update on New Zealand's COVID-19 cases.
An overtired Auckland nurse almost microwaved a piece of paper that she was meant to photocopy.
Radio Sport will be hosting a one-off farewell show this Monday.
A young Aucklander has had her surgery cancelled twice because of the COVID-19 pandemic
Over 2000 teams participated in this weekend's VF48HOUR: LOCKDOWN film challenge.
An Otago woman diagnosed with cancer had been told by doctors it was just eczema.
Competition is on the horizon for Uber Eats now that Flamingo Food is launching.
An air quality scientist looks into Auckland's air quality difference since lockdown started.