In our final episode, Grace and Natasha take a look at the women hitting the tools in the trades industry.
This episode we take a look at the issues which still surround women in sport.
This episode Grace and Natasha meet the cast of Court Theatre production, "Fresh Off The Boat" as they take a look in to Pasifika theatre.
This episode Grace and Natasha visit Hohepa Canterbury, a leading disability service provider.
In this episode, join Grace and Natasha as they explore the rise of sustainable fashion.
In this episode, join Grace and Natasha as they take a deeper look in to mental illness in Aotearoa.
In this episode, join Grace and Natasha as they take to the streets with the climate strike protesters.
Teachers have started a petition to get Kiwis learning about their past.
School students are creating industry level art, but it's often hidden in the shadows. A new idea is helping them showcase their best work.
With winter here, those living on the streets will be feeling it the most. But some volunteers are making the chill a little easier to bear.
Riverside markets set to open, some tiny creatures are in danger of death, and will woman's rugby take the lead?
It's time New Zealanders properly understand te reo Māori.
The trades industry is desperate for more workers and school leavers could be the answer.
Linwood's Tiny Shop Village is run by the community, for the community.
Run by volunteers, the Stanmore Road post shop is one of the only stand-alone post shops in New Zealand.
The Kā Huru Manu Mapping Project unlocked thousands of Māori place names and stories within Te Waipounamu, many never seen before.
Fish, chips and te reo Māori. It doesn't get more kiwi than that.
Linwood College celebrated the past and looked towards the future before the school's demolition.
Proper investment is needed if we want more diversity in New Zealand's science industry.
Two pedestrians are hurt, one in a critical condition, after being hit by a car at the intersection of Fitzgerald Ave and Gloucester St.
Driver of a stolen car runs from police after crashing on Fitzgerald Ave.
Fulbright scholarship winner wants Kiwi communities to embrace similarities, not differences.
Wu-Tang Clan have announced their first headlining show down under.
The conversation about homelessness is well overdue, says city missioner.
After a nail biting game, the Ascot Park Hotel Southern Steel have come out on top as back to back champions.