This week Oliver and Louise have a look at misinformation around dieting and exercise, and the pressures young people face.
This week we explore how we can live more sustainable lives by reducing our plastic waste.
This week in Issues Unpacked we explore how social media can influence our wellbeing.
New Zealand's road toll has risen every year since 2013 so what's behind the issue and what can we be doing better?
Starting the conversation about sexual health and breaking down the stigma about getting tested.
Why aren't young people fronting up to the ballot box on local election day? This weeks episode explores young people and local politics.
September marked six months on from the March 15 terror attack in Christchurch, now where are things at?
Riverside markets set to open, some tiny creatures are in danger of death, and will woman's rugby take the lead?
Louise Ternouth went to speak to locals about why the proposal is an issue and joins us now.
Tomorrow is Eid Al Fitr marking the end of Ramadan for the Muslim community. This year is extra significant being the first after March 15.
Teachers begin five weeks of rolling strikes, what's got Christchurch airport taking off, and why these cute dogs may not be the best pet.
This come a week after 50,000 teachers took to the streets to fight for better pay and working conditions.
It's a disease that effects 120,000 women in New Zealand-the equivalent of the entire Dunedin population, but we're still sitting in silence
Take one community group, willing participants, laughter and you've got the recipe to combat the biggest issues facing our elders.
"Our voices won't be silenced until the planets saved" Extinction Rebellion group chalk and poster Christchurch streets.
The Collaborative Communities Collective Model (CCCM) has reached Christchurch and now it wants the community to get involved.
A new initiative means thousands of women will soon have better access to free or low cost contraception.
The McDonald's annual duathlon brought together over 1000 children of all ages.
One of the worst tropical cyclones has left behind a magnitude aftermath for Africa.
17 year-old Azaria Howell wants the voting age lowered so 16 year-olds can also have their say.
A man who flew within five metres of a family on a West Coast beach has been banned from flying for six months and ordered to pay $4500.
Theatre producer says performing arts is the tool to bring people back into town after the quakes.
Police are hunting for a man, who tried to lure a 10-year-old girl away from her school group at the museum.
Templeton residents are concerned a proposed quarry just 700m from their village could expose them to harmful silica dust.
Beginning Monday is a week for all Kiwis to celebrate te reo Māori and encourages the use of Māori phrases in everyday life.
Richie Mo'unga will start No. 10 against Argentina, and his former high school coach is feeling confident.
For the first time, New Zealand will have a month dedicated to theatre, showcasing home-grown talent.
One man to appear in court today on charges related to raids on stables and propoerties.
Harness racing identity Mark Purdon's stables among those raided, but he says police not interested in him.
Māori and Pasifika works at The Court Theatre keep selling out.
Christchurch Airport brings in a whopping $236 million income in the 2018 financial year.
Nurses are outraged, saying their sexual abuse complaints are being swept under the rug.
Christchurch is celebrating 125 years since the first Indian settlers arrived in Aotearoa with exhibition Mokaa - The Land of Opportunity.
Eight men learn the basics of cooking in a community group