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23 minutes | Jun 22, 2022
Kriddles Roberts: Empowering the west Auckland community
Kriddles Roberts is doing everything she can to help people in need in west Auckland - The Detail heads along to one of her community events.
24 minutes | Jun 21, 2022
Do we need to fear another recession?
It came as a surprise to economists, but GDP fell 0.2 percent in the March quarter - is New Zealand in for another recession?
24 minutes | Jun 20, 2022
Rotorua's emergency housing problem
It's one of our top tourist destinations, but Rotorua locals are worried about the proliferation of city motels being used for emergency housing – with no end in sight.
22 minutes | Jun 19, 2022
The warning you might get before the next big quake
Five seconds warning could be enough to take action to protect yourself in a major shake. Does New Zealand need an earthquake early warning system?
24 minutes | Jun 16, 2022
Mallard's departure and his complicated legacy
Trevor Mallard is calling time on his parliamentary career. What's he achieved as Speaker of the House of Representatives?
23 minutes | Jun 15, 2022
Are big projects doomed to be late and over-budget?
Transmission Gully, the Christchurch stadium, the Waterview Tunnel, the Wellington Town Hall - why do big infrastructure projects take longer and cost more than we expect?
24 minutes | Jun 14, 2022
Are sanctions against Russia working?
It's three months since parliament unanimously passed the Russia Sanctions Act - but are sanctions against Russia over the war in Ukraine actually having an impact?
23 minutes | Jun 13, 2022
Reading the signs: Why literacy rates are falling
We've got vast amounts of knowledge and information available to us at our fingertips - so why are literacy rates steadily declining?
24 minutes | Jun 12, 2022
Pig problems and the debate over farrowing crates
Big changes to the way pigs are farmed are on the cards - is it possible to strike a balance between the views of farmers, vets and consumers?
24 minutes | Jun 9, 2022
How hard is it to lure nurses to New Zealand?
Amid a global shortage of nurses, how does New Zealand lure health staff from overseas to fill our workforce gaps?
20 minutes | Jun 8, 2022
What's behind Christchurch City Council's popularity slump?
Why has the Christchurch City Council's approval rating sunk to 42 percent? The Detail talks to Newsroom's David Williams.
23 minutes | Jun 7, 2022
HIV and the road to zero new infections
The number of people diagnosed with HIV in New Zealand is at its lowest since the 1990s - but what more need to happen to reach the goal of zero new infections by 2025?
24 minutes | Jun 6, 2022
Done deal: Why has NZ Rugby teamed up with Silver Lake?
What does New Zealand Rugby's deal with Silver Lake actually mean for the game? The Detail finds out.
24 minutes | Jun 2, 2022
The Queen's big platinum jubilee bash
The Queen officially celebrates her platinum jubilee this weekend, but does Britain's longest-reigning monarch maintain her relevance and popularity here in New Zealand?
21 minutes | Jun 1, 2022
Lin Lang: A billionaire horse exporter's change in fortunes
How did billionaire Chinese businessman Lin Lang end up exporting thoroughbred horses from New Zealand to China - and why has the lucrative business come to a halt?
21 minutes | May 31, 2022
The fight against mycoplasma bovis
New Zealand's on the brink of eradicating the devastating cattle disease mycoplasma bovis. But has it been worth it?
22 minutes | May 30, 2022
Ardern in the US: Trade, tourism and talk shows
The Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's high-profile trip to the United States is coming to an end. The Detail asks, what's in it for New Zealand, what's in it for the US, and where to next for the relationship?
23 minutes | May 29, 2022
Stop the presses? The rising cost of newsprint
Newsprint shortages, supply chain delays and soaring costs are making life even harder for newspaper publishers in New Zealand.
24 minutes | May 26, 2022
Monkeypox: Do we need to be alarmed?
Monkeypox cases are steadily rising around the world, but do we need to be worried? Infectious diseases experts say the outbreak is cause for concern, but not alarm.
23 minutes | May 25, 2022
Matatā: The town that had to retreat
A massive landslide swamped part of the Bay of Plenty town of Matatā in 2005. Seventeen years on, the managed retreat process is finally coming to an end.
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