Imagine a rural community where fresh milk is kept cool in the shade and electricity is non-existent.
The slower car speeds hasn’t seen more people go into the CBD. If anything, it’s seeing less, writes Rodney Hide.
Grant Robertson, who cancelled National's planned tax cuts, accepted Richardson's generous offer.
The text was sent after media coverage of Immigration Minister Iain-Lees Galloway's original decision.
"I am so sorry guys, I am sorry everyone else who is crying."
She said changing the law will create "big legal arguments" about under what circumstances police can and can't prosecute.
Men need to make the world safer for women, which may mean confronting their friends, says Mark Longley.
A man with Down syndrome argued that people with his condition won't typically live beyond the withdrawal age of 65.
Shane Jones has been compared to notorious Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar by National MP Paul Goldsmith.
Mark Richardson told the other hosts he feels he needs to defend men, particularly in the past week.
If you missed The Long Lunch today with Carly Flynn you can listen back to the interviews here from Tuesday, December 11th 2018.
Over 40,000 Air New Zealand customers could be affected if the strike on December 21 goes forward.
A medicinal cannabis campaigner has slammed the Coalition Government's Bill on the medicine as weak.
Social media users and bloggers are being warned of the consequences of breaching a name suppression order.
There's been a backlash to the decision to grant interim name suppression to the man accused of murdering British backpacker Grace Millane.
If you missed The Long Lunch today, listen back to the interviews with Carly Flynn from Monday December 10th, 2018.
In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Carly Flynn for Saturday, 8th December.
Over 35,000 New Zealanders used KiwiSaver to buy their first home this year, up 250 percent from 2015.
"We're doing a lot more with a lot less and the land is totally different."
It says more about the attitude of the boycotting schools than it does about St Kents., argues Rodney Hide.
Organic products made in New Zealand will soon be defined by a mandatory national standard.
Almost a thousand employees, including hundreds of engineers and logistics workers, may strike on December 21.
If you missed The Long Lunch today with Lynda Hallinan, you can listen back to the interviews here from Friday December 7th, 2018.
The poacher was already considered a recidivist offender.
The Government has come under fire for quietly scrapping plans for seven regional stations to be manned 24/7.
Judith Collins said she wouldn't comment further on accusations of bias against Mr Mallard.
"It's so small that we've all decided that using our phone is worth the fine."
Missed The Long Lunch with Lynda Hallinan? Don't panic - listen now to the best bits from Thursday, 6 December 2018.
Craft beer enthusiasts can now earn New Zealand's first ever tertiary qualification for commercial brewing.