The Broadcasting Minister said legislation to introduce a new bargaining scheme was being developed.
Willie Jackson suggested the merger was an "urgent" need for the media sector.
The TVNZ presenter showed off her multiple trees with the help of her three Christmas helpers.
The NZSIS has apologised for unlawfully seizing Hager's phone records after his investigations into NZ's military deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The University of Otago research is among the first to assess how a common, but potentially addictive behaviour, leads to disorders later in life.
There are concerns among public health experts that the change could have serious consequences if it discourages vaccination and other efforts to combat the still-spreading virus.
The government has $40m to spend on the transition of two organisations into one entity, and at least a quarter of that is going to contractors.
Twitter’s automated reporting function didn’t pick up the content as harmful.
It was the first in-person ceremony for the NZTV Awards since 2020.
One of the largest digitisation projects of its kind is set to preserve nearly half-a-million Kiwi film and audio files.
SIXTY60 OR WHATEVER t-shirts have just been introduced by the band after Sky News Australia host Rowan Dean's unfortunate comments.
Alex Antic took issue with an episode of a children's TV show featuring a drag queen.
Rowan Dean declined to apologise over his comments about the band's use of te reo Māori on its tour posters, instead inviting Six60 to appear on his show.
Rowan Dean complained a tour poster didn't have "a word of English anywhere in there".
1News' Logan Church looks at a wild first week at Twitter under Musk's leadership.
Social media influencers Topher Richwhite and Bridget Thackwray have been released after several months detention in the country.
The Duchess discussed the issue with Issa Rae on her Archetypes podcast series.
Tim Gough, 55, was an hour into GenX Radio Suffolk's breakfast show when the music stopped halfway through.
State-run RT says the comments made by Anton Krasovsky are "disgusting".
It's World Sight Day, and the service that provides audio descriptions for 7% of New Zealanders is being celebrated.