The bill that combines RNZ and TVNZ into a new media entity has passed its first reading in Parliament this afternoon.
Holt and partner Josh Tito are thrilled with the arrival of baby Raven.
Wright shared the news on Instagram on Tuesday afternoon.
The former high-ranking National MP and minister is hosting season two of TVNZ’s Give Us A Clue.
It comes as TVNZ launches a review into its recruitment processes, following the abrupt departure of Kamahl Santamaria.
CEO Simon Power said the recruitment policy in place "hasn’t been followed consistently".
TVNZ hasn’t commented on reports that it was after a complaint of inappropriate behaviour.
Jenny-May Clarkson, Matty McLean, and Indira Stewart acknowledged the changes to the show, and thanked viewers for their ongoing support.
Newsroom staff were informed of Santamaria's resignation on Saturday afternoon.
The former TVNZ camerman is being remembered as a "beautiful soul, friend, colleague".
The broadcaster said he was "proud to be part of the team" as he embarks on a new role as TVNZ's chief correspondent.
His role on Breakfast will be taken by Kamahl Santamaria.
The Sunday team recalls what it was like to uncover and share some of New Zealand journalism's biggest stories.
The Government’s been considering whether to merge the public broadcasters.
Kris Faafoi said the new entity will be “built on the best of RNZ and TVNZ, to future-proof public media for New Zealanders for decades to come”.
Former Sunday reporters recall their favourite and most memorable celebrity interview moments.
Born Krystal-Lee, Te Rauhiringa Brown was gifted the name by two people, Te Karere colleague and friend Hania Douglas and longtime friend Ani-Piki Tuari.
Power, who is joining from Westpac, is replacing Kevin Kenrick.
"It just reminds you of so much we've missed," presenter Jenny-May Clarkson reflected.
TVNZ presenter Jenny Suo ensured the day was special for her partner.