‘Pretty crazy time’: Royal way Melissa Chan-Green found out she was pregnant

The AM house and experienced Palace reporter discovered she was expecting her second child just as the biggest story of her career was breaking. Photo / Jae Frew Woman’s Day banner. Melissa Chan-Green had been preparing for months to deliver a lengthy live broadcast when news broke that the Queen had died. The A.M co-host … Read more

Baby A death: Kiwi nurse Georgina Melody criticized by mother’s lawyer

Questions about whether more could’ve been done to prevent dairy worker killing, Black Friday is officially here and police ask for help in the search for a Kāpiti woman in the latest New Zealand Herald headlines. Video / NZ Herald A Kiwi nurse at the center of a probe into the death of a newborn … Read more

‘Really taking in the beauty of the place’: Jack Johnson’s secret Kiwi itinerary revealed

Jack Johnson is returning to New Zealand for the first time in five years and he’s pretty excited. Photo / Supplied It’s been a while since Jack Johnson last visited New Zealand. Five years to be precise, but as the saying goes, absence – or in this case time, makes the heart grow fonder. When … Read more

10 Extraordinary NZ Restaurants To Book For Now, According To The Viva Team

Auckland might have some of the best restaurants in the world, which Viva has been celebrating this week with the launch of Auckland’s Top 50 Restaurants for 2022, judged by dining out editor Jesse Mulligan and @Eatlitfood’s Albert Cho, but there are many more that deserve your attention, and your hard-earned dollars. From a family-owned … Read more

Foul messages from photographer revealed after newlyweds’ heartbreak

A wedding photographer is refusing to give the couple their photos. Photo / 123RF What was meant to be the best day of their lives has been permanently tarnished for Queensland newlyweds Natasha and Ryan, who may never see the only photos taken on their wedding day. They paid Flawless Photography, operated by Rikky-Leigh Johnson, … Read more

Social worker falsified forms for food parcels meant for hungry families, ordered to pay $20k

The food parcels never made it to the intended clients. Photo / 123rf A social worker who used other people’s names to sign up for food parcels and supermarket vouchers meant for struggling families has been censured for her conduct and ordered to pay $20,000. Jacqui Wastney was working for VisionWest in Christchurch at the … Read more