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The diary of a World War I veteran will be returned to New Zealand after 40 years of campaigning by his family.
More employers are getting the green light to bring in skilled migrants, bypassing previous requirements to seek New Zealanders first.
The mother of the former police officer who was twice cleared of sex charges and now wants to become a lawyer left the court in tears during testimony today.
Several school trips to Greymouth have ended in vomiting and diarrhoea for some students after a suspected outbreak of norovirus.
Aucklanders earning less than six figures are unlikely to be able to buy one of the government's KiwiBuild homes.
The Commerce Commission has begun an investigation into the clothing brand after complaints it mislabelled T-shirts as being made in New Zealand.
Former United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says warnings about Chinese efforts to gain political influence in New Zealand and Australia must be taken seriously.
More than 150 building owners have opted to shell out thousands of dollars in a bid to reconsider new earthquake ratings in Auckland.
A small tornado has caused damage to a coastal suburb in New Plymouth, while tens of thousands of Aucklanders face another cold night without power.
The student who was 'a lover of life' and 'adored NZ rugby' will be remembered when his French and New Zealand friends meet for a game this month.
The extent of the Counties Manukau District Health Board's building woes is even worse than first thought.
It's been a year since robbers ram raided an Auckland Auctioneers and fled with two valuable paintings by artist Gottfried Lindauer.
A drone has flown within five metres of an Air New Zealand international flight landing at Auckland Airport.
But the Crown has challenged many of the claims by a former Air Force staffer, who says she resigned after complaining about abuse by her superior.
A former Air Force staffer lived in constant fear of a Sergeant known as "Groper Roper", she says, and nothing was done despite numerous complaints.
A man who was sexually abused by a Catholic brother when he was six says a 33-year-jail sentence for the paedophile is not long enough.
The apple industry is concerned worker shortages are being exacerbated just as fruit is ripe for the picking, with many Tongans held up by Cyclone Gita.
Farmers in the eastern Bay of Plenty are bracing for more bad weather next week after torrential rain on Monday caused some rivers to overflow their banks. Video
A Dunedin forensics company is partnering up with major American cotton producers as brands try to avoid the taint of the slave trade.
Auckland Council is spending an extra $200,000 on new measures to crack down on 'fly tipping'.
More than 100 people have braved Auckland's bad weather to protest against the possible closure of charter schools.
An HIV positive man convicted for not taking precautions and infecting his partner has had his jail sentence reduced.
An Auckland company says it could have provided the workers needed to complete Auckland's Park Hyatt luxury hotel, and was approached, but not given a chance to tender.
Up to 200 tradespeople from China will be flown in to complete a high-end Auckland hotel.
Auckland Council's tourism body has been left red-faced after promoting a Waitakere ranges track on social media despite a rāhui in place for the area.