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An independent report into the Rotorua deluge found heavy rain was only one of the reasons for the flooding.
A travel agent says the one-day strike of Air New Zealand staff just before Christmas would be almost unprecedented.
Nearly 50 Chinese construction workers are asking the government to hold to account a man they believe has conned them of tens of thousands of dollars.
A grassroots Christmas card movement is hoping to send 100,000 handmade cards to people who are alone this holiday season.
Illegal or poorly maintained private sewage and stormwater pipes are being blamed for the large amount of human waste polluting Auckland beaches.
Electric mopeds are the latest ride-sharing service to hit Auckland. Electric mopeds are the latest ride-sharing service to hit Auckland. The start-up company Kwikli launched ten mopeds as a pilot...
Blue light emitted from your phone at night could be keeping you up and preventing your body's ability to heal itself.
Stricter safety rules are being brought into an Auckland charity boxing match today following the death of a boxer in Christchurch from serious brain injuries.
Doctors and emergency departments are on alert for a rare strain of meningococcal disease that has killed six people this year.
Workers plagued by emails outside of normal hours say 2degrees' new digital switch-off for staff does not go far enough.
An Auckland school that had to close one of its classes this year because it couldn't find a teacher could be forced to do it again next year.
A South Auckland woman who spends $200 a week driving her grandchildren to school is among thousands boycotting petrol stations today. Video
Allegations that an on call doctor wanted to finish his dessert before going to hospital to treat a critically ill young man have surfaced from the anonymous letter that reopened an inquest.
A mother who pimped out her daughter for sex as often as five times a day should have been given a harsher sentence, says Deputy Solicitor-General Brendan Horsley.
The High Commissioner of India in NZ says he's deeply disappointed to hear Jami-Lee Ross and Simon Bridges say Chinese MPs are more valuable than Indian MPs.
An Auckland church providing housing for the homeless for more than a decade has had an influx of people dealing with poor mental health.
Construction firms are being urged to take on more women and people from different ethnic backgrounds as apprentices to tackle a labour shortage.
Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters has labelled harness racing an "old man's sport" and says it needs younger people and women to make it great again.
An advocacy group wants all state housing tenants to be exempt from proving they deserve to continue living in their homes.
A new $114 million pay settlement could ease Oranga Tamariki's struggle to hire and keep staff.
Wellington Women Lawyers' Association is bitterly disappointed that law firm Russell McVeagh is once again at the heart of a misconduct scandal.
It is Chinese Language Week and younger people around New Zealand are taking up Mandarin in record numbers.
The Professional Firefighters' Union says Auckland doesn't have enough specialist firefighting trucks to keep people in high-rise buildings safe.
Ninety gold miners are walking off the job in Waihi tonight in a bid for more pay from their employer, OceanaGold.
Hospitals are imploring the public to only use the emergency department if they are seriously ill with record numbers in the last week.