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Auckland Council is investigating the circumstances of a cattle attack in a park at the weekend.
New Zealanders being held in Australian detention centres will get the chance to share their stories live on-screen at an international art fair from tomorrow.
An Australian parliamentary committee into immigration detention of New Zealanders has been told they are suffering disproportionately.
A Rotorua night shelter forced to close its doors at the weekend will re-open despite having no consent because too many people need the service.
There are fears the number of people drowning at New Zealand beaches will rise if more is not done to raise awareness of the dangers.
The eldest child of the Burmese couple who died while fishing on rocks yesterday says her parents loved the outdoors. Audio
A safety campaign to help people whose dates go horribly wrong has launched in Sydney - and there are calls to bring it across the ditch.
The Minister for Women is challenging the private sector to match the government's commitment for women to make up half of all state-sector boards and committees by 2021.
The woman who led hundreds of students in a march to law firm Russell McVeagh's Wellington office earlier this year says a high level review has further eased fears over speaking out. Audio
A scathing report on sexual harassment claims at embattled law firm Russell McVeagh will be released today.
A Fijian lawyer who has worked in the industry for almost 20 years says every day she faces some form of racism.
There are calls to rethink the way dairies are designed to keep owners safer in the wake of another attack on an Auckland shop.
The Prime Minister is blown away by her new science advisor's achievements and experience, she says, and hopes she will inspire more women to enter the field.
The owners of a Northland hotel are standing by their claims that a woman left her baby outside their venue while she gambled, the couple's lawyer says.
A Northland marae was not told about a hui being held to discuss plans to build the country's biggest chicken farm on neighbouring land.
Some South Auckland residents have been caught out by Auckland Council's decision to introduce a fuel tax - saying it's come as a total surprise.
All Blacks' fans are being offered a closer look inside the locker room and the lives of the team - but they'll have to pay for it.
The Counties Manukau DHB will extend hours in some departments as part of its response to a staffing crisis at Middlemore hospital.
Facial recognition technology is being trialled in some gaming venues to help identify problem gamblers.
Organic producers, importers and consumers have met with the Ministry for Primary Industries in Wellington to discuss whether New Zealand is in need of a national standard for organic products.
Law firms across the country have signed a Gender Equality Charter aimed at tackling the under-representation of women in senior firm positions.
Owners of commercial buildings with conflicting engineering reports about their properties' earthquake risk now have a solution - but it comes at a price.
A coroner has found an electric blanket, which was more than 40 years old, sparked the fire which killed a retired Thames man.
People living in a quake-prone Lower Hutt apartment building will have to find new homes following their landlords' conviction for failing to carry out urgent strengthening work.
New Zealand retailers are hailing the government's move to impose GST on goods bought from overseas websites, but not everyone is happy about the change. Audio