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The newly elected leader of the Samoa First Political Party says she wants to stop the leasing of customary land.
There needs to be more opportunities for smaller Pasifika communities, a Dunedin councillor says.
People wanting to change their birth certificate to reflect their gender identity may soon find it easier under changes recommended by MPs.
Three weeks on from the launch of Wellington's new bus network, some frustrated passengers have given up and reverted back to driving or catching a taxi instead.
A man who had a transplant of bone tissue from a dead person needed psychiatric help afterwards to help him forget the ordeal.
Police have been forced to release footage of an officer tasering a goat 13 times which has led to them changing their taser policy. Video
Huge numbers of Māori are going back to school later in life to learn te reo.
New Zealand banks have been urged to catch up with international trends and offer special low interest loans to people building eco-homes.
It will take up to a year for the forestry industry to find a solution to the amount of wood left over in Gisborne blocks, the Forestry Owners Association says.
Patients caught up in the looming nurse's strikes are facing an uncertain future as DHBs rush to get contingency plans in place.
New Zealand drivers are at risk of losing their free vehicle glass cover.
Salmon prices have leapt after summer stock losses and New Zealand's biggest supplier says it will take years to recover.