Fisheries Minister Stuart Nash has rejected a call from the fishing industry to exempt footage gathered on boats from the Official Information Act.
Open-plan workplaces may help spread illness, but isolating workers in single offices is not the answer, a group of workplace strategists says. Audio
Median house prices across the country rose 5.8 percent to $550,000 at the end of 2017, but economists say lending restrictions and political uncertainty have sapped some heat out of the market.
A Golden Bay man spending his first night in his new house says he woke to "termite hell", with his bed, walls and floor covered in hundreds of creepy crawlies. Audio
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The fight to become a more environmentally sustainable nation is a complex issue, New Zealand experts say, and often what we think we're doing to help is actually harming, writes Charlie Dreaver.
As we come into the busiest time of year on the NZ renting calendar, flat-hunters can now connect with people who have rooms available on a new free website and app. Audio
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Rental prices in Wellington for December have risen about $30 since October.
England cricketer Ben Stokes is set to play in next month's tour of New Zealand despite being charged with affray this week.
Australian unionists are protesting outside Fiji's consulate in Sydney today in support of Fijian airport workers locked out of their workplace.
A British minister for loneliness, a project first started by the late MP Jo Cox, has been announced by Downing Street.
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Analysis - After the previous evening's exceptionally warm temperatures, a bit of cloud cover was a welcome relief, writes Jamie Wall.
A semi-final thriller at the ASB Classic fired up an already scorching Auckland evening, while hearts were racing off court too, Jamie Wall writes.
How can you compare a rugby player with a shotputter, or a racing car driver to a kayaker? Yes it's that time again, writes Jamie Wall.
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This week's mixtape selectors are father-and-son duo Jim Scott and Max Scott-Murray, who have a lifelong connection to Wellington's Radio Active 88.6FM. Audio
Students of baroque music from the famed Juilliard School in New York are led by the inspirational baroque specialist Masaaki Suzuki in music by Bach and Handel.
Our favourite local musicians share the song that's their soundtrack to summer. Louis Baker chooses ‘Satan’ by D.D Dumbo. Video, Audio
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