Medical students who have already hit the eight-year borrowing limit on their student loans will have to find another way to pay their fees next year.
Auckland Council will slash its travel budget by 30 percent and freeze staff levels.
More than a third of senior doctors and dentists working in public health say they've been bullied at work, and two-thirds have seen others being bullied.
Jefferie Hill would be 52 years old today - but when his mother last saw him he was just a toddler. He went outside to play and was never to be seen again. What happened to him?
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Sex Pistols bassist Glen Matlock co-wrote most of the songs on the punk band's iconic album Never Mind the Bollocks. He's in the country for a couple of acoustic shows. Video, Audio
Director Simon Curtis says he was a bit nervous taking on Winnie the Pooh in the new film Goodbye Christopher Robin, but the 1926 story is just as beloved today. Video, Audio
Your relationships are the laboratory in which to find out, a mental health counsellor says. Audio
Figures reveal how often teachers are physically restraining students, following the first three months of new rules for reporting the incidents.
The government says it's unfair to say the head of its tax working group, Sir Michael Cullen, will just toe the party line.
12 New Zealand weightlifters have been named for the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in April, with two of them set to make history.
New Caledonia's Congress has formally approved a plan to change the law on voter eligibility for next year's independence referendum.
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