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Half of insurance advisors are not meeting their obligations to clients, and they have been put on notice after a review by a financial watchdog.
The tale of a parcel that managed to be delivered to a couple in rural Canterbury - despite not having an address and only vague instructions - has been a hit on social media.
New Zealand needs to have a conversations about the enormous disruption AI will unleash over coming decades, the head of New Zealand's artificial intelligence forum says.
About 1000 vehicles made the trip over the re-opened Takaka Hill Road today, the Transport Agency says.
A new report has ranked New Zealand 12th out of 119 countries in its ability to attract and develop top working talent.
Nearly 100 dedicated road police positions have been cut in the past five years, while the road toll rose 50 percent in the same period.
A logging worker unfairly sacked just months after going off the benefit has been awarded more than $12,000.
The fine weather that has blanketed the South Island will continue today but will soon come to a rapid end with an impending deluge.
Some of the country's largest law firms and their clients are committing to having women take the lead role on at least 30 percent of their major litigation cases.
The Regional Economic Development Minister should focus on creating real work for beneficiaries rather than a work for the dole scheme, the Council of Trade Unions president says. Audio
Employers are being told to make their workplaces safer for older workers, who are among the highest ACC claimants in the country.
More than 34,000 parents took parental leave last year, but of that number only 447 - just a touch over one percent - were fathers.
Peruvian fans in Wellington for the World Cup qualifying match against the All Whites tomorrow have a packed itinerary.
Tough conditions attached to a type of migrant work visa are being blamed for placing too much power in employers' hands, allowing worker exploitation.
A migrant workers group and business are welcoming the planned increase to 110 inspectors in three years.
The Court of Appeal has declined to extend bail for a woman convicted of neglecting her children.
The Defence Force has been dealt a stinging rebuke for refusing to bargain over pay with unionised civilian workers.
Home buyers who have been pre-approved for certain levels of finance are being turned away by banks after making offers as the rise in house values slows.
Two Dunedin city councillors may ask the auditor-general to investigate a $980,000 payout given to the outgoing chief executive of a council-owned power company.
Police and the Automobile Association say road safety comes down to the way people drive, and other tools than speed cameras for reducing risks are more effective.
The Employment Relations Authority has ordered an Auckland security firm to pay a former employee unpaid wages and compensation.
Motel owners, restaurants and a big freight firm are among 70 businesses temporarily banned from hiring migrant workers in the past six months.
Women make up about a quarter of partners at New Zealand's 11 biggest law firms, despite outnumbering male graduates since the 1990s.
Businesses are calling for the Holidays Act to be simplified, saying it's too hard for employers to get their heads around.
Children are being placed with unsuitable families because of a shortage of foster parents, the Ministry for Vulnerable Children has admitted.