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Staff at Te Papa are shocked by a proposal to restructure the national museum again. Audio
A young Wellington woman with chronic pain is worried how she'll get to university when bus routes change dramatically next week.
A tiny town in South Taranaki is still coming to terms with losing four of its residents in a head-on collision.
The Wellington City Council is calling on the government to urgently reinstate rent subsidies for people living in the city's social housing.
More money is the only thing that will stop a planned nurses strike from going ahead, their union says.
The Kāpiti Coast District Council is considering subsidising an airline wanting to provide flights to Auckland.
A 12-year-old girl with disabilities had her transport to school cut off for weeks due to delays from the Ministry of Education. Video
More people are having problems paying for power than three years ago, Consumer New Zealand has found.
The national umbrella group for local councils wants the government to prioritise community safety over the alcohol industry, with tighter liquor laws.
The New Zealand government needs to do more on climate change, a new report says.
Wairarapa residents living in flood-prone areas are confused and angry about a proposal to change the way they pay for flood protection.
A Wellington city councillor has been criticised for being heavy-handed in her efforts to rid the city of sexual assault.
A new Chinese embassy building will be built on a hectare of land in Wellington's Mt Cook.
Road works on a street in Petone, Lower Hutt, cut 65 percent of a businessman's profits over three weeks making it hard for him to feed his family, he says.
Work is already well under way to reduce pollution from farms going into waterways, farmers say.
A lawyer who says she was raped by a senior male colleague while summer clerking, is telling her story to encourage others to come forward.
As the Wahine floundered in Wellington harbour, a young soldier went to help survivors as they swept into Seatoun on lifeboats. He recently tried to track down a boy he saved.
The Manawatu-Wanganui regional council is expecting controversy after asking locals if they want to add an 'h' to the spelling of its name.
Green is the new yellow for Wellington buses, with the first batch of new buses for Wellington's streets arriving from the UK.
Wellington bus drivers are already embroiled in a legal fight with their new boss over pay and conditions.
Pāua divers are asking for human safety to be considered when it comes to shark cage diving. Video
Kāpiti Coast District Council plans to talk to airlines about expanding services beyond the Auckland to Kāpiti route that needs replacing when Air NZ pulls out.
Freedom campers say New Zealand is 'made for' people like them, as authorities face up to an issue they agree has reached crisis point.
Wellington City council has moved to widen a proposed bed tax, as it looks for ways to fund economic and tourism growth in the city while keeping rates down.
Sub-contractors weren't following health-and-safety regulations when a man was killed by a lift he was fixing in a Wellington building, a coroner has been told.