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A group of vandals has smashed three shop fronts in an early morning rampage in the Auckland suburb of Mangere Bridge. Audio
All state schools must stop asking for donations from families applying for out-of-zone places, the Ministry of Education says.
The Ministry of Education has pulled the isolated religious community's school from a private school scholarship list, saying it was a mistake to include it.
Mental health among young Pacific people needs urgent attention from the government, youth parliament representatives say.
Parents, teachers and social workers have met to seek advice on how to deal with the topic of suicide following the release of controversial Netflix show 13 Reasons Why.
A hundred Pacific young people will get the chance to discuss problems they face and find solutions when the Pacific Youth Parliament session begins today.
Kaitaia needs more local Māori wardens and Māori Women's Welfare League, not a 24/7 police base, the head of a Northland Trust says.
Distraught family members of a woman who died of typhoid say they found out from the media she had the disease. Audio
The Human Rights Commission is being accused of being ignorant and offensive in its attempts to get more Pacific Island people to complain about racial discrimination.
Five kiwi have been released into Auckland's Hunua Ranges now that the area is largely predator-free - the first time they've been there in 50 years.
A New Zealand couple and their young children in Townsville have tied everything down and taped their windows as they brace for the storm. Video
An Auckland councillor wants the Pasifika Festival held in the heart of the Pacific community, rather than the central city.
A small community near Taupo - where a house fire killed a mother, her baby and a man - have set up a home for the two survivors.
Three Auckland girls who lost cousins in car crashes are raising awareness about road safety in their Niuean tongue.
Ngāti Whātua Ōrakei Trust will appeal a High Court judgement that upheld a decision for two other iwi to purchase Crown land in Auckland as part of their treaty settlements.
About 156 New Zealand school pools closed in the last five years - and 130 more are at risk, Water Safety says. Audio
Experts are stumped as to what the bright lights seen in the sky last night could have been.
A group of students who are on the verge of being deported say they will continue to fight their case once they're back in India. Video
Former All Black, brother, son and father Sione Lauaki has been farewelled by about 1500 people at Unlimited Church in West Auckland today.
Any police officer who shoots a firearm will now be subject to mandatory blood testing, a move the Police Association says is 'invasive'.
There is no need to create hate crime laws and the focus should be on creating more resilient communities, says a Muslim community development lawyer.
One of the women affected by the 'unfortunate experiment' at National Women's Hospital said an apology was "moving" but "doesn't make you forget".
The Prime Minister says there were no fireworks when he took a highly anticipated phone call from US president Donald Trump this morning.
A cruise ship bound for the Bay of Islands rescued six fisherman, who had not had water for three days, from their boat.
Indicators for hospitals' treatment of stroke patients have improved and in some cases the national targets are being exceeded.