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The atmosphere at Waikato Stadium is electric with Tongan and Samoan supporters cheering and singing side-by-side as the two Pacific teams' clash.
A machine operator in Auckland will now get back surgery through the public health system after RNZ asked about his treatment.
Fans of Tongan rugby league have descended on Ōtāhuhu in a sea of red and white, hoping to get last-minute autographs before the national team heads south to Hamilton for their next game against Toa… Audio
A critic of the Trans Pacific Partnership says Labour has softened its stance on a provision to allow foreign investors to sue governments.
About 60 South Auckland students who graduated from a work skills programme last night are hoping to fill skill shortages in the country's largest city.
Victims of a $5.4 million Ponzi scheme say they're embarrassed their so-called friend fleeced them of their money.
The government explored increasing fuel taxes to pay for roading projects, despite criticising Labour's plan for a 10 cent regional fuel tax, official documents show
Putting a child in a cell and placing them in danger should not be acceptable, the Children's Commissioner says.
The police are still looking for the three men involved in the drive-by shooting in South Auckland where two shots were fired, injuring three.
A baby girl with broken bones who barely survived her injuries is an extreme case of child abuse, but not an unusual one, social workers say. Audio
Aucklanders have been urged to stop fishing at the Panmure Basin so the local pied shag population can be replenished.
A worker who paid his employer thousands of dollars to try to get residency says he wants to help expose widespread exploitation.
The theme was 'a night out with the stars' at a South Auckland school which made its ball more affordable so it didn't cost families the earth.
Two Tongan children have arrived in Auckland to help build the momentum of this year's Tonga Language Week.
Today marks the start of Tonga Language Week, celebrating the ethnicity of more than 60,000 islanders living in New Zealand.
All Black great Colin Meads will be laid to rest today in Te Kuiti, after one last beer with his friends on Sunday.
Two NRL senior managers are coordinating an official complaint after a video that appeared to ridicule Pacific Island names aired on Australian TV. Video
Principals of poorer schools are being assured a cash bonus for all new graduates taking jobs in the city won't make it harder to attract staff. Audio
General elections are like "voting for a park I'm probably never going to play in", Year 13 student PJ Gabriel says. Audio
Nearly 1100 students need urgent psychological help after having to deal with murder, drugs, alcohol, and poverty at home, Northland principals say.
An Ōtara local board member is accusing a security guard hired for a conference at SkyCity of racism, after he tried to stop her going into the building. Audio
Kauri could be wiped out from the Waitakere Ranges within the next 20 years if the Ministry for Primary Industries doesn't take urgent action, an Auckland community group is warning.
Port Hills locals are furious one of two massive Christchurch fires was suspicious and want anyone found responsible to be punished.
The Eating Disorder Association is preparing for an influx of people reaching out for help with today's release of the Netflix film, To the Bone.
High power bills are hitting renters more than home owners, and many people are skimping on heating during winter to save money, a survey suggests. Audio