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Police are spending less on informants and the Labour Party wants to know why.
Drug testing is not the only reason there's a skills shortage in the building industry, the head of a scaffolding company says.
Government officials have raised fresh concerns about rodeos, including suggesting the calf-roping event be banned.
A police officer who pursued a fleeing motorist in a dramatic chase along Wellington's waterfront will escape conviction.
The swift fall from grace of a former Tauranga lawyer who embezzled thousands of dollars from his clients has been revealed.
A tramper who found a woman who was missing since before Christmas says she was exhausted and disorientated.
Chlorine has been added to the city's water supply while the water network is tested for contamination.
The American billionaire Peter Thiel more than tripled his investments with a Government-funded partner, which itself returned close to nothing.
Police are appealing against a judge's decision to dismiss a charge against a man accused of causing harm to his wife by posting semi-nude photos of her on Facebook.
A health promoter has won an unfair dismissal case against the Waikato District Health Board after it asked her to start commuting three hours every day.
Three in four primary school principals work more than 51 hours per week, feel stressed and cannot balance work with family life, a survey has found.
Companies should be more transparent when it comes to cultural diversity at the highest level, a prominent employment lawyer says.
A list of the 45 listed companies without any female directors in 2016 contains some of the biggest names in New Zealand business.
The sister of Kiwi victim Paul Weeks refuses to give up hope, despite authorities suspending the search for the plane.
A third of companies on the stock exchange's main board have no woman directors, further investigation shows.
Repairs are coming for the two earthquake-damaged cranes, but it will be months before container operations resume.
With only 17 percent of company directors being women, a governance boss says it's time quotas stopped being a "dirty word". Audio
It was deja-vu last month for Kaikōura Cheese owners Daniel and Sarah Jenkins, who moved to the coastal town after the Canterbury earthquakes. Video
Karana Barker and her four children lost their house in the earthquake but their pet goat, Billy, is "doing fine". Video
The Labour Party is calling on the government to change the law so that compensation for people abused in state care does not affect benefit payments.
A man who was abused in state care says he can't save his compensation for himself or his children because his welfare payments will be cut.
A survey has found most people in the public sector value and enjoy their work, but most think they are underpaid.
A woman who was violently abused as a baby is appealing an ACC decision not to give her cover because she has no memory of what happened.
Takahanga Marae served its last communal meal last night, having kept thousands of quake-weary people in Kaikoura well-fed over the past week.
First Person - Max Towle was in Christchurch when the 2011 quake hit. He knows first-hand that Kiwis are a resilient lot, but they still need help.