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Two people were hit by pellets after an armed robber fired a shot at the floor at a Whakatane berry farm and cafe.
The Department has not followed through with promises to improve support for LGBTQI prisoners, parade organisers say.
New Zealand Breakers player Akil Mitchell, who suffered an horrific eye injury during last night's game, says it's a miracle he did not lose his sight. Video
A Tauranga 18-year-old says he would be "pretty gutted" but would "take it on the chin" if he was charged over his luge ride down the Kaimai Ranges. Video
About 40 protesters have gathered at the property of an Auckland state house tenant fighting to stay in her home of 20 years.
Pulling a mother and her three daughters from a burning car has led to a prestigious international award for a New Zealand man.
Offers of help are pouring in for people affected by a fire south of Whitianga which destroyed a commune and several homes.
The building industry is set to trial a more flexible way of training apprentices in an effort to fill the growing gap in skilled workers.
Public support is helping to ease the pain of the students who survived a fatal Christmas Eve bus crash crash, one of the tour's organisers says.
For the 600 volunteers helping out with the Auckland City Mission's Christmas lunch today, getting the chance to give something back makes it the happiest day of the year.
Joshua, his wife and their two young children are among hundreds seeking help from the Auckland City Mission. Video
Pooling construction workers with Australia could help the New Zealand industry's problem with boom or bust cycles, a new report has found.
Many locals in Ngaruawahia appear to be welcoming a gang's crackdown on meth dealers, although some wonder what will come next. Video
A district health board member is joining calls for a national inquiry into mental health services, following questions about Ross Bremner's care. Audio
Auckland Council is urging those who have not voted yet to get in quick and do it this morning.
Residents of Otorohanga are 'devastated' by a horrific knife attack in the small town and are trying to come to terms with what happened.
The Property Council plans to join the legal fight against an appeal of part of Auckland's Unitary Plan, which threatens to delay some housing developments.
Laws designed to keep New Zealand clean and green have failed, both environmentalists and developers say.
Corrections has little chance of defending inmates' claims for compensation for unlawful imprisonment, a leading human rights lawyer says.
Children as young as five are among a growing number of people visiting optometrists with eye problems from excessive screen use.
Auckland home owners don't feel like millionaires despite the average home value topping seven figures for the first time. Video
More than 1300 Auckland teaching staff have voiced their concerns about proposed funding changes to the education sector. Audio
Red Cross says it will talk to civil defence branches after people complained they were not given enough information through their disaster app.
The insurance industry could move to avoid paying out for substandard steel mesh being used in homes, a lawyer has warned homeowners.
Moves to get Auckland Council staff on to the living wage have been reopened with mayoral hopeful Phil Goff pledging he'll give it a shot.