The Australasian Antarctic Expedition set off to sail to Antarctica late last year promising to "truly meld science and adventure". Instead, it became trapped on the ice. Veronika Meduna reports for Insight.
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The Road Transport Forum says the sidelining of 40 KiwiRail locomotives because of an asbestos problem will affect nearly every part of the New Zealand economy.
The Auckland doctors treating a seven year-old Japanese girl mauled by four dogs say she will continue to need surgery well into adulthood after more than 100 bites.
The Earthquake Commission says it will pay to lift the foundations in some earthquake-damaged homes in Christchurch - but only when the foundations have been damaged.
The rail workers' union says the asbestos problem that's taken 40 Chinese made locomotives out of service is costing KiwiRail over $3 million a week.
New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra has won the right to keep documents about a compensation case taken by Danone against it out of the public eye.
The organisation which challenged the South Taranaki District Council's decision to add flouride to its water supply says a High Court judge has got it wrong.
New Zealand's cellphone plans are among the cheapest in the developed world, but top-end plans heavy on data use and voice calls are almost triple the cost of those in Australia.
Fonterra milk powder thought to be contaminated by an agrichemical has been destroyed in Sri Lanka.
An organiser of a vintage car racing event says the death of 68-year-old man at the wheel of a 1961 Cooper open-wheel formula car in the Waikato is a tragedy.
A Defence Force mine disposal exercise has turned into the real thing after Navy divers discovered four World War II mines off Auckland's coast.
Legislation which will allow people to be arrested at the border if they refuse to pay back their student loan has passed its final hurdle in Parliament.
The New Zealand Government says it will continue to provide aid to Tonga following Cyclone Ian, which hit the Ha'apai island group in January.
A group of mayors from throughout the country are meeting in Taupo on Monday to discuss their concerns about proposed Super Cities.
Australians are being warned against eating New Zealand's Whitestone Cheese company Windsor blue cheese, which is contaminated with listeria.
An American skipper of a 17-metre vessel on a round-the-world cruise has been fined and ordered to pay reparations after snagging a family's fishing craft and dragging it 30 metres through water on the Waitemata Harbour.
An HIV support group says parliament should catch up with international standards for women's health and approve female condoms.
The Public Service Association is urging the Ministry of Culture and Heritage to reassess its decision to cut the number of staff working on Te Ara, the online New Zealand encyclopedia.