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The treatment of New Zealanders in Australia will be discussed when politicians from the two countries meet next year, the Minister of Justice says.
A New Zealand mother forced back to Australia under the Hague Convention is unable to return home while in a child custody battle - even though her former partner has done.
The Automobile Association says more than one of its sites is being investigated regarding its certification of newly-imported vehicles.
It took two years and more than $300,000 in legal fees for a Kiwi domestic violence survivor to win the right to keep her kids in New Zealand.
A heavily-pregnant woman whose child has been ordered back to Australia under a child abduction treaty believes her rights are being breached.
New Zealand Transport Agency is safety testing the Nissan Leaf this week amid concerns its electric braking system could be failing.
New Zealand women fleeing domestic violence in Australia are being forced back across the ditch under an international child abduction agreement.
Hawke's Bay and Gisborne residents are among the most likely to be killed by a gun in New Zealand.
The Regional Economic Development Minister is promising new economic opportunities for Manawatū-Whanganui and faster internet for the regions nationwide.
The trend of unboxing surprise presents is setting the tone for Christmas toys in 2018.
Bunnings Warehouse is suggesting community groups running charity sausage sizzles order their ingredients more safely.
Pilots want the laws around drone use beefed up by the government as they wait for new technology to make the aircrafts safer.
Grey Power want the SuperGold Card to be upgraded to a smartcard and an official form of identification, a move it believes will prevent fraud.
Teenagers are not the only ones using fake IDs to appear a little older, the SuperGold Card is being used fraudulently by people who are not yet eligible for superannuation.
Police officers say they want better access to weapons and more modern bullet-proof vests to protect their safety in high risk situations.
The workers in a Lower Hutt suburb are angry after asbestos, exposed when a fire ripped through a building, was found on their cars.
Wellington City Council is urging pedestrians to complain if they have issues with slippery footpaths.
Kim Dotcom's legal fight to have the government release information it holds on him has reached the High Court.
The government may have to step in to fix Wellington's troubled bus network, says Labour MP Paul Eagle.
Consistently low-rating Uber users in Australia and New Zealand could soon be banned if they do not comply with updated guidelines.
The Minister of Health says a $90 million IT system developed for District Health Boards may be ditched because it is not delivering.
A Wellington family has taken a novel approach to getting on the property ladder by placing an ad in a newspaper seeking private sellers.
Shane Jones has the backing of rural communities to change banking licenses, forcing banks to retain a rural presence. Audio
Some Wellington commuters left stranded by bus network changes have been given free Uber rides paid for by the Greater Wellington Regional Council.
A woman has expressed gratitude to two firefighters, who have been awarded for bravery, after saving her life during a dramatic cliff fall rescue operation.