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The Mental Health Foundation says language used to describe Jami-Lee Ross' distress is damaging to others with their own mental health troubles. Audio
Police staff have made 29 accident compensation claims for PTSD, mental health or anxiety disorder in the last half-decade but only six have been accepted.
Consumer advocates have produced guides to help stop shoppers paying extra for products that aren't as environmentally friendly as these seem.
The man, who was shot in Wellington while working has now been offered alternative accommodation in a new part of the country but it is away from the Ethiopian community.
It turns out nice penguins do finish last, as two bad boy penguins go flipper to flipper to be dubbed New Zealand's Penguin of the Year.
An international report has stressed the need for changes never seen before, in all aspects of our society, to limit global warming to 1.5°C above pre-industrial averages.
A taxi driver who was shot in Wellington last year has been living in fear and unable to start afresh in a different city. Video
The man who shot a taxi driver in Wellington with a pistol last year has been sentenced to seven years imprisonment.
The government is wanting to know who is applying and receiving public science funding in order to encourage diversity.
The Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment is teaming up with an American company to track small pieces of space junk in low-Earth orbit.
New Zealand researchers are hoping to find out if kumara could promote healthy bacteria in an infant's gut.
Wellington has seen a boom in native bird numbers and other endemic wildlife in recent years but wildlife advocates say with great fauna comes great responsibility.
A mother whose child has type one diabetes is pushing for the government to fund a testing device currently not readily available in New Zealand.
New Zealand scientists are creating a device which could help power aeroplanes using super-conducting magnets.
Teenagers are less fit and weigh more than the previous generation, according to a 40-year study comparing 15-year-olds with their parents at the same age.
Patients paying extra to stay on a brand of antidepressants, are now being told the supply will run out next year.
Thirty-five new inner city apartments will be available in Wellington from mid-2019, but the capital is still short of around 3500 homes, Wellington City Council announced yesterday.
Wellington City Council has unveiled the inner city apartments, which will be part of a new renting model.
Super-cooled liquid clouds are hot on the agenda for climate modelling researchers who want to know more about their impact on climate models.
Damning research into the populations of New Zealand's freshwater species indicate three-quarters are in decline.
An Australian oncologist says there is no reason why New Zealand women with advanced stages of breast cancer should have shorter survival rates and lower quality of life.
Billions of dollars of council assets are at risk from sea level rise, a report from Tonkin and Taylor and Local Government New Zealand shows.
The strong opioid fentanyl has been found in New Zealand's workplace drug testing and wastewater.
Fewer than five months after its launch 65 legal firms, representing 1500 lawyers, have signed up to the Gender Equality Charter.
Last year Pharmac stopped subsidising two brands of antidepressants and replaced them with a cheaper brand.