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The motor industry has been flat-tack since the government announced a compulsory recall for faulty Takata airbags just over two weeks ago.
Five sites in Wellington are being considered for a new, bigger and better indoor events centre by the Wellington Regional Economic Development Agency.
A hundred workers have been brought in from the Philippines to work on Wellington's huge Transmission Gully roading project, infuriating unions who insist there are locals who can do the job.
There is no evidence the Environmental Protection Authority lacked information when it approved mining off the south Taranaki coast, the High Court has been told.
More children than ever are staying on at pre-school after they've turned five, Ministry of Education data shows.
The decision to allow ironsands mining off the coast of South Taranaki is a world-first, groups who oppose the plan say.
A charity working with financially vulnerable people is now able to offer them interest-free loans.
Several hundred people were forced to evacuate a 13-floor office building in Wellington's CBD yesterday afternoon, despite being told the day before that it was safe to occupy.
The Wellington City Council has defended an almost $100,000 bill forked out for a banquet to entertain Chinese VIPs last year.
The government has launched a compulsory recall of vehicles with Alpha-type Takata airbags.
A Canterbury bus company has narrowly avoided losing its operating licence after concerns were raised about the safety of its vehicles.
Vegans and vegetarians are working together to have a vegan tick of approval up and running within the next few months.
A serious collision between a drone and an aircraft is imminent if drone regulation is not enforced soon, the Air Line Pilots' Association is warning.
First Person - Within minutes, a private investigator knew where Emma Hatton lives, her partner's name and occupation, and information about her children.
After a decade of sunbed operators flouting rules endangering customers, Consumer New Zealand says it's time for tanning beds to be banned.
A report shows some areas in New Zealand are still losing wetland areas, despite 90 percent of the country's natural wetlands already being wiped out.
Driver lobby groups say the government's road funding kitty will be severely depleted in coming years as more electric and fuel-efficient cars hit the road.
"Unusually low" mortgage rates will be the new normal after predictions they would rise over the last year fell flat, an economist says.
Gang violence mediators say a Mongrel Mob-themed game is 'bloody stupid', but its maker says he was just taking advantage of a gap in the market.
A new gang-violence game is being described as a "comical time-waster" by its makers, but others don't think it's so funny.
A Queenstown woman is petitioning the mayor to take action on campers leaving rubbish and faeces behind at popular holiday spots.
The recently completed Flagship Education Centre on Auckland's waterfront has earned its makers a world-class environmental award.
Almost two-thirds of pre-schoolers are drinking full-fat milk, despite Ministry of Health recommendations to drink the low-fat option.
Hardware giant Mitre 10 has confirmed they are reviewing the sale of some pesticides after concerns they contain a chemical harmful to bees.
Bee experts say the ban will garner good publicity for Bunnings but is unlikely to have much effect.