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Air New Zealand has been called "disgraceful" and "discriminatory" after turning away a man from a job because of his tā moko.
More than 500 people across the country have registered to give blood since the Christchurch mosque shootings, saying they want to do what they can to help.
A cyber law professor says the government needs to ramp up its efforts in working with social media platforms to monitor extremist views.
Māngere Bridge locals want to involve the offenders in finding a long-term solution to drunken parties in the Auckland suburb.
Auckland locals are fighting to keep a section of track severely damaged by a storm open, despite a grim assessment from the council.
Building and construction firms fear proposed changes to apprentice training will cause turmoil in their industry.
Seven months after nearly 50 Chinese construction workers were left without jobs, both the company they were supposed to work for and the man who brought them over are blaming each other.
Auckland Council will be lobbying the government to stop the sale of private fireworks after 80 percent of people called for it in consultation last year.
Auckland Transport wants motorists to put lives first when they consider new plans to reduce speeds across 10 percent of the city's roads.
Members of a residents' group living near Auckland's Eden Park say it's time they stood up to the "negativity" about the venue.
The Ministry for Primary Industries has ordered an independent review of its biosecurity systems.
Auckland Council and police have come under intense pressure to finally do something about drunken parties and street racing at a notorious Māngere Bridge hang-out.
The owner of a Devonport fruit store expects to have to dump all her produce because of the Queensland fruit fly lockdown and hasn't even begun to estimate the cost. Audio
A second woman accusing a top Northland detective of sexually assaulting her says she initially thought he was a "hero".
A woman accusing a top Northland detective of sexually assaulting her has denied she took the man to court because of pressure from another complainant.
The lawyer for a top Northland police officer accused of sexual assault says it was consensual and the woman invited him to her house.
A woman who's accused a Northland police officer of sexually assaulting her while investigating crimes against her says the experience was a "nightmare".
The dry summer weather has some in Auckland's outer east clamouring for a main water line.
Tomorrow the country marks nearly 180 years since Te Tiriti o Waitangi was signed, but letters from that era show that some issues for Māori remain the same.
Young musicians are hard at work practising in a week-long programme run by the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra (APO).
A former police negotiator says keeping the man who climbed the tunnel entrance safe for 10 hours is "amazing" because there is usually only a 2-3 hour window before the situation deteriorates.
Forest and Bird says it's ludicrous that the government is putting money towards a study on a large Coromandel marina proposal despite environmental risks.
It is the first time The Spirit of Christmas New Zealand charity has expanded to provide Christmas hampers for solo parents in Waikato.
Environmental groups say there needs to be a complete overhaul of the way government departments treat activists after a scathing report by the States Services Commission on spying. Audio
The Auckland Rugby Union says the death of a four-year-old girl in a rugby scrum machine incident is extremely rare.