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A Wellington property developer has come to the rescue of students struggling to find short-term accommodation.
The Defence Force is spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to soften its stance towards punishment in cases of drug and alcohol abuse in the military.
The Defence Ministry says it won't be long before a road map - outlining the future needs of the military - will be released.
A bee company is taking matters into its own hands to make sure queen bees are arriving to customers alive and well after a number died while being couriered.
Police are promising a round the clock presence in the Lower Hutt suburb of Stokes Valley until they establish who was involved in a brawl at a local park yesterday.
The worker received serious head and leg injuries after being pinned between a car and a wall yesterday.
It was the street that brought the Lord of the Rings premieres to life about two decades ago, but now Wellington's Courtenay Place leaves a gap for movie buffs.
Tenants at a movie complex in central Wellington are still waiting to find out how long the building will be out of action.
Investors and KiwiSavers are being warned there could be more volatility on the markets in the New Year.
It's going to be a white Christmas for some Defence Force troops serving overseas this year.
A bee farmer is demanding compensation from New Zealand Post after queen bees were "cooked" while being couriered.
A difficult life-changing injury is not holding back a former territorial soldier from a passion of painting. Video
Hot dry weather has brought the crowds out in force for the biggest day of the year for harness racing.
Prince Harry could get the nod to represent New Zealand's youngest military cadets.
Police arrested 10 people after hundreds of angry protesters gathered in Palmerston North this morning to rail against what they describe as a weapons expo.
New Zealand troops leave today for what could be the final on-the-ground mission in Iraq.
Frustration is building in the disability community over able-bodied people using mobility car parks and that they are poorly designed.
Online bullying comes with a massive financial burden of $444 million a year, a new report has found. Audio
The Royal New Zealand Air Force is training fewer pilots because a key part of its planes need to be replaced.
The public is being asked to vote in the annual Bird of the Year contest and help raise awareness of our natives' plight.
Harrowing stories of stress and anxiety have been by shared by students at the first of a series of mental health hui being run by the Green MP Chloe Swarbrick.
Frustrations have "boiled over" after a long-running dispute over pay and conditions for hospital anaesthetic technicians.
It's home to the country's biggest beehive and cake-tin, and now, for the first time, Wellington has been named the country's best place to visit.
Twenty unused light armoured vehicles are getting the red carpet treatment in an old shed in the heart of the Trentham Military Camp.
Fresh graffiti that takes aim at the Defence Force has appeared on Wellington's streets.