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The Commerce Commission has hit a hurdle in its fight against controversial ticket re-seller Viagogo.
Wakefield business owners are counting the costs after the Nelson-Tasman fire forced them to evacuate and shut up shop.
A Wakefield resident who was evacuated from her property for four days as bush fires burned near the town says she wasn't sure if she'd ever make it home.
As the Nelson-Tasman fire enters its seventh day, a make-shift campsite for evacuated residents and animals is showing no signs of slowing down. Audio
Family members of a teenager killed at an Auckland factory stormed out of the High Court this morning as his co-worker was sentenced to home detention.
The Commerce Commission has told the High Court ticket reselling website Viagogo broke the law by selling tickets to the 2017 British and Irish Lion's tour.
The Commerce Commission is set to make its case against controversial ticket reseller Viagogo at Auckland High Court today.
Police investigating the violent death of a man in his Auckland home say they have linked two previous incidents at his address to his death.
A music camp designed to bring more women into the industry is about to start in the capital.
Auckland's Waitemata Harbour is littered with abandoned boats, with a least one pulled from the water every week.
Joseph Parker's interview about his part in the Roast Busters gang has been described as "re-traumatising victims and an example of rape culture in action". Audio
The Auckland Pride Board has ditched its Pride Parade plans and has replaced the event with a Pride Walk across the city.
Almost 25,000 motorists were asked to get their vehicle WoF rechecked late last year, but just over 4000 have done so.
"Significant" losses of cryptocurrency after a security breach at Christchurch-based trader Cryptopia are under investigation by police.
Junior hospital doctors will strike in two weeks in a bid to get better employment protection.
A flurry of late donations has enabled the Auckland City Mission to hand out hundreds of extra food parcels on the final day of its Christmas drive.
A woman who prostituted her daughter 1000 times has had her jail sentence increased.
A woman who set up a website for people to anonymously share stories of abuse five years ago says it's sad women are still being sexually harassed.
A senior woman lawyer says the industry is changing because of the Me Too movement but not for the right reasons, in the first part of a RNZ series Katie Scotcher looks at how #MeToo gained momentum…
Grace Millane's father and uncle were among hundreds of people gathered at a vigil for the slain British backpacker and other victims of violence in Auckland last night.
A former flatmate of the man accused of murdering 22-year-old British backpacker Grace Millane says she felt uncomfortable living with him and he was a prolific user of online dating sites.
The number of people hospitalised for synthetic cannabis use has almost doubled in the past two years.
Tauranga shop owners say they are relieved the city council's ban on begging has passed its final hurdle. Audio
The Tauranga City Council has narrowly passed a bylaw banning begging and rough sleeping near retail and hospitality premises.
Auckland children with severe and often extremely painful teeth problems are having to wait more than eight months for treatment - double what they should be.