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An industry training organisation is filing a judicial review over the "inadequate, hasty" consultation on tertiary reforms.
A desperate woman who rang Lifeline for help was kept waiting for half an hour before she eventually hung up.
Opponents of voluntary euthanasia legislation have dismissed the bill's sponsor's latest bid to get more support as a desperate measure that will not work. Video, Audio
Pop-culture convention Armageddon has changed its rules to ban military-style clothing and replica guns following the Christchurch attacks.
Bus companies are warning that rest-break legislation risks delays to to already stretched bus services, but a union says bus operators' failure to prepare for the changes is 'incompetence'.
An increase to the minimum wage is not expected to make much of a difference to the country's poorest families and consumers may have costs passed on to them.
The business case for light rail from Auckland Airport to the City Centre is being held up, as the transport minister considers an "alternative approach" to the funding and design of the proposed…
Rail workshops are looking for more mechanical engineers, as the industry's workload ramps up providing jobs for an extra 40 workers at KiwiRail's Hutt workshop.
The Wellington Regional Council won't say if a partnership with Uber is being considered.
The Wellington City Council has backtracked on banning e-scooters from footpaths, after it found it couldn't legally enforce a ban.
The government has been delivered an 18,000 signature petition, calling on it to revoke a housing development consent on sacred Māori land at Ihumātao. Video
Children fainting at preschool and kindergarten has been the catalyst for the charity, KidsCan, to launch a nationwide programme to provide another 1000 kids with fresh meals and clothing.
The Kāpiti expressway north of Wellington needs a further $25 million worth of resurfacing, just two years after opening.
Wellington commuters are being warned to expect more cancellations as a shortage of both train and bus drivers in the region continues.
Indigenous leaders have called for consequences after a Department of Corrections working group on countering violent extremism identified "Māori nationalist groups" as a potential threat to the…
A community occupying land near Auckland Airport to stop a housing development being built alongside sacred land say they are feeling increasingly scared, as the threat of eviction draws nearer.
A Waikato DHB application for a fresh coronial inquiry into Nicky Stevens' death is being driven by concerns about liabilities, one of the country's leading lawyers has said.
The Salvation Army says the government needs to get "brave" and think radically to try to eradicate the disparities between Māori and non-Māori. Audio
Cyclists are fighting buses on Wellington roads, with more than 100 complaints in the last year, including reports of buses passing by a hair-width.
More Uber drivers say they've been locked out of the ride-sharing app because of customer complaints they weren't even notified about.
A Scottish tourist who was charged $930 for a 5-minute taxi ride could have avoided chasing a refund for over a week if the industry had not been deregulated, the Taxi Federation has said.
A public transport group is disappointed that Labour's pre-election promise for commuter rail in Christchurch appears to be off the cards.
The government says the Peka Peka interchange project - which would have cost up to $29m - wasn't worth it. Locals says canning the project is "short-sighted".
An independent review has found bullying and harassment at all levels of Fire and Emergency.
One driver has been deactivated twice because of what he says are false complaints from passengers but the ride-sharing company say its deactivation policy is fair.