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Broken Bad - Increasingly inventive concealment methods used by drug smugglers are causing a headache for the government' research and testing institute.
The fatal shooting of Jerrim Toms shows how police are bearing the brunt of a lack of mental health resources, the Mental Health Foundation says.
A profiling programme labelled racist by critics has already been used to deport overstayers deemed to be "high priority", Immigration New Zealand has confirmed.
Auckland drivers face a 25 cent fuel tax under sweeping changes to transport funding proposed by the government. Audio
Cigarette vending machines are not the answer to stopping robberies, an Auckland dairy owner says.
Corrections will review its processes after it was discovered 11 sex offenders were living less than a kilometre away from a South Auckland school.
A Tauranga woman with terminal breast cancer has had to fundraise over $100,000 to pay for a treatment that would be free if she lived in Australia.
Jonathan Mosen is calling for an inquiry into this year's census, saying there are barriers for blind people and other groups to access the census.
A woman left blind and disfigured by her abusive partner - who was recently sentenced to 12 years in jail - is speaking out in the hope it will help others.
The future of Auckland's beaches and waterways will be doomed if the council is granted a consent to discharge stormwater for at least three more decades, a researcher is warning.
Midwives at Auckland City Hospital are finding every shift difficult, the Nurses Organisation says.
The College of Midwives is so concerned with the working conditions at Auckland City Hospital they've talked to the DHB's board.
A question mark remains over a company's plans to bring in 200 workers from China to finish a hotel on Auckland's waterfront.
Passengers were forced to flee the burning boat with no lifejackets as the absence of a fire detection system meant they had limited time.
Elevated levels of sulphur in petrol sold in Auckland has led to inaccurate dashboard readings, fuel companies say.
Auckland has been ranked the ninth most unaffordable city in a survey of more than 400 cities in nine countries, with Tauranga ranked even worse.
A Vodafone customer says he has lost weeks' worth of emails because of a failure in the company's system.
Work is being done around the clock to install 90,000 solar powered lights on the Auckland Harbour Bridge. Audio
There is optimism the first kiwi chick has hatched in a breeding programme that started in March last year. Audio
An Auckland boxer is hoping a new lease on life and passion for her sport will nab her a spot in this years Commonwealth Games team.
A rāhui has been placed over the Waitakere Ranges in a bid to stop the spread of the dieback disease threatening the kauri.
US broadcaster Matt Lauer, who leases a 6500ha lakefront Wanaka station, is under scrutiny from the Overseas Investment Office after being accused of sexual misconduct.
A home loan provider says the 20 percent deposit needs to drop - so more people have a chance at getting on the property ladder. Audio
New Zealanders stuck in Bali because of an erupting volcano could be left with large bills to cover last minute travel changes.
The jury has retired to consider its verdicts in the case of two police officers accused of kidnapping a teenager.