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Greenpeace is calling on the government to kit out New Zealand homes with solar panels by using the funds currently subsidising the oil and gas industry.
A passenger has described the scenes on a Virgin Australia flight when the majority of those on board fell ill.
Rough sleepers were not a common sight outside Auckland's city centre a decade ago, but can now been found in almost every suburb, says the Salvation Army.
A New Zealander living in Genoa said the community is in shock following the bridge collapse.
Family members who have lost relatives to suicide say they are desperate for change, the inquest system needs an overhaul, and mental health services need drastic improvements.
Solo mums applying for benefits say the welfare system is too complicated.
Thousands of people have signed up to the government's KiwiBuild Scheme in its first day.
A new study of Lake Tekapo could help scientists understand the tsunami risk of New Zealand's big lakes during earthquakes.
One school leaver said if it wasn't for a South Auckland initiative, he would be behind bars.
Some English language schools in the South Island are struggling to find qualified teachers for new refugees.
Some South Island high country farmers have closed walking tracks on their land because too many tourists are causing problems.
The Ministry of Primary Industries has failed to fix the problem of kauri dieback, and it should hand over management of the programme, groups involved say.
Tiny premature babies could soon have a better chance of surviving as doctors consider lowering the age at which they can be resuscitated.
A New Zealand woman may never get to live with her Indian husband, after his visa to New Zealand was declined four times.
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Security at Auckland's International Arts Centre has been beefed up for a major auction of art owned by Dame Kiri Te Kanawa next week.
A community group in Waihi fears plans for a new underground mine will cause havoc with people's mental health and drive property values down.
The exploitation of workers from overseas in Auckland is prompting two to three complaints every week, the Migrant Workers' Association says.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she wasn't concerned about an Australian journalist's questions, much of which focused on her pregnancy. Video
An Australian journalist has been criticised for his interview with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. Video
The removal of funding for a west Auckland school bus could force students to walk along a dangerous road with no footpath and a high speed limit.
A public funeral for the veteran journalist Pat Booth will be held next week.
The family who fell ill after eating wild boar last year will be covered by ACC.
A New Zealander is one of the more than 100 people now believed to have been killed in a suicide bombing which injured 191 others in Afghanistan's capital, Kabul.
An animal welfare group is pushing for Trade Me to put a complete ban on the sale of pets online.