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Nearly two thirds of all identified serious immigration crime is going uninvestigated, largely because of under-funding.
Auckland Council will urgently review the rates' bills of the city's churches after hundreds were issued huge rises - one of 6900 percent.
Rugby needs to be more inclusive, particularly of women, to be fully deserving of the title of New Zealand's national sport, the Prime Minister says.
The Ministry for Primary Industries has referred evidence of serious staff misconduct to the Serious Fraud Office, the ministry says.
A solo mother who won her fight against MSD over loans and credit cards being treated as income says she was just trying to keep her head above water. Audio
Footwear chain Hannahs has admitted staff aren't paid for overtime after stores close, while Briscoes' boss doesn't know how many of his employees have been underpaid.
Rodeos are illegal and must be banned, a new report from the Animal Law Association says.
The fatal shooting of an aviation security dog that escaped onto Auckland Airport's runway was avoidable, a report into the incident suggests.
A father of two intellectually disabled children has accused Work and Income of robbing his daughter of her benefit, after it was suspended for nearly three weeks while the pair were overseas. Audio
Homeowners in Matata say they have been threatened by their local council to accept "lowball" buyout offers or face being forced out.
A family is demanding answers after their elderly father waited hours for treatment for a deep gash on his face. Video
Shop owners say they are considering a mass hunger strike to "press the government into action", after another violent robbery put a man in hospital. Video
The government is defending its emergency housing grant scheme, after it was revealed some motels were paid more than $100,000 a month. Video, Audio
A group of west Auckland tenants is considering taking their landlord to court after it was revealed he knew his property was flood-prone but did not tell them. Video
Video footage shows young cattle being electric prodded and punched at the Warkworth Rodeo on New Year's Day, prompting another government investigation. Video
Three national real estate companies have cancelled their sponsorship of a Northland rodeo because of concerns around animal mistreatment. Audio