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One of the country's biggest insurers is limiting the amount of contents insurance policies it approves in Wellington, leaving renters trying to find coverage elsewhere.
The Rainbow New Zealand Charitable Trust says the government is lacking a single entity where organisations like theirs can discuss problems facing the LGBTQI+ community.
New research shows childhood obesity rates have dropped slightly, but now researchers want to find out why.
Engineering companies are improving diversity, but while they are hiring more female graduates, they are struggling to diversify among other groups.
Conservation organisations say many dog owners are still not getting the message - to keep their pets under control - after dozens of native animals were injured and killed this spring and summer.
An engineering dean is pushing to change unwanted cultures and perceptions in the engineering sector, to provide much needed diversity to the industry.
Computer technology is helping scientists to better understand the diseases that are threatening our native flora.
A killer whale, who certainly wasn't camera shy has confirmed the mammals do in fact eat toothfish and in the process helped protect its home. Video
Forty-eight white-faced storm petrel chicks have been flown from the Chatham Islands to an island off the Porirua coast.
The Department of Conservation in Dunedin is having so much success with their dog safety initiative, they're looking at spreading it to other parts of the country. Video
Advocates for the elderly want better mental health interventions, after new research found those over 65 are more likely to report physical illness as a stressor before self-harming.
Research into the use of CRISPR gene editing in mice has had success, but it has also shown there are challenges too.
From next month thousands of New Zealanders living under the shadow of the deadly Hepatitis C virus will finally be able to get lifesaving treatment.
A group of university students are trying a new approach in a bid to find a rental home, while others are struggling to even pay rent.
The Wellington City Council isn't completely convinced Lime e-scooters are safe - and they might have competition, too.
Step inside the former Fever Hospital in Wellington as the New Zealand Strange Occurrences Society investigates. Video, Audio
Christmas is a time for giving, but a public health expert says people aren't just receiving presents at this time of year.
Christmas has gone to the dogs and cats seemingly as more and more people are making their furry companions part of their Christmas celebrations.
A limited number of members of the public revelled at being the first people to view the Terracotta Warriors exhibition at Te Papa today.
The facility is a first of its kind and will be operated 24/7 to help save time and potentially lives in a natural disaster.
A marketing expert has warned the sale of Tip Top could see a repeat of the Dunedin Cadbury factory saga and would not make long-term financial sense.
It has been 15 years in the making, but Wellington's Ethiopian community finally has their own priest. Video
The El Niño weather pattern warming New Zealand's surrounding seas, could be contributing to the recent spate of whale strandings.
Christchurch's godwit numbers are looking healthy this year, despite food shortages during their migration.
The speech phenomenon of vocal frying where the voice drops and makes a creaking sound, is growing in popularity among young New Zealand women, new research shows.