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Christchurch's Orana Wildlife Park's management believe a current or former staff member is behind false allegations being spread about the zoo.
New research shows changing the way hospitals test newborns for low blood sugar, could better protect babies from brain damage and save money in the long term.
The Conservation Minister says if it were up to her, a seabed mining exploration permit would not have been approved off the Taranaki coast.
Scientists have been examining the eating habits of our ancestors to study the impact early humans have had on New Zealand's biodiversity.
The murder of a Wainuiomata man remains unsolved four months after he was killed and his family are again appealing to the public for information.
The Thai boys trapped in a cave for two weeks have written letters to their parents, saying "don't worry... we are all strong".
Acting Prime Minister and New Zealand First leader Winston Peters is calling for a two-pronged referendum on Māori seats.
The government is doing a u-turn on paying up to $30 million towards the world's largest telescope, but some universities are not impressed.
A group representing rangatahi Māori have returned from their trip to a UN forum where they say the organisation's overt western framework was evident from their moment of arrival.
From today, thousands of low and middle-income families will now be eligible for extra money through the government's flagship families package.
The Green Party is urging their government partners to look at changing the Ministry for Primary Industry's capabilities and responsibilities around animal welfare.
The government has passed a new law which aims to stop multinational tax avoidance.
A new research project that's underway has the potential to give New Zealand's horticultural industry a bumper crop.
Two-thirds of New Zealanders feel anxiety while driving a vehicle.
Only 15 percent of the world's seabed is mapped, but an ambitious project aims to reach 100 percent by 2030.
Scientists say a large lahar from Mount Ruapehu is inevitable, but could it again reach Desert Road, as it did around 450 years ago?
Forest and Bird will continue its court action against a West Coast mining project even though the Government has already rejected part of the proposal.
A demonstration was held on the lawns of Parliament today, to gather support from MPs on the creation of a 6000 square kilometre sanctuary.
The percentage of people voting before election day reached a new record high in the Northcote by-election.
In the era of AI, what issues will New Zealand face, how should our laws reflect this, and what conversations should the public be involved in?
Lower Hutt's mayor is backing a decision to keep Queensgate Mall open, despite parts being declared an earthquake risk.
A ban on the sale of some products with plastic microbeads takes effect from today, but experts are warning that won't even begin to curb the tide of microplastics entering our oceans.
A centre has opened in Dunedin to support family members who have lost a relative to suicide.
A group of young New Zealand innovators have come up with the idea to use virtual reality to save space agencies millions of dollars in repair costs.
A pioneer and advocate for inclusiveness and equality in tertiary education has been celebrated in this year's Queen's Birthday Honours.