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Two of the country's biggest bus operators are being accused of gaming the system and using Covid-19 restrictions as an opportunity to reduce the amount of annual leave they owe drivers.
All manner of things were continuing to be sold online by companies based offshore, potentially putting extra pressure on couriers here trying to deliver essential items.
Covid-19 has not stopped a Canterbury council planning a 700 percent increase in the annual licence fee for its Selwyn Huts settlement.
The Royal College of GPs is calling for the rationing of data and phone calls but a telecom boss says there is plenty of capacity in the broadband network to handle the extra demand.
Noise complaints about the police Eagle helicopter in Christchurch have skyrocketed.
The police Eagle helicopter is being used inappropriately and disturbing people in the middle of the night, a Christchurch resident says.
A psychologist helping Christchurch mosque shooting victims says 20 percent of them could experience post-traumatic stress disorder or other mental health conditions.
Canterbury's top police officer would like the police Eagle helicopter to become a permanent feature in the skies above Christchurch, but it's too noisy for some residents.
Two men whose lives have been tipped upside down by the 15 March mosque shootings are organising a football tournament to mark the one-year anniversary.
The Environment Minister says he is considering legal action against Rio Tinto, owner of the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter, to ensure it disposes of its hazardous waste. Audio
The cause of a fatal early morning inferno in a Christchurch boarding house remains unclear, but suspicious circumstances have been ruled out as investigations continue.
Of the country's 63 largest fishing boats, it's possible only one of them meets modern safety standards.
Things may be looking up for Franz Josef with the New Zealand Transport Agency hoping to have the badly damaged road to the north open before Christmas.
A huge slip in Westland could have a bigger economic impact than the washout of the Waiho Bridge earlier this year, Mayor Bruce Smith says. Video
For so long a source of hurt, the Pike River Mine disaster has now produced something positive as the Paparoa Track is officially opened. Video
Kaikōura has used the visit of Prince Charles today as an opportunity to showcase what the town is all about.
The Earthquake Commission has offered a formal apology for its handling of quake claims in Canterbury.
Moving dairy cows indoors could be part of the answer to bringing down emissions on farms.
A major part of a plan to restore Christchurch's red zone has taken two years and $5 million to draw up but is now being slammed by council staff.
A former fisheries observer is casting doubt on the effectiveness of asking fishers to move on when they see critically endangered Māui dolphins.
The councillor at the centre of a complaint of inappropriate behaviour denies he has done anything wrong, but the youngest complainant says there were several cases of unwanted touching.
The Christchurch City Council is being accused of dragging its heels in dealing with a complaint of inappropriate behaviour over a three-year period by one of its councillors.
New Zealand's interactive media and gaming industry grew 40 percent a year in the past six years, and could be worth $1 billion by 2024 if supported, a report says.
The only person in New Zealand convicted for plotting a terror attack has managed to get his learner driver's licence while behind bars.
The amount of tarakihi commercial fishers are allowed to catch could be about to be slashed.