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Many residents in Wellington region lay sleepless on Sunday night, scared extreme winds might make their windows explode or tear off their roofs.
Warriors fans are ready to watch their team play at Auckland's Mount Smart Stadium on Saturday night in one of the most anticipated matches in years.
Warriors fans are gearing up for one of the most anticipated NRL matches on home soil in 15 years.
Over the past five years, 12,744 people have made claims to ACC after being injured on public transport or privately owned, rented or commercial buses.
Meteorologists are warning that the weather will take a dramatic turn in the next couple of weeks, as an El Niño is likely to be declared
Casino operator SkyCity had over a quarter of a billion dollars wiped off its market value on Monday after the DIA applied to suspend its gaming licence.
The Independent Children's Monitor looked at experiences and practices surrounding tamariki and rangatahi cared for at home by parents while in state custody.
Motorists can expect more pain at the pump as petrol prices once again start to trend upwards.
Auckland Council's Andrew Chin says it's expected to take four months to replace the sewerage pipe and fix the College Hill sinkhole.
Iwi leaders, construction workers and members of the public gathered in Auckland's CBD to bless the site where a gunman killed two men a week ago.
Around 35,000 staff are now voting on whether to accept a pay equity offer that would see nurses get an additional 4.5 to 6.5 percent pay boost. Audio
Police are still trying to identify the two victims shot dead when a gunman opened fire at an Auckland construction site.
Football fever is sweeping through the United States, as fans make their way to Aotearoa, for start of the FIFA Women's World cup.
Pothole pain is being felt up and down the country, particularly in Northland. Audio
A husband and wife who were on their honeymoon at the time Whakaari erupted have described the pain they endured as they ran for their lives, and ever since.
The Hotel Council says the pace of bookings throughout the world cup is the speed of a "steamboat, not a jetboat". Audio
There are growing calls for the government to overhaul the way young people are cared for in youth justice facilities.
This year's extreme weather events are having lasting impacts in Auckland, with a house in the suburb of Swanson on the brink of collapse and major state highways blocked by slips.
A community on Auckland's North Shore is still shaken and on edge after diners in three restaurants were attacked on Monday night.
New Zealanders have the opportunity to get up close and personal with treasures from Egypt.
An initiative that aims to break the cycle of reoffending for Māori is expanding further into the Waikato town of Huntly.
There's something to celebrate for lovers of Arnott's biscuit and cracker products, as a new factory has opened in Auckland.
Auckland Mayor Wayne Brown has his work cut out for him trying to convince enough councillors to vote for his controversial plan to plug a $325 million budget hole.
Some pensioners have lost all their belongings after flash flooding quickly inundated their homes in Waihī Beach, in Bay of Plenty.
While some say the move will help preserve culture and heritage, others are concerned about what it could mean for the future of New Zealand's cities.