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A beer company owner is apologising for racist comments online, amid mounting calls to boycott the beer.
The holy month of Ramadan is coming to a close for millions of Muslims worldwide and is especially significant for those most directly affected by the Christchurch mosque terror attacks.
New data has found a reduction in demand in nationwide housing valuations which could be the first signs of the housing market slowing.
Victoria University, the students association and police will meet with students, who feel unsafe after allegations of sexual assault at a Wellington hall of residence.
A lack of funding is forcing doctors to tell osteoarthritis sufferers to wait on surgery rather than speak with exercise therapists or dieticians.
People living in isolated areas within New Zealand who lack health services are requesting their voices be heard following the health reforms announcement.
The government's plan to shake up the health system has been met with shock, concern and scepticism from some. Audio
Emergency services based on top of the Alpine Fault in Franz Josef must be urgently moved, the mayor says, after experts forecast a higher likelihood for a devastating quake in the next 50 years.
More than 100 people turned out at a public meeting to debate the level of nitrates in Canterbury's drinking water.
South Island businesses are rejoicing over news the trans-Tasman bubble will soon be opening.
Some people are jumping the vaccine queue in Christchurch, with leftover jabs being given to people working near vaccination clinics.
Millions of sunflowers on a South Canterbury farm will be harvested next month before they're turned into 25,000 bottles of oil.
The race is on to reach Pasifika communities to counter the spread of misinformation about the Covid-19 vaccine.
A Christchurch widow who witnessed the mosque attacks plans on leaving New Zealand after her daughter became a target of hate crime and now fears for her life.
While a Mental Health Commission report has described frustration over the pace of change, mental health advocates have also criticised the lack of progress in helping people in Canterbury.
Standing hand in hand, survivors who escaped the collapse of the CTV building, gathered at Latimer Square today for a separate, memorial picnic.
Known as the quake generation, Canterbury youth have had anything but an easy childhood, with a decade of earthquake-related trauma.
Plans for a controversial, costly Christchurch cycleway will continue - despite an attempt to halt the process today.
Residents of Waikouaiti and Karitane say they are afraid the health of their families after the highest level of lead found in water was almost 40 times the acceptable limit. Audio
A community group is taking the Canterbury Regional Council to court over its inaction in removing a massive pile of tyres set on fire last week.
Many women are starting their own small businesses after a wave of Covid-19-related redundancies, according to Chooice NZ founder Sarah Colcord.
In the last three months, sales of boats and other water craft like paddle boards have doubled compared to last year, according to the Marine Industry Association.
Three key leaders of Christchurch mosques say the recommendations of the report in some ways does not go far enough, and they will demand further action from the government.
Plans for a proposed airport in a small South Island town have faced strong push back during a Christchurch City Council meeting today.
One of Christchurch's main anchor projects, the Metro Sports facility, is making steady progress but delays due to Covid means it's now two years away from operating.