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A ministerial announcement for a new space centre in Canterbury appears to have jumped the gun, with government officials later confirming the development of aerospace facilities was not certain.
The Employment Court has agreed with the parent and fulltime carer of a severely disabled woman, that he is employed by the Ministry of Health and not his daughter.
New Zealand's shipping sector is an uneven playing field, and some big problems need fixing if resilience and environmental goals are to be met.
On the formal agenda of the APEC meeting are economic and trade policy, digital innovation, and increased inclusion for sustainability.
Only a quarter of the safety and quality assurance tests required under the contract to build Transmission Gully have been signed off on, as the opening date for the highway refuses to be pinned down.
Waikato is kicking its Covid-19 response up a gear with the revelation a person who later tested positive for the virus spent the night in Tokoroa.
Deep tech firms say changes to research and development funding have left them scrambling for cash and they're calling for the government to urgently fix the problem.
Fewer cars on the roads, more EVs, mass rapid transport and congestion charges - a consultation document about reducing NZ's carbon emissions has some very familiar ideas in it, say industry rep.
Opening statements by both parties in the Peter Ellis appeal have been given today in the Supreme Court.
Porirua's mayor says she's frustrated by a lack of information from Waka Kotahi about what is holding up Transmission Gully - and she's not the only one.
Supermarkets have been stocking up and South Island construction companies are bracing for even more shortages with two Interislander ferries out from today.
Palmerston North's mayor has berated some of his councillors for "getting political at the eleventh hour" during a meeting today to decide how the city will manage its wastewater for the next 50…
A recent ruling in Australia that saw media companies liable for defamatory posts on their social media pages could see businesses in New Zealand switch off comments, or shut down their pages…
Coastal shipping proponents want money allocated by the Transport Agency to go toward getting another ship up and running rather immediately.
Landowners in Manawatū are anxious their plots will be swept up in plans for the country's largest-ever wastewater to land treatment system.
More than a quarter of the country's employees are being propped up by the latest Covid-19 wage subsidy round, with just over $876 million paid out so far.
An Afghan interpreter who worked for the New Zealand Defence Force says 36 of his colleagues, who were promised a seat on an evacuation flight, now feel hopeless after the government pulled its troops…
Official documents show that following last year's nationwide alert level 4 lockdown, there was a significant uptake in buy now pay later usage compared to uptake for other credit products.
A birthing centre run by a charitable trust in Lower Hutt will be mothballed next month due to a lack of funding.
Applications for the wage subsidy have been coming thick and fast, with 128,000 since the scheme opened on Friday and almost $500 million already paid out.
A treasured birthing centre in the Hutt Valley is poised to close its doors only three years after opening, leaving midwives and parents fearful about post natal care in the region.
Confusion reigns for businesses trying to get to grips with mandatory scanning and record-keeping for "busy places and large gatherings". Audio
An interpreter who worked for the NZ Defence Force in Afghanistan says time to leave is running out, with reports of the Taliban going door-to-door looking for those who worked with the government.
People promised help in getting out of Afghanistan are saying they don't know who to contact.
The last time Ali heard from his brother was a voicemail he left him over the weekend. He was running for the mountains.