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Wellington Water crews are figuring out the best way to divert waste from a collapsed sewer pipe back into the main line, in an effort to stop it overflowing into the harbour.
The trucking company falsified logbooks and repeatedly failed roadside inspections.
The family of a woman with dementia are furious her care home arranged an assessment for her without them knowing and then said she had two weeks to move out.
A woman who fears she has cancer has been trespassed by the Waikato District Health Board and is now in the United States trying to get a second opinion on her condition.
Three marine scientist roles have been saved from redundancy at Otago University by the department's head falling on his sword, following a protest and petition.
A mysterious masked maverick is brightening up a drab retaining wall at the base of the Wainuiomata hill, with giant spray-painted Lego blockheads. Video
Consumer NZ says a woman who is unhappy with the way her mother was moved from a retirement home to hospital care shows the current complaints system is failing.
A woman whose mother was forced out of her retirement home on Christmas Eve wants a law change to better protect elderly transitioning to hospital-level care.
Wellington's former mayor Justin Lester has had his bid for an election recount declined.
A truck drivers' union is furious a trucking firm has been let off without even a slap on the wrist after it wouldn't let its drivers take breaks.
The deputy Health and Disability Commissioner has found several failures in the care of an elderly woman at a Cambridge rest home, but her son says the report is a whitewash.
Environmental groups are urging the government to crack down on commercial industries whose activities are harming the marine environment.
New Zealand's marine environment is under pressure from coastal development, shipping traffic and climate change, a new government report says.
A Western Sahara government official says New Zealand fertiliser companies are stockpiling phosphate amid threats of court action to stop future imports.
A man is refusing respond to the provisional findings of a Health and Disability Commissioner's report because he says he will not dignify a sham.
A man whose mother was neglected in a Cambridge resthome is accusing the Health and Disability Commissioner of siding with a big corporate and wants the Health Minister to urgently intervene.
ACC has confirmed 201 formal complaints from clients have been laid about taxis not showing up or arriving late.
The acting head of the Islamic Women's Council has called out free speech arguments, saying they are only used to defend racism.
Upper Hutt residents are furious that the flushing of a local dam has left dozens of fish dead in the creek below, and washed up on people's property.
The bill to repair earthquake-prone buildings has hit half a billion dollars for local councils across the country.
An anti-water bottling lobby group says regional councils have the power to decline consents, they are just choosing not to.
An online data collection company says property owners should make onsite hazards publicly available, so outsiders are better protected.
The Wellington Regional Council is defending its decision to lease out almost 200 hectares of wetlands to a farming company.
More taxi users have complained about slack service when ACC is footing the bill for their ride.
An Auckland woman who has had to rely on ACC-funded taxis says drivers are late or don't turn up once they realise ACC is paying the bill.