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There are no protections against AI platforms using New Zealand journalism to train their software, says the News Publishers' Association's public affairs director.
This year's highway closure meant the coastal town was often bypassed by peninsula travellers, but now things are looking up for local retailers.
It looks set to be a summer of giraffe calfs and tiger cubs.
Government figures show women held more than 53 percent of appointed board positions in the year ending 31 December 2022 - the highest figure to date.
Bargain hunting shoppers are being warned to do their research before hitting the malls for Boxing Day sales.
There have been 86 deaths by drowning this year and modelling predicts a further six before the year ends.
It is the busiest day of the year for Auckland Airport with 63,000 people expected to arrive or leave on flights - including 17,900 travellers taking off to international destinations.
Any increase speed limits could lead to more people being killed and seriously injured in crashes, a former road safety police officer says.
Another bout of sewage spilling into popular beaches on Auckland's North Shore has the community concerned.
Opposition MPs joined the picket line, including Labour's Camila Belich and the Greens' Marama Davidson and Ricardo Menéndez March. Audio
The Ashley Rakahuri Rivercare Group said about 150 4WD vehicles zoomed up and down the Ashley Rakahuri River, which threw stones, breaking the eggs of endangered tarapiroe, black-fronted terns.
Families who lost their homes in a fire in Auckland's Māngere Bridge are lucky to be alive, Fire and Emergency believes. Audio
Women in New Zealand are effectively working for free until the end of the year, from 2.38pm today.
The man who used an axe to injure six victims at Chinese restaurants accepts he did attack people - but has been acquitted on all charges due to insanity.
National MP Andrew Bayly has won the seat of Port Waikato in the by-election by a landslide.
It is the last day of campaigning in the Port Waikato by-election before polls close on Saturday night.
Business spaces in Auckland's prime shopping street are sitting vacant, with empty shop after empty shop in some arcades.
Watercare and Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei are meeting with environment system regeneration experts to discuss how to restore the harbour.
A disinformation researcher has told the court he was "astonished" to hear the University of Auckland deemed the risk of harm to microbiologist Siouxsie Wiles "unlikely to be high".
Advanced voting to fill Parliament's 123rd seat begins today in the Port Waikato by-election triggered by the death of ACT Party candidate Neil Christensen a week before the general election.
National's incumbent Andrew Bayly labels the lack of voting places as "unreasonable" ahead of crucial by-election.
The second man charged with murdering Auckland couple Fuk Fu Joseph Kwok and Mei Han Chong has been given interim name suppression.
Pakuranga residents are hoping Auckland's mayor will not follow through on his threat to scrap the Eastern Busway project if central government gets rid of the regional fuel tax.
AirAsia X is suspending its Auckland-to-Sydney service in favour of trips to the Gold Coast instead.
The 19-year-old remand prisoner died in late September.