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Fish and Game and Federated Farmers have met up for a 'goodwill' meeting in an effort to work better together.
An animal rights group is dismayed Auckland Zoo is relocating its two elephants - Burma and Anjalee - overseas, saying it will cause the animals distress.
A man who challenged a group of Wellington musicians accused of sex attacks says he expects the number of reports to rise even further.
Iwi members and a protest group are readying themselves for a lengthy occupation of land at Wellington's contentious seaside development Shelly Bay.
An Auckland house hunter is shocked by the number of properties she's missed out on that have come onto the rental market just weeks after being sold.
Doctors are gearing up for a hefty year of planning and preparation with the End of Life Choice Act set to come into force.
A Wellington nightclub worker said he reported one of the individuals at the centre of a raft of sexual assault allegations to the police three months ago.
Police are urging people to refrain from naming or posting posting personal details of the Wellington musicians, saying accusations made to Operation Emerald will be taken seriously.
Homeless teenagers in Auckland are being turned away in droves from housing services which say they cannot cope with demand.
The Labour coalition government promised to address ballooning house prices and help aspiring home buyers take the first step. Eva Corlett looks at whether it has kept its promise.
The Labour Party promised to reduce homelessness, boost state housing stock and build thousands of homes during its first term. Eva Corlett looks at how the party has done.
Tenants are bracing themselves for a hike in living costs when a freeze on rent increases comes to an end next week.
The library will offer 600,000 of its international books, which cover a range of topics across fiction and non-fiction, to local libraries, prison libraries and community groups. Audio
Groups working to house Pacific families fear millions of dollars in funding could be wasted if the government doesn't involve their expertise.
A woman whose terminally-ill husband chose suicide over a prolonged painful death is urging New Zealanders to allow people the option to die with dignity. Video
Thousands of home owners are slipping behind on mortgage payments, while other would-be buyers are rushing to get finance.
A man is lucky to be alive after the Palmerston North car yard he was buying a ute from exploded.
Renters say the updated tenancy law is well overdue, while landlords are worried they'll be stuck with troublesome tenants.
Consumer NZ is slamming funeral insurance as predatory and overpriced, after an 85-year-old woman paid nearly $19,000 dollars for a policy worth $10,000.
Doctors want the government to send a strong clear message to the public: if you are sick, have a Covid-19 test. Audio
A homeless man living in his car in Queenstown has been told he's not allowed to park up in town anymore, due to freedom camping rules.
Tourism operators fear any further delays to trans-Tasman and Pacific bubbles could be the nail in the coffin for the industry.
An injection of money into cash-strapped community health care services is expected to cover most of the immediate extra costs from Covid-19 but anxiety over long-term funding remains.
The rate of people dying on our roads has jumped back up, following a record low during lockdown.
Trade Me has reported a spike in people between the ages of 18 to 29 browsing listings, putting it down to low interest rates and the temporary scrapping of the loan-to-value ratio.