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Auckland faces a backlog of 1400km of badly damaged roads, but the transport agency says it hopes to use the summer to repair many of the streets.
Good beer is getting harder to make, Beer enthusiast magazine Pursuit of Hoppiness editor Michael Donaldson says.
Work on a sewer line in Parnell that collapsed and opened a massive sinkhole will not begin until early next year and could take several months. Audio
A Fullers ferry passenger who saw a man allegedly assault crew members says she was terrified.
Auckland Council is to vote on the way forward for damaged homes that can be salvaged if work is done to protect them from future hazards.
Shoppers in Auckland are appalled by the high rate of crime and abuse in supermarkets.
Carpark chaos at an Auckland mall over the weekend has prompted concerns about whether the city's roads can handle the holiday demand. Audio
The lack of international events on next year's calendar and a $17 million budget cut at Tātaki Auckland Unlimited has forced the agency to get creative.
The council has hired 17 'navigators' to support people with housing and insurance problems.
The company managing Whakaari/White Island has been convicted for one of the two charges it faced for health and safety failings in the lead-up to a fatal eruption in 2019.
Blood donation centres around the country are getting into the Halloween spirit with creepy costumes and haunting decorations.
Workers in Aotearoa's screen industry are struggling to find jobs thanks to the impact of Hollywood's long-running industrial disputes.
Bay of Plenty MPs are split over special powers granted to police to crack down on gangs. Audio
People planning to go hiking over the long weekend are being urged to be careful and start their walks early in the day.
New Zealanders are bananas for bananas, but the country relies on imports from Mexico, Ecuador and the Philippines for its supply.
In Auckland, two of Labour's safest seats are on a knife edge with just a handful of votes between the leading candidates.
Some tech companies in Auckland are feeling desperate as homegrown talent moves across the Tasman.
Flood and landslide-affected Aucklanders worry they could be forced out of their communities if the council proceeds with buyouts based on its valuations.
Auckland Council hopes a new train station by the Sky Tower will breathe life into the city centre.
A progress report from the UN shows many countries, including New Zealand, are falling behind on tackling climate change.
All Blacks fans in France for the Rugby World Cup are contending with massive crowds, packed trains and severe heat.
New research shows young adults are taking on dangerous amounts of debt through buy now pay later schemes.
Technology experts are urging Labour and National to announce an Artificial Intelligence strategy before October's election.
Commuters were left confused after several Auckland Transport services, including train and bus timetables, went offline for almost 12 hours.