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The company managing the volcano said it had no presence on the volcanic island, so was not liable for operations that put the public at risk.
KiwiRail says its plans for rail network development are not dependent on whether Auckland light rail goes ahead.
WorkSafe has told a court that the company managing Whakaari / White Island should have questioned if it was safe for tourists to visit the volcanic island.
The man charged with the Mt Albert walkway murder of a man last year has pleaded not guilty in the High Court at Auckland.
Cyber threat analyst Brett Callow said Medusa was claiming to have stolen data from the attack which brought down the city's ticket payment system last week.
The new operator of some of Auckland's major ferry routes says it is committed to delivering a reliable service for commuters.
Cyber criminals have targeted Auckland Transport's HOP system, knocking out a number of services. Audio
A group of Auckland inner city residents and business leaders is urging whoever forms the next government to put more police officers on the streets.
A group of migrants scammed out of tens of thousands of dollars for the promise of work in New Zealand will have nowhere to live in three days.
The Waiuku Wind Farm project was squeezed in at the last minute under a since-repealed fast-tracking law.
It was noted that since his arrest, the accused's mental health had improved and he was receiving ongoing treatment by the prison forensic team.
Police said a man was found unresponsive after an assault and died at the scene.
A union representing cleaners at Auckland Airport says the strikes today, for more pay and more respect from their employers, are just the beginning.
A property owner in a storm-hit part of coastal Auckland says recovery efforts are progressing slowly.
Auckland Council has unanimously voted to share costs with the government to pay for more than $2 billion of flood recovery and resilience works, pending consultation. Audio
Auckland Transport hopes its new electric fleet will bring a sea change for ferry commuters.
Disruptions caused by roading issues have Bay of Plenty residents and businesses frustrated, and demanding better answers for the long term.
A coastal Auckland resident says his cyclone-stricken community is looking for answers out of a meeting with officials later this month.
Auckland Transport has announced an end to the city's bus driver shortage, saying it has recruited locally and internationally.
Officers in Whangārei arrested four people, aged 13 to 15, after a pursuit in which the alleged offenders rammed a police car, rendering it immobile.
A nutritionist believes more women will now receive an important vitamin supplement as it is added to the country's bread supply.
The government's plan to revitalise Hauraki Gulf has been slammed for not including an outright ban on trawler fishing. Audio
Auckland has been found to be a more sustainable city than Copenhagen or Amsterdam but it is lagging well behind when it comes to innovation. Audio
St Heliers residents say they were not given the chance to voice their concerns about how the neighbourhood's infrastructure will cope with the homes, some of which could be three storeys high.