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A deadly bird flu is winging its way closer to Aotearoa - and it could be disastrous for native wildlife.
Other customers have logged in to find their account balance is showing zero dollars.
Retail NZ says there are a lot of businesses keen to put similar systems in place.
"Significant failings" by senior managers of a national arts development agency when staff were stranded at the flooded Auckland airport in January has led to the Creative NZ head being censured.
The government is following through on a promised ban on new coal boilers, and phasing out existing ones by 2037.
A vet says the body of a cat killed when it caused a short at a Hawke's Bay substation knocking out electricity to 50,000 properties shows no visible signs of injury.
Māori could be billions of dollars out of pocket from proposals to review the Emissions Trading Scheme released today, an advocate says.
The government wants the public's input on possible changes to forestry carbon farming, including imposing restrictions about pine trees.
The government has floated a series of options to reform the Emissions Trading Scheme, with the highest ranked option one which sets up a whole new additional ETS scheme.
The Climate Change Commission has said the ETS in its current form is a threat to achieving the country's reduction targets.
Is it bad that a carbon auction that allows firms to pay to pollute has now failed twice in a row?
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment has banned staff from using artificial intelligence technology such as ChatGPT - citing data and privacy risks.
The Department of Internal Affairs says media regulations are out of date, riddled with holes and do not properly cover online platforms.
The Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) wants to make social media subject to regulation similar to that of traditional media platforms.
Tim Batt is mining for lolz in looming disaster in his latest show, Is Climate Change Funny Yet? Audio
Warnings about keeping people's information safe when using artificial intelligence have been published by the Privacy Commissioner, directed at both the private and public sectors.
Heavy rain over the weekend made extra checks necessary to ensure the building was safe to work in for crews investigating and recovering bodies.
Free public transport for children and more money to insulate homes are the main climate announcements from this year's Budget.
The government's warning about a 'no frills' Budget is tempering expectations about a big climate spend.
A court decision on how police can photograph people in public could dramatically change how officers investigate crime, the Police Association says.
The Court of Appeal has found an officer illegally photographed a man during a random traffic stop, amounting to a breach of the Bill of Rights.
In a pre-Budget announcement, Climate Change Minister James Shaw said the government had nearly doubled the amount of money in its green investment bank.
Church services, tree plantings and 21-gun salutes marked King Charles' Coronation in Aotearoa.
The Climate Change Commission this week got stuck into the current settings of the Emissions Trading Scheme. Here's what you need to know.
The government's plans to cut emissions will not be enough to meet its own targets, the Climate Change Commission says, once again warning we can't plant our way to success.