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There's a lot to get your head around in the Tax Working Group's recommendations. Hamish Cardwell pulls out some interesting examples of what some of the proposed changes could look like if…
Te Papa is pushing ahead with plans to restructure its collections team but will also have overseas museum collection specialists review how it looks after its natural history collections.
Crucial government statistics on international tourist spending have not been fit for purpose for some time, a tourism industry body says.
A health watchdog report shows it took a colleague threatening to resign before the Waikato District Health Board took action to stop an overseas-trained orthopaedic surgeon working at its hospital.
Thousands of babies' booties were placed outside Parliament today in a protest by an anti-abortion group, but there was cross-party support for counter-protesters. Video
It's not even available for streaming yet but Netflix's new show 'Insatiable' is already being slammed as toxic and fat-shaming.
Instigating paid-partner leave after childbirth would be a "concrete step" in addressing the gender pay gap, the government has been told. Audio
The government is being told it must increase the amount paid for parental leave if more men are to step into the role. Audio
Entitled men in the legal profession believe young employees and interns are a "smorgasbord for them to feast upon", an employment lawyer says. Video, Audio
The Prime Minister's pregnancy is empowering for men as well as women, a New Zealand academic says.
A Queenstown woman says she almost lost $40,000 in business after Vodafone shut its email service.
Young people with cancer in New Zealand have lower survival rates compared to North America, Germany and Australia, a new study shows.
Wellington Zoo is playing matchmaker to two solitude-inclined Sumatran tigers, and are hoping the pair hit it off.
A Golden Bay man spending his first night in his new house says he woke to "termite hell", with his bed, walls and floor covered in hundreds of creepy crawlies. Audio
Two dogs have died after consuming toxic algae from the Hutt River.
American tech billionaire, philanthropist, libertarian, "seasteading" and life extension enthusiast - and, since 2011, a New Zealand citizen.
Capsize, recovery and triumph - look back at the turning points along Team NZ's path to winning the America's Cup for the third time.
After two planes were struck by lightning in four days, Hamish Cardwell asks, although it's terrifying, whether we really need to be worried. Video
Social media was quick to react to today's political bombshell, which it appears only a few saw coming.