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Restaurants and cafes in Wellington struggling to get back on their feet after the first lockdown say the return to alert level 2 is a familiar but unwelcome move.
Three New Zealanders who pleaded guilty to violent disorder charges after attacking patrons at a pub on the Falkland Islands have been sentenced.
A Green Party plan to ramp up construction of social housing is being hailed as a game changer.
Oranga Tamariki has been accused of "appalling" and "brutal" treatment of parents with intellectual disabilities when taking their children from them.
Government funding for a long championed cycleway in Wellington is being enthusiastically received.
The former boss of a New Zealander who died in a mudslide in South Korea says she was a passionate and ambitious person who will be deeply missed. Audio
The police watchdog says an officer who kicked and punched a man lying on the ground during an arrest in Auckland last year should have been charged.
Planned repatriation flights to return Indians stranded here have been delayed.
The Crown has failed to make clear what the legal basis was for putting the country into lockdown, a lawyer challenging the move has argued in court.
The High Court has been told forcing officials to produce a list of businesses that had to close under alert level 4 was a bad idea that would have put the public in danger.
The public gallery in the High Court in Wellington was packed for the first day of a judicial review about whether the country was put into level 4 lockdown lawfully.
A lawyer is challenging the legality of the lockdown rules and decisions by the Director-General of Health.
The Transport Agency says the large number of submissions on the proposal means the decision will take longer.
Legislation passed last night empowering women to negotiate for pay equity is being called the biggest win for gender equality in nearly 40 years.
The Electric Vehicles Leadership Group was formed in 2016 and wasstacked with industry representatives and experts.
A Kiwibank error has changed the status of some customers to 'US resident' and is threatening to close their accounts until they prove they are not.
An aviation maintenance firm which services thousands of aircraft has been allowed to reopen facilities shut down over safety fears.
Police have fired sponge bullets in 13 altercations since the weapons were rolled out in 2015, and more than half of those who have been shot at are Māori.
A court has been told there were contradictory accounts from officers about what happened the night a man was shot dead by police in Waitara.
Bus companies are worried a new Ministry of Education plan for tendering school bus routes will annihilate medium-sized firms, particularly in the regions.
The Transport Agency is coughing up another $5 million to keep workers on site at the massive Transmission Gully construction project over winter.
Grey Power is enraged by what it says is the stupid and dangerous behaviour of people fleeing managed isolation facilities, and says they need the book thrown at them.
Three New Zealanders have pleaded guilty to violent disorder charges after attacking patrons at a pub on the Falkland Islands.
InterCity is the first company to get government money to help land and maritime transport firms hit by the drop in tourist numbers due to Covid-19.
A Sanford ship, the San Aotea, is steaming through the frigid Southern Ocean on a six-week mission to retrieve 15 crew at sea for months with few options to get home.