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With summer right around the corner, it's time to whip out the barbie and get those sausages cooking. But which banger is the best?
A $15m revamp of the country's largest off-site home manufacturer opened in Auckland today, which will now be able to pump out 500 new homes a year.
First Person - Comments implying Japan's RWC win over Scotland was a fluke or questioning the ethnicity of the players are uncomfortable to say the least, writes Jessie Chiang.
Students say it's tragic that it's taken a death to force a law change to ensure they are looked after properly at university hostels.
A group of Spark Sport customers already unhappy with its Rugby World Cup coverage is horrified the company has been given the rights for cricket games played at home.
A new report shows the number of suicides in the Asian population is growing, but no specific policies exist to try to reduce it.
A new report into locked in care for youth has found that some children are constantly bullied and many have suicidal thoughts.
Two years on from the Harvey Weinstein scandal, women in the film industry are optimistic about change but say there's still an awful lot to be done.
South Auckland residents say they won't sit idly by while their young people die and are calling on those running for election to step up, and ensure support services are easy to access.
A Gisborne police officer who told a drunk man to drive to a police station has been pinged by the Independent Police Conduct Authority.
About 50 people met in South Auckland yesterday evening to light candles, sing waiata and write messages of support to for the family of Dimetrius Pairama, who was found dead in an empty state house…
Bus company Ritchies has been fined $210,000 over the 2016 Christmas Eve bus crash that killed three people from Tonga.
Serious concerns are held for Owha, a resident Auckland leopard seal who has been seen foaming with plastic in her mouth.
In the 1990s, kōkako numbers in the Hunua Ranges dropped to about 20. Now, they're bouncing back, and the public can now get up close to them.
An Auckland restaurant owner feels helpless and ignored by Immigration New Zealand as he tries to sort out visas problems for his foreign workers.
Māngere residents say they are being neglected and put at risk after having to make do with public toilets affected by a compromised roof for eight months now.
Victims of a 2016 Christmas Eve bus crash that killed three people from Tonga say they now live with anger, lost dreams and recurring nightmares. Video
A Tongan church elder in Auckland says there needs to be more awareness in the community about the seriousness of measles.
Former youth workers who were put into South Auckland after increasing violence more than a decade ago say the same approach is needed now.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has promised to help Muslim women who are interested in politics.
A community representative in Auckland says she's been sidelined by her peers after posting photos online with Green and Labour party MPs.
Pacific leaders say they're tired of waiting for a cultural centre and are calling on Auckland Council to act.
An advocacy group for tenants is concerned over whether new guidelines from the privacy commissioner will actually protect renters.
A University of Auckland student says she's been in the dark after an investigation into an altercation on campus that left her on the ground.
Women prisoners say they feel discriminated against by employers and that finding a job once they're on the outside is extremely difficult.