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The number of phone scams is on the rise, police say.
A proposed walking and cycling link across the Auckland Harbour bridge is being opposed by some nearby residents who say there are serious safety concerns.
Auckland police are admitting they need to do a much better job protecting Indian, Chinese and other ethnic communities from crime.
A cat that lost a leg after being hit by a car on Auckland's Northwestern Motorway, then became stuck under a police car, has had a happy ending.
Customers say they are being stopped from doing their fair share to reduce plastic use as some supermarkets ban the 'bring your own' container policy.
There's been mixed reactions so far from the series of hui with Ngāpuhi this weekend, the Treaty Negotiations Minister says.
Nearly 80 protesters gathered outside Tegel's Auckland headquarters today, opposing plans to build a chicken farm in Northland.
More than 30 New Zealanders are going to fight wildfires ravaging California in the United States.
Forest and Bird is closing seven North Island reserves thought to be free of kauri dieback disease to try to stop it getting into the parks. Audio
Animal activists endangered chickens when filming injured and dead birds at a farm in Helensville, Tegel says.
More than 100 people have turned out in Auckland to a free-speech rally calling for two controversial Canadian speakers to be allowed to address a meeting in the city.
Hundreds of the country's most volatile and complex prisoners will be in a new home at Auckland's Paremoremo Prison, by October.
The former tenant of an Auckland house where a young woman was found dead at the weekend moved out just days before the body's discovery.
A South Auckland resident says the government's $180,000 KiwiBuild income cap is keeping the poor, poor and the rich, rich.
The number of suicide attempt and threat related calls to police have jumped by more than 50 percent in the past five years.
Health experts have sounded a word of caution over the government's decision to scrap targets set by National.
First Person - The impending arrival of the PM's baby is attracting international media interest - and for RNZ's reporter Jessie Chiang at the hospital, it's the second chapter of #stillwaiting.
Dozens of parents are calling for long pants to be part of the uniform at an Auckland primary school after being told they are too expensive.
With just days to go until the prime minister's due date, mothers at an Auckland playcentre have advice for the mother-to-be.
A couple killed in a fire along with their eight-year-old son had taken the batteries out of their fire alarms because they stopped working when their flat was too cold.
A hui run by Tegel Foods has failed to convince affected locals to support its plans to build the country's largest chicken farm in Northland.
An immigration lawyer has likened some of the commission-based practices in the international student sector to a Pyramid scheme.
Airbnb says its hosts are happy to pay the new tax proposed by Auckland Council - but the hosts themselves say it could force some of them out of the sector.
Up to three students are likely to be suspended from a South Auckland high school after a bullying incident left a teenager in hospital, the school's principal says. Video
The government's been told that preschoolers can't wait four years for funding that is urgently needed now.