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Unitec has lost up to $15 million in revenue this year because of problems with its enrolment system, the Tertiary Education Union estimates.
Thousands of young people struggling with mental health problems have to wait for months for follow-up appointments, official figures show.
ACC has no intention of copying the New Zealand Superannuation Fund's plan to invest less in companies connected with fossil fuels, it says.
Post-election news stories are mostly about the victors and how much they won by - but what of those who fought hard on the campaign trail but came up short?
The United States is calling for further protection for Māui and Hector's dolphins, a move a local zoologist describes as embarrassing for the New Zealand government.
A mother has described as 'heartbreaking' the struggle her blind daughter goes through to get hold of everyday reading material.
More than 400 submissions have been made to a cross-party inquiry into homelessness.
The bodies of four of the five men killed in the Bay of Plenty road crash last week are being flown back to Tonga this morning.
A union for construction staff is worried the fierce competition to get workers to Auckland to satisfy the building boom, could damage the industry.
The struggle to recruit teachers in Auckland is severe, a survey has revealed, and principals blame the high cost of housing in the city.
Young people not in education or employment will face an even tougher battle to get jobs as the digital economy increases, researchers say.