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Documents released by the government show officials grappling with some of the difficulties of technology being used to support contact tracing. Audio
A construction company has been ordered to pay $13.4 million to fix a raft of errors at a leaky, damp, and rotting secondary school in Auckland.
The unseasonably dry start to summer will probably affect farmers in 15 districts for at least the next six months. Video
About 100,000 New Zealanders were affected by a huge worldwide data hack, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner says.
Analysis - Residential rates are going up in places while rental yields have dropped to their lowest rates in 20 years. What does this mean for 'Generation Rent'?
New Zealanders were among those affected by a huge worldwide data hack on Uber, the ride-share company has confirmed.
Analysis - Auckland's rate revaluations left some people scratching their heads. How can rates potentially go up in a market downturn?
Analysis - As the government's foreign buyer ban looms, reporter John Edens investigates whether the powers that be have a clear idea of what the housing market looks like.
Immigration New Zealand and MBIE use false social media profiles for investigations and risk assessment, the ministry has confirmed.
Some prostate cancer patients are waiting up to five months for surgery, a national snapshot by RNZ based on official figures shows.
Backpackers from the British Channel Islands and the Isle of Man are being turned down for working holidays due to a bureaucratic "anomaly".
Analysis - Recent terror attacks in Europe appear to mark a strategic shift towards crude, bloody and seemingly random public assaults, writes RNZ's John Edens.
Analysis - Who are the 100,000 people who have contributed to another migration record?
RNZ presenter Lloyd Scott has hung up his headphones after his final all-night stint on air. Audio
The Defence Force has confirmed an Air Force aircraft is in Guam as part of a military exercise, but will not comment on the North Korean threat against the country.
From youngest sitting MP in 2008 to Labour Party leader, who is Jacinda Ardern?
New Zealand earns its 'shaky isles' moniker, but landslides are an under-appreciated natural hazard, says GeoNet.