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Tourism businesses are expecting a cash injection over Queen's Birthday weekend as domestic tourists look to reclaim New Zealand's hotspots. Audio
A long-running legal battle between a Christchurch couple and Southern Response looks set to drag on.
The High Court has ruled repeat offender Arthur Taylor cannot go back to the house he has called home since his release from prison.
Wellingtonians could be paying up to $200 million to overhaul the central city's earthquake prone library.
The government has approved $206 million in essential upgrades at Ōhakea Air Base.
Repeat offender Arthur Taylor is back in court after being evicted because of an order that prevents him associating with a woman who lived at the house.
Wine regions are preparing for tougher times as a lack of overseas visitors creates a big hole in vineyard sales.
A Hawke's Bay man has been sent to jail for stabbing a neighbour over a missing packet of tobacco.
Anzac Day services around the country have been shelved and veterans won't be able to join together because of the Covid-19 restrictions, but that won't stop people commemorating.
While the Easter bunny is finding a safe, lockdown-compliant way to deliver chocolate treats this long weekend, many traditional celebrations are having to be shelved.
Hundreds of passengers on the Ruby Princess became infected with Covid-19 and 10 people died. The cruise ship's operators are also being investigated.
Charities which rely on community and public support are trying to find other ways to make money as the disruptions from Covid-19 affect their systems.
Dunedin-based Aurora Energy has accepted it failed to act quickly after being warned in 2012 for breaching quality standards.
Official Information Act documents from the military, released to RNZ, show a delay in police vetting checks, which are done during the job application process.
An Air Force leading aircraftsman, Tom Lowther, has pleaded guilty to six charges of offering and supplying the class B drug MDMA.
The son of a National MP has unexpectedly pleaded guilty to animal cruelty offences this afternoon.
Crippling letting fees have been made illegal, but property management companies are now charging fees when rental tenants get a new flatmate.
The political tit for tat between the Labour-led government and the National Party is being blamed for getting in the way of dealing with the root causes of New Zealand's housing crisis.
Defence Force personnel stationed overseas are as far flung as Iraq, Antarctica and South Korea, but they'll still be adding some Kiwi flavour to their festivities. Video
Four percent of people experience nearly half of all crime each year - and those victims are most likely to be young, Māori and single, according to the Crime and Victim Survey.
Frustrated carers took to the picket lines today to protest over what they say are zero-hour contracts.
Samoa's measles epidemic and national efforts to immunise have put Red Cross workers under huge pressure as the death toll continues to rise.
A Pasifika woman now living in Flaxmere in Hawke's Bay is thankful she escaped a mouldy and damp rental property nightmare that was meant to be her first slice of Kiwi paradise.
Military historians are up in arms because there's still no permanent home for the New Zealand Defence Force Library collection.
A case that has gripped the nation for nearly three decades continued in the country's highest court today, two months after the death of the man at the centre of it all.