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There's a new frontline in the occupation of Ihumātao. Occupiers have moved about 50m over the weekend, past the previous police-guarded frontline and plan to "keep moving" a little every day.
Businesses around the City Rail Link expect little if anything from a proposed "hardship" fund to make up for losses they've incurred being surrounded by a construction site.
Drone users might soon need a license to fly one, and could be pinged by police and seized if they break the law.
Homeless shelters funded by a Rotorua man who mortgaged his home have fed and housed more than 1000 people since opening a year ago.
It is promising an investigation into a city-wide Auckland train services disruption today - the third similar shutdown this year. Audio
Four people who were shot in rural Waikato yesterday are believed to have driven for kilometres in a desperate bid to find medical help. Locals are trying to piece together exactly what happened.
The government intends to ease its self-imposed rules around how much money it can borrow, and give itself the licence to take on up to 15 billion dollars more debt, if it's re-elected.
The government is likely to ease its self-imposed Budget Responsibility Rules, giving itself the scope to spend up to $15 billion more a year if it is re-elected.
The defence in the case of a former teacher charged with indecently touching boys says some of their claims are lies to fit a "deceitful narrative".
An Auckland widow is taking on the council over the death of her partner who fell into an unfilled tree pit on a Newmarket footpath.
Figures released by the Ministry of Health show 530 people aged 60 or over are now getting what is called opioid substitution treatment.
More people died in car crashes caused by mobile phone distraction in 2017 than any year since the law banning it came into force.
At least a thousand people walked and cheered their way up Auckland's main street yesterday's Pride march.
Midwives will stick with their planned strikes next week, despite some cautious optimism the DHBs will offer what they want.
A West Auckland neighbourhood is in a tussle with Burger King and city officials, because they say their house has been taken over by the stench of the nearby fast food outlet.
Waiheke Island locals are shocked and frightened by an attack on a woman in broad daylight last week.