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Ohakea Air Base has simply pushed farmers concerns over their contaminated properties on to government ministries, farmers say. Video, Audio
On the 10-year anniversary of the death a Scottish backpacker, her father says he doesn't want her killer to be released when he's eligible in 2020.
The government has paid an additional $370 million in Treaty of Waitangi settlements to Tainui and Ngāi Tahu.
The father of IndyCar champion Scott Dixon is the subject of legal action requiring him to pay more than $24,000 to a Bay of Plenty venue.
Environmental officials are investigating New Zealand's use of firefighting foam that contains banned chemicals. Kate Pereyra Garcia and Richard Tindiller explain what all the fuss is about. Video
There are currently no reindeer in New Zealand, but the Ministry for Primary Industries says people still need to be vigilant and report any sightings.
New Zealand Post has a dedicated Santa's Post Office charged with receiving mail for the big man and organising its delivery to the North Pole.
Former navy sailor Hayley Young has joined the growing group of women waiving name suppression in order to speak out against sexual abuse from those in the armed forces. Audio
Delays in releasing a report into the Defence Force's handling of sexual assault are forcing women to re-live traumatic events, says one victim.
Government officials are refusing to reveal details about the levels of toxic chemical contamination of groundwater below two air bases.
HMNZS Endeavour, which carries supplies and refuels other ships at sea, is being decommissioned and its replacement won't be in service until 2020.
People in poorer areas near the main centres feel ignored by government and maligned by those outside their community, a Salvation Army report reveals.
Recreational fishers are strongly opposed to a proposal that would see commercial fishing companies paid to reduce their quotas.
Peruvian fans in Wellington for the World Cup qualifying match against the All Whites tomorrow have a packed itinerary.
The Ministry of Justice is falling below state sector benchmarks on every score, according to a survey of its own staff.
School support workers are headed back to court over a pay dispute.
Meat processor AFFCO is being accused of American-style union busting after it was fined $15,000 by the Employment Relations Authority.
New Zealand is one of the few western countries which doesn't record the number of veterans who take their own lives, the Defence Force says.
Hundreds of Victoria University staff will today play the Split Enz song I See Red once an hour, every hour, in protest over employment negotiations.
Wellington City Council could face legal action again after a pledge by several mayoral candidates to extend its living wage to all council contractors.
Hundreds of Wellington commuters are benefiting from the country's first so-called smart motorway, which opened last month. Video
With $20 billion worth of upgrades planned for the Defence Force over the next 15 years, local companies want to make sure they get a piece of the pie.
A Grey Power chapter wanting to plant marijuana between its broccoli and oregano is standing firm in the face of opposition within its own organisation. Audio
A GP breached the health and disability code after he failed to respond to a poor test result for a patient who now has terminal cancer.
An army instructor accused of grabbing recruits' testicles and pulling their hair lost perspective on his role as a teacher, the prosecution has told a court martial.