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District Heath Boards are ill-equipped to deal with the rising number of infections resulting from medical treatment, a health watchdog says.
The increasing preference of offshore production could push the New Zealand textile industry to die off within two years, the founder of outdoor apparel brand Swazi says.
An outdoor apparel company shareholder has rubbished the claims T-shirts cannot be manufactured in New Zealand. Video
Greater Wellington Regional Council would implement a fuel tax if legislation before the house is passed, it says.
People living in a quake-prone Lower Hutt apartment building will have to find new homes following their landlords' conviction for failing to carry out urgent strengthening work.
Netflix has asked the Chief Censor to give season two of the controversial programme 13 Reasons Why a rating, after a new classification was created for the first series. Video, Audio
The Department of Conservation says it will drastically reduce helicopter trips to a remote Fiordland glacier, after the landings were found to be unlawful.
Mothers are almost twice as likely to experience financial hardship following a break up, a new study has revealed.
A South Auckland woman is accusing car clamp companies of deliberately targeting poor areas.
The Ministry of Health says pornography is becoming increasingly violent.
An investigation by the Civil Aviation Authority has found its former Deputy Chairman of the board used confidential information to gain commercial advantage.
New Zealand Post has announced they'll be increasing the cost of sending a domestic letter by 20 cents.
Northland doctor and political aspirant Lance O'Sullivan says urgent action is needed to rid New Zealand of pokie machines.
The latest call for an end to rodeos has been rejected by the government, which says it will need more evidence for a ban.
New Zealand hasn't had a below average temperature since January last year, scientists say.
A 15-year-old was held in a police station for six nights because there were no beds at any youth facility in the country, the boy's lawyer says.
A last-minute protest at Parliament has called for the new government to pull out of the revised Trans Pacific Partnership, a day before it is signed.
A group of researchers say they've developed a molecule that may be able to strengthen current vaccines and help in the development of new ones.
A new law enabling the compulsory treatment of drug and alcohol addicts is limiting the number of beds available, a counsellor says.
A starving dog with a bashed in eye, a neglected horse so ill it struggled to breathe and a duck in excruciating pain after its beak was blown, are listed in the report.