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Details of a council-led review of the Shelly Bay project in Wellington have been released.
Residents in a Wellington suburb say a bottle store is not in keeping with the village and its presence would increase alcohol consumption in the neighbourhood.
Plans to build a branch of Te Papa in South Auckland have been shut down by lack of funding.
Artists says the police should have commissioned an artist to decorate walls near holding cells in a Wellington police station, instead of opening it up to a competition.
Whanau and friends of a man killed by a woman driving the wrong way on a Wellington motorway say her sentence isn't enough.
A Māori lawyer who is at the front-line of the justice system in New Zealand is supporting calls to overhaul it.
Netball New Zealand is keen to pay its players better, but says there needs to be proper global recognition and increased sponsorship of women's sport. Audio
Unvaccinated children in Auckland should still return to school today despite the measles outbreak continuing, health authorities say.
Wellington's regional council chair Chris Laidlaw has confirmed he won't run in the local body elections this October.
Te Papa Museum says building a new museum and storage space in south Auckland is no longer a priority, after being denied funding for the project in this year's Budget.
Wellington apartment owners could be forced to spend more to make their buildings earthquake safe, than the value of their home.
Wellington Mayor Justin Lester plans to make the city's Golden Mile car-free and to end homelessness in the city, if he is re-elected.
Community organisations have come together in Porirua to make homes healthier for children.
People being gay or bisexual is not something to fear, but it's something sports organisations in New Zealand are finding difficult to address, a researcher says.
A government decision not to go ahead with an interchange on State Highway 2 in Lower Hutt has huge implications for plans to prevent flooding in the area, a regional councillor says.
Friends of a man killed in the mosque attacks last month say they hope a futsal tournament in his honour will help cheer up people devastated by the loss, including a young group of boys he helped…
An advocate for young Muslim people is concerned about what mental health services are available for his peers following the shootings at two mosques in Christchurch.
One month on from the terrorist attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, many people are still struggling to come to terms with what happened.
A senior UN official who is in NZ to talk to the people affected by the Christchurch terror attacks says not enough is being done to end Islamaphobia and racism across the world.
Two grandmothers will help deliver a petition to parliament next month calling for funding for a drug said to have changed the lives of children overseas.
More apartments blocks in Wellington city and suburbs could soon change the face of the city.
City councillors have moved a motion to oppose the proposed name change to the University of Wellington.
A scientist says his community is shocked Te Papa museum has listed an ad for a new curator to work with molluscs, after just making a world-renowned mollusc expert redundant.
A Muslim man who says he was approached by the SIS believes his privacy has been breached, and is accusing the security agency of unfairly targeting his community.
As Christchurch grappled with the grief caused by the mosque shootings last week, a group of Muslim men, dealing with their own grief, set up deckchairs in different parts of the city, and invited…