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While more viewed China as a threat, New Zealanders also reported feeling closer to many Asian nations than before, according to the survey.
A man accused by dozens of Chinese construction workers of misleading them with promises of well-paid jobs in New Zealand has left the country.
A souvenir shop owner wants the government to learn from Australia and offer rental support to businesses struggling because of the pandemic.
Two unions have presented more than 15,000 signatures to two MPs, calling for the government to give residency to long-term migrant workers and over-stayers.
An Auckland property owner feels helpless after years of fighting for a fix to the wrongly installed extractor system spewing smoke above her store.
A young migrant says he feels trapped because he cannot study, work or volunteer due to continued delays in residence visa processing by Immigration New Zealand.
A hospitality worker says the workplace culture for her industry needs to change and workers should stay connected to achieve that.
Minister of Immigration Kris Faafoi says he has been assured the 10 men facing deportation to China have been afforded their rights, that the correct processes have been followed and there is no…
Ten Chinese men facing deportation for staying and working in New Zealand illegally are in custody at police stations in Auckland.
An Auckland car dealer is sounding the alarm after a newly-arrived Porsche was stolen from its front yard during the day.
A migrant workers association says it's concerned about the welfare of the 10 Chinese men who were found working unlawfully and now face deportation. Audio
The brakes might be on the long-awaited walking and cycling path across the Auckland Harbour Bridge due to fundamental technical issues.
Tourism firms and business groups want the government to get on and rubber stamp a travel bubble with Australia. Audio
A free driving programme for ex-offenders has ambitions to teach those behind bars.
The Director-General of Health was invited to the Black Caps vs Australia Twenty20 match in Wellington on Sunday by New Zealand Cricket.
Health experts are urging New Zealanders to take advantage of the Covid-19 vaccination rollout, but reminding that it takes a while for the vaccine to take effect.
Thousands of Aucklanders left the city on Sunday, between lockdown being announced and the change coming into force.
The skipper of a yacht who put out a mayday call last week failed to cancel it when he could have after reaching calmer seas, but Maritime NZ says he was under high stress.
Aucklanders are supporting compulsory scanning of the Covid Tracer but an epidemiologist says it should be used in high-risk situations only.
Clinicians are wading through a flood of Covid-19 tests, in the hope that Auckland can move out of alert level 3 by tomorrow night.
The Chinese spring festival begins today, marking the start of the year of the ox and also one of the most important traditional festivals in Chinese culture.
A government survey suggests people are becoming increasingly relaxed about protecting themselves from the risk of Covid-19.
A dying New Zealand expat who was initially denied an MIQ spot has now been granted one, to his family's relief.
People in Northland are divided on an iwi proposal to reinstate checkpoints in Northland in the light of a new community case of Covid-19.
The new community case of Covid-19 in Northland has locals worried about another community outbreak.