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A Victoria University student is stranded in India because she cannot get a visa for her newborn son.
The National Party is accusing the government of not acting fast enough to help a group of Chinese workers who have been left in limbo.
Left without stable work after paying tens of thousands of dollars for the job opportunity, about 50 men cannot get evidence of their work needed for new visas.
People in New Zealand are thought to be falling victim to scams on hugely popular Chinese sites, but New Zealand authorities are not getting the reports.
A bakery has been ordered to pay more than $35,000 to a former employee who is now facing deportation over his criminal activities.
Residents say they are sad to see the iconic signpost at the Panmure roundabout in Auckland be removed to make way for a $1 billion busway project.
An Auckland woman whose daughter needs surgery for an extremely rare condition has sold her business to help pay for the treatment she can't access in New Zealand.
The soft plastics recycling bins that people used to see at supermarkets are not likely to be making a comeback any time soon.
At 95 years old, John Sato admits he is a bit out of touch with the modern world, but he still took four buses to join the Auckland march against racism on Sunday.
A group of visiting Chinese businesspeople have raised $2.35 million for victims of the Christchurch mass shooting.
A man was stranded at a Chinese airport for 20 hours because of an error made by Immigration New Zealand.
The conservation student behind a project to put 100 nesting boxes on islands around the Hauraki Gulf hopes it will help the world's smallest penguin population to flourish.
An exterminator says they decided not to remove a giant German wasp nest to avoid a huge amount of insecticide falling into a local stream.
Two Indian priests say they have been exploited since coming to work in New Zealand, earning just $2000 and $1000 respectively for six months' work.
A group of out-of-work Chinese construction workers say even though they've been offered jobs, they are stuck in limbo until they get valid visas.
A union representing a group of Chinese workers is calling for the government's help for the men who now have no work and nowhere to live.