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The switch to online banking could place older people at greater risk of scams or fraud, an advocate says.
A union organiser says progress is being made on the plight of jobless Filipino workers following a meeting this afternoon.
About 500 people lost their jobs when a labour hire group ELE went into liquidation.
There are concerns that thousands of students at low decile schools are missing out on support that could help them ace their exams.
Some pensioners have lost all their belongings after flash flooding quickly inundated their homes in Waihī Beach, in Bay of Plenty.
The huge demand for youth services is causing long waits for patients, with some practices even being forced to turn new clients away, says the New Zealand College of Clinical Psychologists.
AI checking software was one tool teachers could use, but Kit Willett says they were not always reliable.
The owners of a popular West Auckland restaurant say severe weather and continued road closures over the past few months has forced them out of business.
"Our little warrior" - those were a mother's words in court before the man who brutally killed her daughter was sentenced to life in jail.
Most members of Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners have at least one patient who is dependent on the painkiller, tramadol, the college says.
National Party leader Christopher Luxon and deputy leader Nicola Willis were given a tour through a state-of-the-art guide dog training facility this week.
A New Zealander killed fighting in Ukraine was farewelled today, with his funeral taking place in three parts across Auckland.
Easter is just around the corner, but you might find this year's chocolate bunnies and eggs cost about 10 percent more than last year.
Inflation is everywhere these days, and the concert industry is no exception, with rising ticket prices hitting music fans where it hurts.
A student at a respected music school says she was given just over two weeks' notice that her course had been called off.
Interest in charcoal and wood barbecues has soared over the last two years as more people try out slow cooked meats, according to retailers.