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A high-pitched noise used by Christchurch City Council to deter young people from loitering and fighting outside Papanui Library has been turned off. Video
A device that makes a high-pitched sound, generally only audible to those under 25, is being used to deter loitering outside a Christchurch library. Video
Christchurch's only surviving 19th century timber bridge has been put back to work today.
BNZ has joined the other eight default KiwiSaver providers in reviewing or ditching investments in companies that make contentious weapons.
Fresh water advocates say the Environment Minister is ignoring the real problems by blaming birds for pollution in rivers and lakes.
It's impossible to make all New Zealand lakes and lagoons swimmable without a massive bird cull, Environment Minister Nick Smith says.
Christchurch housing providers are having trouble finding housing for the homeless, a cross-party homeless inquiry has heard today.
Locals in the West Coast town of Ross are pleading with police to reinstate a community officer.
Part of a crucial road linking Sumner to Lyttelton is being repaired, five years after being damaged in the Christchurch earthquakes.
Employers are being recognised for paying staff the 'living wage' including one who had in the past struggled on the minimum wage.
A group of campaigners has walked more than 300km to present a petition to Parliament to make New Zealand's fresh waterways swimmable. Video, Audio
The endangered turtle who washed up in Wellington nearly three weeks ago is about to move to Auckland.