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Christchurch families who lost a 12-year-old boy and his uncle in a crash have given tearful statements in court about the trauma they have suffered as a result.
The theory that it was 1080 that killed about 600 rats, an octopus, a calf and other animals that washed up on a West Coast beach is highly unlikely, a DOC manager says.
Businesses in Greymouth are seeing profits down 50 percent because a slip is blocking a state highway, the town's mayor says.
Victims of the country's largest Ponzi scheme are angry that proposed insolvency law reforms have been shelved, leaving future investors vulnerable.
A Tekapo resident says she is willing to go to the High Court to prevent a 112-room hotel being built on her street.
Police are calling on more Picton locals to volunteer for community patrols to cope with an influx of tourists this summer.
Immigrants say they wouldn't recommend New Zealand to others interested in coming here, because of steep costs for the reinstated Parent Visa Category.
Religious leaders are appalled that the Christchurch mosque shooting appears to have inspired a copycat.
A controversial defence industry forum will not go ahead this year partly because of what organisers are calling aggressive protesters.
Over 250 South Canterbury farmers met with government officials today, to vent their frustrations over the new freshwater policy.
Christchurch mayoral candidate Darryll Park says improving council owned housing would be his top priority if elected.
Frustration is building between Christchurch restaurateurs and taxi drivers over the lack of parking in the city, with no solution in sight.
Hundreds of messages and tributes left in the wake of Christchurch mosque attacks have been put on show at Christchurch Art Gallery.
This morning media were given a final chance to walk through Christchurch's Lancaster Park before it is completely demolished.
Christchurch's mayoral candidates gave 300 people a lively debate last night, covering water chlorination, rates, assets, cycleways and a new stadium.
A family of nine are desperate for work and a place to live after fleeing the Gloriavale Christian Community.
Fistball is a sport best seen, not described. It's volleyball's estranged cousin, and New Zealand's men's team is at the world cup.
An expert in coastal erosion says the Timaru District Council should consider relocating the city's velodrome.
A crowdfunding campaign has been set up to raise money for people who flee Gloriavale Christian Community on the West Coast.
Evacuated residents in Northwood are waiting for engineers to decide whether they will ever be able to live in their homes again.
Jewish community leaders joined Muslim officials in Christchurch today, to hand over a million dollars raised in an American city for the victims of the Christchurch mosque attacks.
A Christchurch City Councillor says the fire at Antonio Hall was an accident waiting to happen.
A heritage order is being sought by people on the West Coast to protect four 300-year-old rātā trees from being chopped down.
Crusaders fans might be getting used to having the country's best rugby team, but there was no sign today of winners' fatigue.