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A tightening of a rule governing microlight engine replacement will ground hundreds of planes, some pilots say - but CAA defended the move.
A US video game maker with plans for processing data from New Zealand trialled CCTV cameras on an Auckland road.
The builders of a high-rise block of apartments in central Wellington resisted getting translations done of important Chinese quality control documents.
Three suspended truck engineers issued between them on average 150 certificates a month each since 2013. That's twice the rate of other engineers.
The city council has voted to activate a district plan change to address flood hazards caused by new subdivisions and rule out big developments in high hazard areas.
A tangle over plumbing at the South Island's largest hospital building, where work is way behind time and over budget, just got worse.
Police are not ruling out using facial recognition from an expanded network of CCTV cameras in Auckland. Audio
The National Party leader has defended the running of a mobility project he claimed would revolutionise transport.
A high-tech transport project that ran into problems with its Silicon Valley partner has already cost the government more than $5 million, but another $19m will be put into it.
A government partnership with an American video game maker has burnt the New Zealand taxpayer. Video
Auckland authorities are paving the way to add hundreds, if not thousands, more CCTV cameras to the network across the city. Audio
Mechanics are speaking up about increasing numbers of motorists bringing increasingly dangerous cars to garages.
UK evacuations highlight the risks dams pose - and New Zealand doesn't have any scheme to monitor or maintain hundreds of them nationwide.
The number of fatal and serious crashes of cars, trucks and buses without warrants or Certificates of Fitness is rising.
An overhaul of the Holidays Act has been delayed by two months because a government taskforce needs more time to run tests.
Homes built of earth are getting an update to their world-leading New Zealand standards, but no thanks to the government, say their frustrated backers.
Major questions have been asked about how the beleaguered Transport Agency protects its sensitive information.
A health board that issued warrants of fitness for its maternity unit and main hospital building in Thames despite knowing they had firestopping defects, has hurriedly revoked the warrants.
Hamilton City Council is making changes after concerns about buildings that do not have warrants of fitness.
Hamilton City Council says it is holding building owners to account for safety systems despite 200 buildings in the city not having warrants of fitness.
The government's communication and PR teams are rapidly expanding in size and cost to the taxpayer.
CodeMark, which provides product approvals that cannot be challenged by councils, is in disarray after another major company pulled out of it. The Building Industry Federation believes this might…
A critical shortage of truck safety certifiers is weighing down companies with extra costs and workload.
Steel Construction New Zealand says local councils are being asked to sign off on major buildings when they have big gaps in what they know about the steel frames and seismic strength.
A leading certifier of building products, including aluminium cladding panels, has been suspended.