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Thousands of revellers turned out on the streets of Wellington to celebrate the city's International Pride Parade, capping-off the two-week long Wellington Pride Festival.
New Zealand will not be making any threats of retaliation against Donald Trump's plan to put tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum, Trade Minister David Parker says.
The hospitality industry has accused the Wellington Council of "double-dipping" in its proposal to introduce an accommodation levy in the city.
Some building industry employers are more than willing to take on undocumented immigrants because they're seen as cheap and hassle free labour, according to one leading engineering academic.
A starving dog with a bashed in eye, a neglected horse so ill it struggled to breathe and a duck in excruciating pain after its beak was blown, are listed in the report.
More than 2000 people were expected to pass through the gates of a children's festival being held just north of Wellington this weekend.
Animal rights activists continue to picket rodeos, labelling them an archaic sport that has no place in New Zealand.
New traffic signs are reminding Wellington motorists to watch out for low flying kererū.
An increase in funding to combat myrtle rust disease on native trees has been welcomed by a leading plant scientist, who says warmer temperatures could let it spread rapidly.
A free trade agreement with the European Union could have big benefits for exporters, says a trade analyst.
Beneficiary groups have slammed Work and Income over a new report showing people missing out on $200 million a year in entitlements.
An immigration advocacy group is rubbishing New Zealand First's plan to change superannuation eligibility rules for immigrants.
A taxi company boss is outraged Wellington airport has put out the welcome to Uber drivers.
The Hawke's Bay Regional Council unanimously votes to withdraw financial support after spending $14m on the controversial water storage scheme.
The Labour Party is being pressed to give more details about which regions would benefit from a tourist tax.
A farmers' group that wants to make New Zealand's rivers more swimmable is rejecting the notion cutting dairy cow numbers is the best way to do so. Audio
A warning has gone out to builders about insecure safety nets after two Auckland workers were seriously injured. Audio
The Electoral Commission is targeting the 225,000 young people who are yet to enrol to vote, with the election just weeks away.