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As you pull into Kaikōura High School, it's hard not to notice the line of portaloos and red tape, reports Sally Murphy. Video
Today marks a year since a scenic helicopter flight over Fox Glacier over turned to disaster. Today marks a year since a scenic helicopter flight over Fox Glacier over turned...
Auckland University's earthquake-prone Maidment Theatre could be demolished to make way for a new facility.
Nine people have been arrested for trespassing following a protest at a recruitment agency in Auckland.
A student at an Auckland international college has made a complaint with the Human Rights Commission, accusing his teacher of taunting him because he is Punjabi.
A new sexual violence court may mean more people are willing to lay complaints, victim advocates say.
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff has hit the pause button on a council development agency's plan to build a 75m walkway into Waitematā Harbour.
Dairy farmers are being urged to check their farms for hidden cameras after some Waikato farmers found them in their milking sheds.
An Aucklander whose name and photo were posted on a site where people trade nude images says she is hugely concerned and doesn't know how to get the picture taken down.
There were tears of relief as passengers on an Air New Zealand flight that struck turbulence, which injured crew, on Sunday landed in Auckland.
A spate of violent offences carried out by young people recently is extremely concerning, police say.
Hundreds of quarries could still be unregistered as a two-year window to register with WorkSafe ends.
A man found guilty of throwing horse manure at a judge previously attempted to do the same to Prince Charles.
A Colin McCahon painting which sold for a record $1.35 million will join the buyer's personal collection, but may be shown in public in the near future.
Three out of four New Zealand men under 30 and more than half of all men have been victim to online harassment, a survey has shown.
The type of helicopter in which two men died should not be flying in New Zealand, their families say.
Franz Josef's 300 ratepayers could face a $6.2 million bill if the wider region votes they have to pay for their new sewerage system, after flooding earlier this year. Audio
Canterbury residents are worried their drinking water could be contaminated if an application by 10 quarries to dig even deeper is granted. Audio
Recent allegations of fish dumping are not a fair representation of the industry, the Federation of Commercial Fisherman president says.
A group opposing the sale of water rights in Ashburton say it will meet the council to discuss its concerns, and may take legal action to stop the sale.
A second company interested in buying land in Ashburton with attached water consents says it wants to stop offshore companies from stealing NZ's resources.
A new assessment approach will be used by the EQC to process more than 10,000 claims received following quakes in Chch this year.
A ban is about to be placed on winter-fishing in parts of Canterbury due to declining river quality.
Calls are being made to allow the logging of native trees to return on the West Coast in an effort to create jobs.
London has one, New York has one and now Christchurch has one, after property developers branded part of its CBD the West End.