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Heavy industry is set to stay in Mount Maunganui despite air pollution problems, but stricter controls have been put in place on what will be allowed in future.
A hunter has been shot and killed in the Urewera Ranges, sparking a police investigation.
A person has died in a workplace incident where a quad bike rolled in Tauranga, Bay of Plenty.
The Ombudsman's call to open council workshops is a "hard nut to crack", a Western Bay of Plenty councillor says.
A fire allowed to burn for hours, a door with four locks, holes in the walls and scattered rubbish - these are some of the living conditions at Rotorua's Spa Lodge described in a council assessment.
Two Tauranga hapū will be able to reconnect with their whenua with reserve land likely to be returned to them.
The council issued the lodge two dangerous building notices within a week.
Edgecumbe farmers say large-scale solar farms on some of the Rangitaiki Plains' most elite soil is short-sighted.
A man convicted of a double-murder more than 30 years ago whose case is back in court is hopeful the facts will be looked at. Audio
The commission that administers the city has reconsidered after submissions from a business owner.
Reviews into how authorities did during the year's biggest storms are carrying on months after defences were found wanting.
"I am resisting the urge to say 'I told you so'," one councillor said.
Police say it appears a person has critical injuries after a vehicle crashed in Te Puke.
Police had relentlessly attempted to "crack" Shargin Stephens by bail-checking him several times a day, a witness revealed in the inquest into his death.
Rotorua school principals are concerned their schools will not be able to support burgeoning student numbers from new housing developments in the city. Audio
More than seven years after he was shot by police, the whānau of Shargin Stephens will finally have their time in court.
Eighty workers being laid off from a mill in Gisborne say the sudden job loss is devastating.
It is 50 years since The Rocky Horror Show premiered at the Royal Court Theatre in London. Audio
A public fountain in Tauranga where a pre-schooler is believed to have drowned will be modified to prevent such a tragedy from happening again.
The out-of-date volcano exhibit tells visitors that it is still possible to visit Whakaari / White Island by helicopter.