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Auckland has once again emerged as one of the top 10 most livable cities in the world.
New Zealand's annual migration extended its decade highs in July, with the inflow continuing to surpass Treasury and Reserve Bank expectations.
Marsden Maritime Holdings, formerly known as Northland Port Corp, has been publicly censured by the stock market's disciplinary tribunal, which said Northland Regional Council was a related entity and shouldn't have participated in a vote to hike the pool of director fees.
A man in New Zealand has survived after his head was impaled by a meat hook in a meat plant at Bay of Plenty.
An artist impression of the upgrade to Mt Eden rail station to be built as part of the City Rail Link.
A Porirua lawyer may have set a legal precedent with far-reaching consequences after getting a $35 speeding ticket thrown out by a court.
Tally Ho!," the debut single of ruddy New Zealand pop band The Clean, sports all the sonic grace of music transcribed to an Edison wax cylinder.
Soon after claiming voters were being turned off by dirty politics, Prime Minister John Key has taken a shot at Green Party co-leader Russel Norman, saying he must have been smoking dope to believe the Greens could pay off debt faster than National.
New Zealand's largest listed company Fletcher Building posted a four per cent rise in annual net profit Wednesday as a strong performance in its home market offset weakness in Australia.
A Palmerston North man has been sent to prison for seriously injuring three women after crashing his speeding car into theirs - and police have said another more serious charge could be on its way in the wake of one of his victims dying.
A man's head has been impaled on a hook from a piece of equipment at a meat processing plant in Bay of Plenty.
Trapped in a stream at the bottom of a gully, pinned down by a half-tonne concrete block, Ken Miller thought he was sure to either drown or lose his arm.
Lower Hutt developer Kevin Melville has been told not to do any more work on the exterior of an old Petone theatre building before he gets consent for a proposed new retail and apartment development.
New Zealand's government cut its forecast for economic growth and projected smaller budget surpluses as it opened the books a month out from a general election.
Three companies have been fined nearly $120,000 in total and ordered to pay combined reparation of $20,000 after a woman was hit by a reversing forklift.
According to local media, several billboards of the prime minister were defaced.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 01:23 am
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