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68 new KiwiBuild homes will be built in New Plymouth's poorest suburb, but almost half of residents earn $20k or less a year. [Read More]
It fooled them for a while but Inglewood's fake speed camera is now a bust. [Read More]
As long as their information was correct at the time they labelled coastal hazards, the council cannot be held responsible for later erosion. [Read More]
Police confirm the Sealord fisherman who died in October was Patahi Rewi Kawana. [Read More]
Young Nelson actors have given a Kiwi makeover to an international animated video outlining the devastating impacts of child abuse. [Read More]
The glass recycling system near Motueka has been upgraded, just in time for summer drinks. [Read More]
Pakistan weren't the only ones to lose out when the Black Caps pulled off a remarkable comeback win at Abu Dhabi on Monday. [Read More]
The Bali Nine drug smuggler has been released after spending more than 13 years behind bars. [Read More]
A Southland housing action group is heading to Wellington next week to help tackle the region's housing concerns. [Read More]
A crew of 12 firefighters are battling a blaze at a laundromat in New Lynn in West Auckland. [Read More]
A $6.3 million Lotto Powerball win has gone to a ticket bought in Hamilton. [Read More]
Kiwi-born Gareth Anscombe could be considered for a fullback role when Wales take on South Africa. [Read More]
A remote Marlborough Sounds location with perilous access turns a small build into a big task. [Read More]
The food and fashion complex in Christchurch will soon include Joyful Express and Coffee Culture. [Read More]
A new bistro in Otago that opened less than two weeks ago has been forced to close because of "turds, toilet paper, and piss". [Read More]
Christchurch residents risk a return of chlorination to parts of the city and potential restrictions after pleas to cut back on water use are ignored. [Read More]
Kids will get a taste of democracy this weekend as Te Papa hosts mock elections. [Read More]
A gathering of more than 40 "freedom campers" has council pondering an end to unrestricted parking on Wellington's scenic waterfront. [Read More]
Robert De Niro and his wife of two decades have reportedly split. [Read More]
The foundation compensated "comfort women" who were forced to work in Japan's military brothels. [Read More]
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