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Enrolments at a Manukau Institute of Technology course have been stopped after it was found students were being marked too leniently.
Martin Marinovich cared for his mother since he was nine. Shortly before he attacked her, he told a family friend he couldn't cope any more.
A love for gardening and weeding has led jeweler Lisa West down a rabbit hole of making creepy crawlies visible to people who look right past them in the wild. Audio, Gallery
A new year and a new home for 250 geese who were resident at Western Springs in Auckland. Audio
A grieving father wants a crackdown on logging companies, saying they should have to prove they are safe before they are allowed to hire workers.
A charity will set 1500 stoat traps on Auckland's Waiheke Island on Monday.
Police are mourning the death of one of their own, after a "well-loved and respected" officer died following a crash.
An Auckland logging company has to pay more than $400,000 after one its employees was crushed to death at work in 2017.
Wellington and Auckland in particular are battling ageing water pipes that aren't up to the job of burgeoning populations. Audio
For the first time a woman will appear today in a New Zealand court accused of smuggling in Asiatic black bear bile from China.
Borni Te Rongopai Tukiwaho is heavily involved in Te Pou Theatre and the Hobson Street Theatre Company that works with Auckland's homeless while also running Atawhai, a two month-long mental health… Audio
Auckland Transport is planning on converting its CityLink fleet to electric buses from the end of the year.
A woman on trial for murdering her abusive partner has told a jury she was protecting her son when she stabbed him.
The jury in the trial of a woman accused of murdering her abusive partner has heard what her son told police the night of the stabbing.
Women and those identifying as women can stay at the new shelter for up to twelve weeks with support of a bed, food, shower and laundry facilities.
SkyCity's chief executive has confirmed its convention centre won't be hosting the APEC summit next year - due to the damage done to its convention centre in October's fire.
Disadvantaged residents in Glen Innes are voicing their struggles in accessing lifesaving healthcare, healthy food, and employment.
A man accused of murdering a woman in west Auckland last year can now be named.
Traffic has now eased after part of an Auckland motorway that was closed reopened.
A proposed "youth prison" has drawn further backlash, with residents rubbishing the government's latest attempt to test the suburban detention centre's impact on the community.