An Invercargill-based charity has been recognised for its efforts to transform the lives of tāngata whaikaha who've been isolated by their disability.
Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters says he'll be watching out for potential cost blow-outs for Auckland's light rail project, after warnings from a source…
The demolition of the empty buildings at the City Rail Link project's Mt Eden site in Auckland has started today.
Methamphetamine dealers whose own addiction caused their offending can now receive a sentence discount of up to 30 percent.
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Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters says he'll be watching out for potential cost blow-outs for Auckland's light rail project, after warnings from a source within the transport industry.
The pilot killed in a microlight crash in central Otago more than two years ago had let his passenger take the controls, an accident report shows.
A Southland man whose life has likely been cut short due to lengthy delays in receiving cancer treatment is demanding better access to healthcare for Southern patients.
The Health and Disability… Video, Audio
Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters says he'll be keeping a close eye on the price tag for light rail in Auckland, after being alerted to potential cost blow-outs by an industry source.
An inquest into the death of a young man in a police cell has heard he may have survived if a detox centre was available at the time.
Twenty-one-year-old Sentry Taitoko was high on drugs and… Audio
Armed police are on patrol in Wairoa after the police were targeted in two shootings.
A shotgun was fired at the front door of an officer's house at about 1pm Saturday, followed by more shots outside… Video, Audio
The Southern DHB has been forced to apologise to four urology patients for falling short in their treatment and care - issues that reduced the life expectancy of one man who now has secondary cancer.
The Southern DHB has been forced to apologise to four urology patients for falling short in their treatment and care - problems that likely cut the life expectancy of one man who now has secondary… Video, Audio
Restrictions around whether teachers can hug or touch students may soon be relaxed. Currently teachers can't physically restrain students unless they're a danger to others. Audio
A woman died of an infection after serious wounds were poorly managed by a resthome and they became infested with maggots.
Police have announced they're going to introduce Armed Response Teams in Waikato, Auckland and Canterbury as a part of trial. Audio
The Timaru District Council has trialled New Zealand's first programme to promote reusable sanitary products in schools.
NZ First had their conference over the weekend and while there were no big announcements, a couple of things came out of it. Audio
The deputy Health and Disability Commissioner has found several failures in the care of an elderly woman at a Cambridge rest home, but her son says the report is a whitewash.
A man who was seriously injured during an assault in South Auckland on Saturday has died in hospital.
A political expert says New Zealand can't become complacent when it comes to security and creating alliances.
The government's school donation scheme has highlighted widespread abuse of the rules that govern what schools can charge parents for and principals are expecting a crack-down.
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