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OPINION: New Zealand's a small place and word gets around about the places you just don't want to work; and those you'd love to get a job offer from.
OPINION: I am a dairy farmer's wife, mother, grandmother and a former hairdresser. I have a big heart, great work ethic and an innate ability to string several swear words together to form a sentence, a talent which I place firmly and squarely on my Irish father's shoulders.
Greater Wellington Regional Council admits things aren't perfect, but it's asking bus commuters to persevere as Metlink irons out problems in its new bus network.
An immersive virtual reality concept for the proposed Christchurch stadium is hoped to start conversations around what the high-profile project could mean for the city.
A popular pizza place in Auckland owes more than $1.36 million to its employees, Inland Revenue and other creditors.
A property-owning partnership descended into hostility with complaints of food smells, disconnected power, and unpaid bills, a court has found.
When Australian mother Gloria Hawke bought a Maclaren stroller for her son, Cael, in 2011 she had no idea how dangerous it was.
A WorkSafe investigation is underway after five office staff in downtown New Plymouth were hospitalised with carbon monoxide poisoning from a suspected faulty work site generator.
Holly was born in the early 1980s - making her a "Xennial" part of the mini-generation born in the years that preceded the arrival of "Millennials".
Damages of $57 million are now being sought against government grants agency Callaghan Innovation by Trends Publishing, in a lawsuit that is due to kick off at the High Court in Auckland in a fortnight.
Suspicious behaviour and intruders lurking on his farm, has led a South Canterbury alpaca farmer to believe he is being targeted by animal rights activists.
New Zealand supermarkets are rewarding customers who remember to bring their own shopping bags, but not quite to the level of their Australian counterparts.
â The walls are coming down atâ Erskine College, the treasured Catholic school in Island Bay, to make way for 96 townhouses.
Higher oil prices and a weaker New Zealand dollar are expected to see inflation hit 2 per cent later this year, although the increase may be fleeting.
Two weeks before the deadline for public submissions on mandatory country of origin labelling, a pared-back version of the proposed law has been released.
Last year about 98 per cent of New Zealanders received water that met the necessary chemical standards, a recent report from the Ministry of Health says.