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It's become expected that for most of the country's highest-paying, highest-profile roles, you need a tertiary qualification.
Two businessmen have discovered a market for the green-lipped mussel's irritating cousin, the blue mussel.
The bees are in trouble, but it's not because they are dying. It's just the opposite - their numbers have almost doubled.
Oil giant Exxon Mobil, one of the world's largest producers of greenhouse gases, says it would reduce its methane emissions by 15 per cent in the next two years.
US President Donald Trump is backing away from the trade agreement the US just announced with China, under pressure from China hawks among his supporters and in Congress who have assailed the accord as a capitulation.
The Government's collection of tax has recovered significantly, following a slump in the years after the global financial crisis in 2007-08.
Less than a week before ice hockey's Stanley Cup Finals are expected to bring a flood of sports fans to Las Vegas, Nevada's largest labour union has voted to authorise a strike that could paralyse the biggest casinos on the strip and cost the tourist magnet a fortune.
Kiwis should get a much better idea within a few months of how computers are being used by government agencies to make decisions about them.
People are hitting retirement with big mortgages still to pay off, and shelling out for life insurance policies in case they die in debt.
Not many of us would think that using your mouth at work can help to prevent a workplace injury, but in fact it's the best piece of safety gear around.
OPINION: There is no argument that New Zealand is one of a very few countries in the world well-placed to run much, if not quite all, of its economy on electricity.
Event Cinemas is feeling the force of strike action, as a new Star Wars movie premieres across the country.
The busiest McDonald's in Hawke's Bay will be the first in the country to offer a menu written in both English and te reo, MÄori TV reports.
A preferred option to continue to try and eradicate Mycoplasma bovis will be put to Cabinet on Monday where a final decision will be made.
A Canterbury farm previously found to be exploiting volunteer labour is being investigated by the SPCA over the living conditions of its animals.
Elizabeth Lovell's prowess with making wreaths came to the fore as soldiers were welcomed home to HÄwera after the First World War ended.
A popular Central Otago Italian restaurant destroyed by fire will rise from the ashes before the peak summer season returns.
A group of Central Otago residents is outraged a 70-person, 19-unit complex has been consented without public notification in their neighbourhood.