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Nearly 10,000 homes and business in Tauranga lost their power for an hour after a cat was zapped at a substation.
The Government's overhaul of workplace safety laws has been given the thumbs up by a previously sceptical industry boss.
French politicians are set to adopt a new law that will halve the country's energy consumption by 2050 and slash its reliance on nuclear energy.
A contractor has been fined almost $35,000 over diesel spill that contaminated a central North island stream that provided water to the town of Raetihi.
The sun-powered Solar Impulse 2 aircraft has been grounded in Hawaii, its crew says, after a gruelling five-day, fuel-less flight across the Pacific Ocean overheated its batteries.
The Commerce Commission has indicated it expects to make a decision on whether Z Energy will be cleared to buy the rival Caltex petrol station chain by mid-December.
A solar-powered aircraft flying between Japan and Hawaii as part of a round-the-world bid has passed the halfway point of the perilous Pacific Ocean crossing.
Gas giant Gazprom says it is halting all natural gas supplies to Ukraine after pricing talks broke down in the latest row.
Ukraine has announced the immediate suspension of all Russian gas purchases following a breakdown of EU-mediated price negotiations.
Z Energy says its planned $785 million purchase of rival Chevron New Zealand's Caltex-branded network won't drive up prices at the pump.
Energy bosses have given Tiwai Point aluminium smelter a last-minute extension to decide whether to terminate their massive electricity contract.
It's D-day for Tiwai aluminium smelter bosses - they must give notice today to Meridian Energy if they intend to terminate their electricity contract.
The revolutionary Solar Impulse 2 aircraft has taken off for a flight over the Pacific Ocean in the most ambitious leg of its quest to circumnavigate the globe.
More than 500 Cantabrians are facing a fourth night without power following a snow storm, and more frigid weather is on its way.
Power is off for a third night for some people in Canterbury after snow blanketed the region.
There are widespread outages across the south of the region, with many homes without power until this afternoon or this evening.
Presenting green products and services as the default option makes people more likely to choose them – even if they cost more, a new study has found.
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