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The controversial health and safety legislation overhauls workplace safety standards, but criticism has fallen on what industries have been defined as high or low-risk.
The Greens are afraid ministers will use a damning report by Commissioner for Children Russell Wills as a reason for handing over vulnerable children to private care providers.
Fire has torn through the clubrooms of Canterbury's Glenmark Rugby Football Club, which has produced a swag of All Blacks.
Almost a third of New Zealand women continue to drink even after they've found out they're pregnant, a new study shows.
It's been a deadly 12 hours in Waikato and Counties with three people dying in separate vehicle accidents.
The cycle trail project launched in 2009 has created more than 1000 jobs and at least 60 new businesses, Prime Minister John Key says.
The man killed in mechanical workshop accident in Oamaru has been named by police.
It's a popular bill, it has majority support in parliament, and the government doesn't want a bar of it.
A self-proclaimed Christchurch wizard has been slapped with a ban from Orana Wildlife Park after he began chanting and beating his chest at the gorillas.
Auckland street artist Paul Walsh has made a name for himself turning utility boxes into head-turning art pieces.
Dramatic video has emerged showing the moment an avalanche claimed the life of Sydney man Roger Greville.
Labour MP Stuart Nash has renewed his call for an inquiry into petrol prices.
Approval has been granted for a journalist to interview Scott Watson, the man convicted of the murders of Olivia Hope and Ben Smart, following a court battle.
A consortium of Canterbury leaders and authorities have come together to set a new economic path for the region's post-quake era to safeguard its way of life.
Hastings has been handed an award for most beautiful city, and its toilets aren’t half bad to look at either, say organisers.
Emergency services were called out to the two-car collision about 1km from Riversdale at 9.30am today.
A year-long Commerce Commission investigation into mobile truck shops has found almost all of them are breaking the law.
An ombudsman's report has put another nail in the coffin of private prison operator Serco.
KiwiBank earnings were the major driver for NZ Post this year which posted a 34 percent increase in profits, but it still faces the problem of dropping letter volumes.
The United States produced some unexpectedly good economic news today. Its economy has grown faster than predicted.
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