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The Prime Minister has outlined the Government's plans for social housing, but Opposition parties say it won't fix the problem.
Small businesses and job growth will be the Labour Party's top priority for the next two years, as it focuses on increasing wages and reducing poverty.
The former head of Auckland's Heart of the City has admitted four charges of tax evasion.
The blaze near Flock Hill Station in Canterbury is now 80 percent contained, but fire crews aren't taking any risks.
A violent prisoner who escaped custody at the Christchurch District Court was hoping to visit his terminally ill aunt, a court has heard.
A 10-year project to save and restore three historic huts in Antarctica has finally been finished.
For many it's made the return to the office more difficult, and now the spell of dry sunny days is making life harder for some who work the land.
While Prime Minister John Key's speech was loaded with detail, Labour Party leader Andrew Little's was light.
An investigation is underway after a Manawatu woman was among six who died in one of France's deadliest avalanches in years.
The Royal New Zealand SPCA has hit back at comments made by its Auckland executive director, which suggested dog attacks are related to the ethnicity of owners.
The heatwave that has bathed the country has also seen a spike in drownings, with five people dying in three days.
Otago's albatross colonies are all set for a bumper breeding season this year, with 17 of 27 eggs already safely hatched.
Cyclists who saw the ignition of a massive blaze which continues to cause trouble for Canterbury firefighters say it may have been started by a tractor.
Drivers are being warned to keep an eye out for potentially dangerous "summer ice" on the roads.
A forestry worker has been injured after being caught between two fallen trees near Nelson.
A man has been exposing himself to young girls in the streets of Devonport and Belmont on Auckland's North Shore.
The death of Jayden Tilby, whose body was found in the Whanganui River, is being treated as unexplained by police.
In his State of the Nation speech in Auckland this afternoon, Prime Minister John Key laid out sweeping changes to the state housing sector.
Police believe a fire which damaged a building on a marae in Mt Maunganui yesterday may have been deliberately lit.
A baby morepork has spread its wings and is a step closer to being released into the wild after being cared for at Wellington Zoo.
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