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The cycle trail project launched in 2009 has created more than 1000 jobs and at least 60 new businesses, Prime Minister John Key says.
It's a popular bill, it has majority support in parliament, and the government doesn't want a bar of it.
A year-long Commerce Commission investigation into mobile truck shops has found almost all of them are breaking the law.
Celebrities, including Blackcaps Captain Brendon McCullum, and thousands of volunteers are doing their bit to raise money to fight cancer.
The Kiwi tradition of washing a car in a driveway or street is now banned in Porirua and residents don't like it, saying it's an attack on "little people" and family life.
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.
After months of argument between the Government and the Auckland Council over the region's future transport projects, the two have signed a deal intended to settle their differences.
The state-run farmer Landcorp appears to be giving up on plans to create the world's biggest dairy farm, after posting a $20 million loss as the dairy slump bites.
Kiwis are being encouraged to speak up about voluntary euthanasia and whether it should become law in New Zealand.
Up to 1600 new Auckland homes will be provided in 11 new special housing areas, the Housing Minister announced today.
Plans are underway to drop around 60 jobs at the Christchurch City Council with 175 roles to be disestablished and 115 new positions created in a new 'change proposal'.
Maori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell has started an investigation into the affairs of a Far North Maori trust board.
The sharp drop in global dairy prices has cut into Landcorp's profits, which are down almost 85 percent.
John Key is taking his role as All Black fanboy-in-chief to an all new level by attending the selection of the All Blacks World Cup team on Sunday.
A proposal to cut back key services to Christchurch red-zoners will be put before city councillors today.
Rugby World Cup fans will be able to watch all 48 games from the comfort of their local pub – but not everyone's drinking to that.
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