There are reports that a coal miners' disease called "black lung" has re-emerged for the first time in decades.
"They had a big array of all these fluids for the bikes and I've got a charger and a plug, and that's it."
Tourism boss says Government should look at other options for convention centre.
As the Facebook chief and his wife welcome their baby, they promise to give away 99 per cent of their Facebook shares.
Hunters breeding and releasing pigs on a remote North Taranaki station are threatening farmers' livelihoods.
The Te Kowhai internet information evening was the final installment in a project kick-started by Amanda Schaake.
Council may require some home ITM Cup games to be played away from the Cake Tin.
"We have had reports of one person catching 250 kilograms in a single season."
He quit school early and worked as a velcro salesman but now he's a made a fortune.
New Zealand ranks third in the world for charitable giving, but much of it comes from the proceeds of gambling.
One of the public sector's top bosses is set for a big pay rise in his new job.
Fonterra was wrong to put 20 South Canterbury farmers on less attractive contracts, High Court says.
Dairy prices rose 3.6 per cent at the GlobalDairyTrade auction overnight.
Rangitikei District Council told they would be trespassed if they attempted to tidy Marton train station.
"He is responsible for his actions. He is responsible for the things he writes and the attitudes he holds."
"We're not murderers ... we're honest family people making an honest living."
Personal guarantees can lead to a place in the village of the insolvent.
Australian water infrastructure firm Veolia fits the profile for a buyer of City Care, a sector expert says.
"We haven't got our hand out begging for money, we just want people to come and buy their Christmas presents here."
Terry Milne was a family man, through and through, says his devastated wife.
Wellington council panel made call to loan $300,000 in failed bid to buy jobs in We
Forklift driver's weight may have created workplace safety issue, tribunal rules.
Christmas offer for Wellington call centre workers left in lurch after CallActive collapse.
Managing director Sheryl Cleaver said the employee filmed abusing calves at the slaughterhouse was no longer with the company.
Two companies facing charges relating to allegedly promoting frozen yoghurt products which did not contain yoghurt and making false health claims.
A drone which can withstand bad weather on film sets has won an emerging technology competition.
OPINION: An overseas holiday can be laced with risks, which is where your insurance comes in.
After several reincarnations, Hamilton's Bridge Street has been renamed Anzac Parade.
The Irrigation Acceleration fund and Environment Canterbury (ECan) are spending $636,000 on a water use model for South Canterbury.
But city's hotel room rates are not yet high enough to attract new hotel construction, Hospitality Association says.