The final four contenders replacement flags have been revealed.
OPINION: Now we've got something to love or hate, Kiwis are finally showing some passion about the flag.
And then there were four. The new flag designs to be pitted against the country's current flag have been revealed.
More government money pours into Manawatu, Whanganui and Taranaki to help those worst affected by June's flooding.
New NZ bank notes will come into circulation next month.
Two Labour Party MPs attended a fundraiser held by a trust that runs a charter school.
OPINION: John Key probably wasn't expecting the typical Kiwi "yeah nah" response.
The Earthquake Commission has spent $68m on staff travel costs in the past five years.
Richie McCaw has thrown his support behind the Prime Minister for a flag change.
Business confidence slips to a six-year low amid warnings growth could grind to a halt.
OPINION: Christ Trotter writes that if Jeremy Corbyn is elected as leader of the British Labour Party, it will reverberate particularly loudly here in New Zealand.
Wellington's mayor says Aucklanders tired of high house prices and long commutes should move to the capital.
Midwives have lodged the nation's biggest equal pay challenge.
John Key says the Rugby Union wanted to make the World Cup squad announcement from Parliament.
Midwives' major equal pay court case may be about disparity between industries, rather than sexism: PM.
Politicians are scarce in Parliament on a Sunday, but this was no ordinary Sunday.
New Zealand needs a transport policy that links road, port and rail, Don Braid says.
Hamilton City Council has opted out of a proposed online voting trial.
Former spy who sued police after his decade of deception is believed to have been awarded a settlement.
The biggest shake up of State housing in decades is about to get underway.
The tracks of the Alps 2 Ocean cycle trail will be completed, with a $935,000 cash injection from the government confirmed.
Bill on table to confirm Government's governance model for Environment Canterbury
Protection orders should have an expiry date, MPs have recommended.
More lawyers and human rights activists have added their voice to the chorus of concerns over secret courts.
New domestic violence courts - with specially trained judges and lawyers - may be in the works to bring down New Zealand's horrific record of attacks in the home.
OPINION: Will the Labour MP be royalty or casualty as Labour revamps its lineup?
Power company will pay about $34m to investors in a special dividend, though operating profits fell 4 per cent.
David Seymour's the dude that got pubs to stay open for the Rugby World Cup!
New Zealand Post's profit of $128 million is almost 100 per cent reliant on Kiwibank.
The Government is removing a testing regime for hazardous substances that leaves rabbits with irritated eyes.
After a week of politics, who's up and who's down?
The people of Bay of Plenty's Waiotahi may not have noticed a difference, but on Thursday their town's name changed to Waiotahe.
Controversial health and safety legislation, which does does not classify farms as high risk, has passed in Parliament.
OPINION: It's not too late to ditch the proposed flag designs and start again.
SkyCity's consent application to build the Auckland convention centre is heard today.
Protesters have interrupted Prime Minister John Key's visit to Dunedin.
Catholic social justice agency is "appalled" by proposed changes to Easter Sunday trading restrictions.
A Taranaki mother who has endured years of sleepless nights fearing her teenage daughter was taking her own life is calling for abortion law changes.
This summer will be the busiest for earthworks Auckland has ever seen, Minister predicts.
A row over secret courts rumbles on - with the Law Society refusing to back down on fears over new health and safety laws.
Council staff are "upset" and "shocked" by news they stand to lose their jobs under major restructure.
A ministerial inquiry has been launched into the finances of a Far North Maori trust
OPINION: The middle of the commemoration of World War 1 is not the time to discuss changing our nation's flag.
SATIRE: I'm seeker a safer job. Perhaps farming with the comforting hum of heavy machinery and excitement of extreme weather is just the thing for me.
The Sunday morning and public holiday bans on TV and radio advertising might be scrapped.
Liberal National MP George Gair was once described as a kingmaker who never became king himself.
Sheer volume of issues raised forces extension to "fight club" investigation.
State owned enterprise minister Todd McClay says Landcorp won't turn a profit for "the next few years" and is again foreshadowing land sales.
Cases of rheumatic fever, often associated with extreme poverty, drop significantly.
It's a wonder lavender and butterfly farmers are not injured more often, writes Martin van Beynen.
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