How foreign investors swooped on New Zealand's friendly rules for foreign trusts.
The capitals of New Zealand and Australia are keen on becoming sister cities.
New details reveal how foreign cash flooded into New Zealand trusts in order to avoid paying offshore tax.
Childcare centre owner hopes to contest the Rangitata seat for the Labour Party.
A dumped regional councillor won't standing again when Canterbury voters finally get a say in who's on their council.
"Hi, it's the leader of New Zealand - I'd like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn."
He may be the presumptive nominee, but can Donald Trump win over young Republicans?
What would a President Trump mean for New Zealand?
EQC is making an effort to "turn off the tap" on homeowners seeking second time repairs, a presentation shows.
Two reports on the free trade agreement have outlined public concerns.
The Keytruda debate has been emotional, but is it a case in point to look hard at the data?
The Government wants to have 64,000 electric vehicles on roads by 2021 but measures fall short the Green Party said.
Timaru's mayor hopes budget will include measures to limit tourists' effect on council infrastructure.
Palmerston North entrepreneurs say a new immigration visa could be a boost to the region.
Govt want to limit who has their say on building and planning changes.
Speaker David Carter is "not on the list" for prospective High Commissioners to the UK, says the Govt.
Anti-corruption organisation "extremely surprised and disappointed" at review scope.
Government says fee hike and hiring spree not related to controversy over Onetai Station farm sale.
Kiwi companies need to protect their information from being stolen or leaked, John Key says.
Two new strategic appointments for the Green Party, as they rebuild after a string of resignations.
Labour welcomes support for rental heating standards, but key MP warns his vote can't be taken for granted.
Education issues get a little more personal for the Labour MP.
PM's personal lawyer helped bankrupt developer to take part in failed Auckland project under investigation by Serious Fraud Office.
Will David Carter be the next High Commissioner to London? Possibly not, if Winston Peters can help it.
The theatre trust is hoping for good news when the prime minister visits.
The Prime Minister dodged admitting that the watchdog wasn't up to scratch.
NZ First leader Winston Peters says young people must have more of a say in politics.
Gallons of water extracted by bottlers and sold for massive profits have prompted calls for fairer payment structures.
The exodus of Mihi Forbes, Carol Hirschfeld and other staff has raised concerns.
There were groans and cries of "no" at Ted Cruz's Indiana headquarters as the penny dropped.
NZ unemployment is up despite 28,000 jobs created in the first three months of the year.
As Pharmac comes under heat to fund expensive biologic drugs, the Govt has given its coffers a boost.
Spotlight goes on the OIO's processes around 'good character' tests, says department boss.
Prime Minister John Key joined us for a video live chat this morning - and he took your questions.
The Republican presidential race has hit a new low
PM John Key drops major hint that New Zealand may accept greater numbers of refugees.
Australia's border authority is investigating after some Kiwi travellers said passport scanners were a fiasco.
Mouldy clothes, damp bed sheets and electric blanket in flames all part of woman's "depressing" experience.
But former Revenue Minister Todd McClay can't recall whether he was told.
NZ First MPs have been forced to leave the parliamentary debating chamber...again.
Christchurch lawyer Duncan Webb is throwing his hat in the ring for the Labour Party.
Opinion: John Key sets his minister straight after brain fade over meeting
Attempt to set heating and insulation standards for rentals failed last year, but has a better chance this time.
Principal Youth Court Judge Andrew Becroft to be the new Children's Commissioner.
New statistical models could forecast future crime as the Government tackles offending rates.
Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee is off to Germany for counter-terrorism talks.
Hamilton's deputy mayor is to get a $4823 pay increase.
Secretary of Education Peter Hughes has been named as the next State Services Commissioner.
OPINION: The tale of the $6 million sale of the Onetai station in Taranaki keeps giving.
It's two hours before The Donald is due to speak in the small indiana town of Terre Haute.
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