The Independent newspaper will publish its last print edition on March 26, and go digital only.
OPINION: Global banking sector woes are a warning for NZ. We are stuck in a doom-loop of debt gorging and economic vulnerability.
A man has died after he was crushed by a truck ramp in Hornby, Christchurch.
A thief has left a note blaming addiction and poverty after breaking into a cafe in Australia.
Richard Branson "kissed" by stingray during a swim in the Cayman Islands.
A group opposed to "foreign control" of New Zealand's economy has questioned the sale of Campbell Park Estate.
Antony Gough's given $300,000 grant to make Terrace development energy efficient.
You could be seeing Leo DiCaprio or Kate Winslet in South Auckland soon.
There are some skills you just never lose.
A $125m lifestyle village on the Port Hills will feature restaurants, a pool, a movie theatre and a new road.
Shelly Bay will not be sold to the Wellington Company after members voted against it.
Newly appointed chief executive Kirk Hope runs through his goals and priorities for the busy year ahead.
One of Canterbury's biggest home builders is seeking fresh investment and has warned customers of potential building delays.
Invercargill meatworks staff told to go home until further notice.
Coca-Cola's little trick may be quietly encouraging you to drink more of their soft drink.
It seems a phoenix could be pulled from the ashes if the retailing giant closes.
Where to now in bid to crowdfund beach purchase?
Former prime minister Sid Holland's old home in Christchurch is on the market.
A former Mighty River Power engineer was bad at keeping to budget and was a "bully", court told.
"It was the same story every day. We weren't sure if we were still employed."