Pastor says God demands one rest day a week, so as long as you get that in lieu.
But they could still be left out of pocket if the lines companies are.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water.
Did you notice the new cell tower go up at Springlands Mall?
Messages about safe sleep particularly important for families who have been displaced by the recent earthquakes.
Crafar Crouch wins prestigious award for three decades of work, all sparked by a schoolyard friendship.
The iwi body says the three existing trustees did not have any authority to change the date.
Men surveyed were twice as likely to discuss the importance of consent with their daughter than with their son.
Sporting clubs reduce carbon emissions with top tips from charity.
Festive season arrives with double serving of Christmas parades.
Don't worry, this one is warm, fuzzy and won't hurt anyone.
Tasman Makos players got the chance to say "fins up" to Kaikoura.
With tests to determine cause of salmon deaths unclear, this case is closed.
"The fact they took it seriously is really good, you can't be too careful."
A Marlborough iwi is divided over when its AGM will take place following election disruption.
Council handout covers loans, but the theatre isn't out of the financial woods yet.
Temporary fund for displaced North Canterbury home-owners as 117 houses red stickered.
An already strained rental market needs to prepare itself for an influx of quake-displaced renters and rebuild workers, expert says.
Wine companies and insurers aren't quibbling about the cost of repairs, they're just getting it done.
The closure of part of State Highway 1 brings early influx of visitors.
Racecourse owners rule themselves out of the running for new college site.
A bigger boat will be ferrying people from Kerr Bay to the head of Lake Rotoiti this summer.
A Nelson man has been a staunch advocate for ensuring the high rate of seclusion is addressed.
A model of the Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter inspired a new company to sponsor the service.
Kaikoura parents think time at school will be good for their kids, but want to know about evacuation plans if another quake hits.
Mending the "spine" of South Island roads will be hard, but won't take years, minister says.
Social issues look likely to take centre stage at a national gathering of Maori leaders.
A special Lotto draw will support North Canterbury earthquake relief.
As heavy trucks continue to rattle the South Island's new trunkline, residents feel they're living with constant aftershocks.
Treated vineyard posts could be reduced to charcoal, then used to make car tyres.