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Hundreds of passengers' travel plans disrupted as flights delayed and cancelled at Auckland Airport.
A person was killed in a single-vehicle crash in Otahuhu in the early hours of Thursday morning.
A 35-year-old man has been arrested after dramatic events in St Lukes on Wednesday.
Woman arrested for assault after spitting at Air NZ crew member on flight from Auckland to Christchurch.
Karearea Lane would be "problematic" and impractical, Lower Hutt resident claims.
Housing crisis can be solved by raising height limits in the suburbs, a report says.
Upgrades to capital's commuter trains put on ice while the council searches for $30m.
Some commuters are in for headaches as bus drivers hold stopwork meeting.
Lianne Dalziel wants the Govt to buy and restore the Christ Church Cathedral if a funding deal is rejected.
Robert Read set up a Facebook page to help people contemplating suicide after the system let him down.
An assault on a teenage girl was filmed and uploaded to a private social media page.
Christchurch Adventure Park buildings saved from February's fires win a design award.
Solo dad given a year to live still has plenty of fight, even with his life on the line.
Manhunt came to an end at 11pm after South Waikato town was put in lockdown.
Loan payments, repairs and infrastructure are on the cards in the wake of better prices.
No guarantee that Waikato Hospital won't again be stretched to overcapacity.
Brad Voullaire may have started off a grass-race in New Plymouth.
He spent seven-and-a-half years in a United States prison for fleecing investors of $90 million.
The man behind the gloves opens up.
Frank loved his shed. The council did not. After 30 years it is finally gone.
A Hells Angels gang pad has sprung up in an upmarket area of Palmerston North.
Palmerston North rates rise likely to dip below 3 per cent despite river work.
GRAPHIC: Woman left to clean up after "scumbag low-life" who cut himself while breaking in.
Stormwater drains in all of Manawatu's villages will soon be reviewed to prevent flooding.
Enforcing a proposed freedom camping bylaw could cost $100,000 a year.
Three men smashed their way into the Mapua Village Bakery and threatened a worker.
A Nelson yoga class was left barefoot after a thief stole shoes from a locker area.
Proposed ferry between Motueka and Whanganui may deliver jobs, but at what cost?
Canterbury University students intend to put Kaikoura back in the spotlight.
Vineyard contractors encouraged out of rental market as Blenheim faces housing shortage.
Marlborough retains New Zealand's grape growing crown, but by how much?
Hundreds of "speech bubbles" in Blenheim alley waiting to be filled with the voices of young people.
Carnival volunteer says complete smoking ban reminiscent of a 'police state".
Arran Gairns had a lethal level of meth in his blood when he died, toxicologist says.
South Canterbury District Health Board takes ruling over pay to the Employment Court.
Timaru's 40th Plunket Art Show to feature works of more than 40 New Zealand artists.
I don't have the best track record with home brewed alcohol.
Uncovering Southland's past in cemeteries.
Having someone stick a needle in his eye is no big thing for Dipton man Mike Smith.
Invercargill Mayor Tim Shadbolt has appointed his new deputy mayor.