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Weather warning lifted and electricity restored after strong winds batter region.
DIA promises to investigate complaint about suspected international money scam.
A Muriwai author helped deal with loss of her mother by sitting on a rock at the beach.
An Auckland pedestrian has died after being struck by a car.
Police win order to sell Ngatata Love and Lorraine Skiffington's "tainted" home.
United Future leader Peter Dunne proposes 4km route in case gorge road shuts.
Some Wellingtonians already worried about plans to extend the Island Bay cycleway.
"The whole side of the tree fell down," say pair walking near Kapiti golf course.
Millionaire "Alex Newman" needed super yacht staff. Then he "died", leaving all to charity.
Michael McGrath's brother believes the missing man met "something sinister" as police appeal for car sightings.
Police have concerns for the welfare of a woman missing in Canterbury.
Rule banning use of woodburners 15 years or older would be scrapped under Labour.
At one Hamilton development, 14 semi-detached homes are being built on a section that could accommodate five stand-alone homes.
Nearly 20,000 children are paying the price for the government's benefit policy.
There is plenty of rain, but there is also plenty of room in Lake Matahina.
A Hamilton 12-year-old dances in Gangnam Style star's latest music video.
New Plymouth butcher Mark Wormald talks about his life in the trade.
He admitted he was stealing from his mate and for his honesty he was punched in the head.
The visit went down in the most delightful way - "it's not every day Mary Poppins pops in to visit."
Taranaki's food and beverages to be showcased at new festival.
A native planting project had matured into a winner with the birds.
A Massey University academic is blaming a lack of planning from the authorities for the current Manawatu Gorge woes.
Emails from councilors not blocked but "quarantined and vetted", council says.
Three people are in hospital, one with serious injuries, after a two-car crash in Woodville.
A wooden prop holds up the stern, but children still love climbing it.
Landowners whose properties are earmarked for the proposed Waimea dam are heading to court.
New signage and road layout in the Brook is fuelling the cyclist-driver debate.
Nelson Airport breaks 1 million passenger a year mark.
Russell Bulfin's answer to perfect grass is simple: mow three times a week and fertilise monthly.
Minivan, car and ute crash at State Highway 1 intersection.
Government commits $900,000 to finish the ASB Theatre, in Blenheim, a year after it officially opened.
The truck veered across the road, down a bank and into a swamp because its steering shaft was incorrectly installed.
Wild weather could bring half of South Canterbury's yearly rain fall to the region in one day.
Region prepares as a months' rainfall is expected for South Canterbury on Friday.
Controversial rule banning use of old woodburners would be scrapped under Labour.
Man jailed after gambling habit led him to a "very dark" place.
The Spirit Army are appealing to the public for support as they look to support vulnerable families through winter.
Fifty years after Burt Munro set a land speed record, his great-nephew emulates him.
The Government is awarding oyster removal contracts to oyster farmers to support them as they lose their livelihoods.
Catering services to different generations was a key message from the SBS annual meeting.