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Kiwi executive's fall from grace

Kevin Roberts has spoken out about the gender comments that cost him his job - and the ferocious online backlash.

Trump: Chris Liddell 'driven, smart'

He'll have the new president's ear in the White House. But who is the Kiwi man closest to Trump?

Kiwi ingenuity saves the day

NZ's cherry producers using low-flying choppers like giant fans to dry off rain and protect their product.

Beware the Bernese betrayal

Heartbroken New Plymouth woman warns of apparent scam targeting families wanting to buy Bernese puppies.

Airline's new 'basic economy' class

No carry-on bags will be allowed in overhead compartments under airline's stripped-down fare.

'Powerful' project lights up growing regions

Are new power cables worth paying just a touch more?

Time to ask your questions

"You can be totally cynical and say people aren't interested until the lights go out."

Daily chart: Unemployment

Northland is dwarfing other regions of the country when it comes to the unemployment rate.

Damaged Kaikoura businesses in limbo post-quake

 Businesses are stuck while waiting for their claims to be processed, but insurers are doing their "level best" to move things along.

Icecream firm founders fined

$26,000 penalty for Northland factory not being fire-safe.

'I want to end up in Europe'

There is more to being a fashion designer than just sewing.

'More' problems for waka ama

Thousands of people paddle, eat, drink and spend in the Waikato

Photo firm shamed

Australian-owned photo business promised to delete photos but didn't, says privacy boss.

Children's Bookshop may return to Chch

The Original Children's Bookshop, which went into liquidation in November, has a new owner and may reopen this year.

Walkers want ethical pants

Are ethical exercise pants too much to ask?

Pinot's time to shine

More than 600 wine lovers from 20 countries heading to capital to celebrate premium variety.

Pot for pooches

Australian start-up promotes novel treatment for stressed pets – medical cannabis.

New Plymouth Gull takes flight

Excitement for Gull off the charts: "It's definitely the most anticipated service station we've ever built."

Murchison and Springers 'full on'

Businesses in Lewis Pass settlements are making hay amid rumours in southern communities that Kaikoura's rebuild is being delayed until closer to elections.

The most popular bach rentals of 2016

You may have to get in line to stay at Bookabach's most booked baches of 2016, but they could be worth the wait.

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