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Preparing for a ride means a full-face custom helmet, a leather suit, knee pads, elbow pads and gloves for skating champ Elissa Mah.
A masked intruder has residents in a Christchurch subdivision living in fear – and arming up.
Torchlight hikoi heralds the opening of Queenstown's annual winter festival.
Big turnouts predicted for buyback because owners have "thousands of dollars worth of property they can't use".
Regional councillors said they had to vote for significant rates rise, even though it made them uncomfortable.
An earthquake appeal trust is deciding how to distribute close to $4m generated from millions of dollars in unspent funds.
Money deducted from wages for Kiwisaver, student loans and PAYE were not paid to Inland Revenue, totaling $400k in unpaid tax.
Police say the circumstances of a fatal boating incident on a Southland lake remains unclear.
A man jailed 22 years ago for killing his girlfriend has been allowed escorted shopping trips.
The tribunal agreed: it wasn't fair to hold the $840 bond over wear and tear on the carpet.
Would you rather eat shellfish from Christchurch's Avon-Heathcote Estuary or chow down on a dog-turd sandwich?
West Coast gold miners are offering a $20,000 reward for information after a spate of thefts and vandalism caused "tens of millions of dollars" worth of damage.
Lai Xu instinctively swerved right, as he would at home - killing three of his passengers.
Justin Garthwaite has spent 23 years in prison for raping and murdering an elderly Invercargill woman. He will spend at least one more behind bars.
Princess Bride star Cary Elwes will be joined by "scarfie" extras in a cult horror film remake.
Gun buyback scheme is boosted to $208m and will see owners compensated based on the model and its condition.
A "forensic analysis" – and a lot of cash – is needed to repair New Zealand's largest wooden home.
Quakes have shaken our confidence in modern construction. Are we building the wrong buildings?
Linwood Village is bustling, with pavements lined with shoppers and a modern tram network. Well, that was the plan.
Plans are under way to turn a former eastern Christchurch school into housing.
The rebuild agency has been told to start handing work over to the city council so it can wind up early.
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Some 28 full-time jobs have been created with the opening of a new $40 million hotel in central Christchurch.
The hotel industry is bracing for stiffer competition as a wave of new rooms comes on stream.
An overseas mining company wanting to buy a geologically rich area of Otago is in receivership.
The construction sector is hoping to secure some of the $900m worth of work happening in Antarctica over the next 10 years.
International Workplace Group, (IWG), is selling its co-working business with master franchise rights.
Crusaders coach Scott Robertson won't have too many holes to plug in his roster when he switches focus to the 2020 season.
The Highlanders' record indicates they stink. But the Crusaders could not care less ahead of the sudden death South Island derby.
Almost a month after an investigation into alleged misbehaviour by Crusaders players started, there is still no time frame for answers.
Owen Franks never doubted he'd again haul on the red and black No 3 jersey of the Crusaders.
They're 13-0 in NBL, but Saints won't have it easy in round 11 against chasing pack.
The answer to all the world's problems could be solved over a beer at the pub.
Mid-winter means one thing: Matariki, and local eateries are pulling out all the stops to celebrate this unique festival.
The menu at the new Victoria St establishment includes Greek classics with a modern twist.
REVIEW: The dishes here are served on the generous side, but without compromising on quality.