Art teacher and terminal cancer patient Jane Saunders has found a treatment diary can add quality, if not quantity, to her life.
A plan that would have converted a community gathering space into a car park appears to have been dropped.
Armed with a camera and an air horn, Laura Taylor walked the streets of her home town to document people's lives in alert level 3.
Tauranga paramedic Dan Euinton has been rewarded for long hours during the lockdown.
An old hall was purchased to host small weddings, but has since become a 'museum-like' home.
Business operators in Ohakune have already noticed an upswing in activity in the town that banks on a good ski season.
Starting a mountain bike coaching business just as lockdown hit challenged Paula Pietersma but she's keen to crank it back up
Zoo-goers may notice lesions on little Zahra's legs yet there's no sign the new addition to Hamilton Zoo is suffering as a result.
Luxury Lodges are looking to tap the local market during their international off season, but don't expect the discounts to last.
Leavia Notwen was told she couldn't have kids. Now pregnant at 43, she feels let down by the rural midwives on offer.
Tractor and hay baler deployed in post-covid clean up of urban streets.
River Price, like many Kiwis, has undergone a radical career shift after being laid off from her dream job.
It's a bitter pill to swallow for artists across the country as the National Contemporary Art Awards have been cancelled for 2020
Partners in life and business, Charlotte Martin and Aaron Guerin have created their dream Waihi Beach getaway.
It's OK to grab a coffee with a mate, but don't go hosting big parties at your house if we move to level 2.
Fifty years of stormwater runoff contribute to contaminated lake.
A real page turner is unfolding in a district that claims to have NZ's only library fees for books.
Virtual reality is changing the way real estate agents sell houses during alert level 3
Lockdown isolation provides time for families to consider what Anzac Day means.
Thames couple Judith Scott and David Sinton are anticipating their first Anzac Day in lockdown.
A Hamilton music teacher is preparing for her debut driveway performance of The Last Post for Anzac Day.
Bringing food, medication and a helping hand, dozens have become volunteer buddies for those in need.
They wheeled extra fridge-freezers into an old cinema and turned the foyer into a storeroom to meet surge in demand.
Ngāruawāhia poppa went rogue on family's backyard with spare reno materials.
OPINION: Industry has chance to make it more environmentally sustainable, social acceptably and risk free for the country.
A tiki-tour of essential services in the Waipā district, at a distance.
With a bit of creativity, closed gyms don't need to stop your exercise regime, a Waikato personal trainer says.
Resident makes it his job to keep lockdown flouting surfers out of the water despite abuse.
While nursing a broken ankle, Kerry Wicks and her husband Josh provided sanctuary to 60 stranded tourists.
Being stuck at home without distractions sounds like a gift if you are an artist. That's not necessarily the case.