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Chorus is in the Court of Appeal challenging a High Court decision that upheld a Commerce Commission price regulation for broadband delivered over the copper wire network.
New Zealand is one of the first countries in the world to experience photo and video messaging app, Bolt, created by Instagram.
Obesity in New Zealand is a ticking timebomb and it should be classed as a disability, says Marlborough's new disability spokesman.
Australian company Talent2 has been dumped from its own ill-starred Novopay teachers' payroll system in what Labour says is a bid by the Government to draw a line under the debacle before the election.
An armed man fired at police officers, tried to hold up three vehicles and led police on a car chase in the Bay of Plenty before being arrested overnight.
A short time later the vehicle was located in Whakamarama, however as police approached the vehicle it sped off towards Tauranga.
Seniors at a New Zealand retirement home show what it means to be "Happy" in a recreation of Pharrell Williams' hit song.
A $2-an-hour boost to the minimum wage, scrapping the 90-day work trial, and a Commission of Inquiry to set industry standards are part of the Labour Party's work and wages policy, launched today.
At least 115,000 people have been able to put their criminal past behind them under "clean slate" legislation introduced a decade ago.
Police were pleased with the recent arrests, but believed they had nabbed just some of a much larger group offending in the Hastings area.
A 12-year-old autistic boy who had his electronics and birthday presents stolen in a burglary has been gifted a new laptop by a Hawke's Bay Today reader.
Like Lena Dunham's character in 'Girls' do twenty-somethings rely too much on their parents for financial support? Photo / AP, Thinkstock The defining moment for Hannah Horvath in Girls , the pivotal event to set the tone for the entire series, came when her parents financially cut her off.
FINAL FAREWELL: The farewell muster in 1914 at the old Motueka wharf for volunteer troops including Private William Ham, circled.
The worst ebola disease outbreak on record is unlikely to reach New Zealand from west Africa, the Ministry of Health's director of public health says.
'It would seem obvious that, as a community, we should take on this scourge with all guns blazing,' says Brian Rudman.
We read about it or see it in the news every other week. But very few of us can pronounce it, let alone put a name to it.
First the Prime Minister disdained an apology to the woman whose alleged abuser was allowed to leave with diplomatic immunity, then the Transport Minister bypassed airport boarding security, now the Conservation Minister is telling the Fish and Game Council to back off the issue of dairy farms' river pollution.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 12:23 am
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