Laura James
Yellow-eyed penguin deaths in set nets highlight need for urgent action - Forest and Bird
They owe more than $18 million in unpaid rates, but a lawyer says the system is flawed.
'We only survive on this land' - Māori landowners fight back after council claims they own $18m in rates
The tips come after an elderly Christchurch man died from inhaling fumes from a gas heater.
Warning over gas heaters after Christchurch man dies from carbon monoxide poisoning
Previously our paper waste had been shipped to China, but they’re no longer taking it unless it is of high quality.
Auckland Council looks at options for disposing of paper as nation 'drowning in' the waste
The Government funded programme will make it easier for Auckland students from low decile schools to sit their test.
New initiative launched to stop young people driving without a licence
Locals living near Formosa say the effluent is being pumped towards a stream.
Auckland's Formosa Golf Resort gets another Insanitary Building notice
But Auckland Council didn’t visit the resort for five years, 1 NEWS has found.
Auckland golf resort accused of sewage snafu had long-running issues, documents show
'Striking' work being done with autistic children inspires visit from French mayor
As more of the native trees die from the disease there are calls for MPI to be removed from the programme to save them.
Report slams MPI's handling of kauri dieback as 'slow to act and appalling'
Residents say they’ve had enough of the dumping into the Papakura stream.
'It goes to our oceans' - oil, diesel discharged into Auckland waterway, killing eels
The respiratory disease that’s killing the endangered New Zealand birds might have reached its peak.
Experts hopeful deadly kākāpō disease has reached its peak
Locals living near Formosa say the effluent is being pumped towards a stream.
Auckland golf resort allegedly pumping thousands of litres of waste near stream given 30 days to fix issues
That’s according to the University of Auckland’s School of Optometry.
Fundraising underway for mobile optometry unit with 10 per cent of Kiwi kids needing glasses
Thousands of litres of raw sewage is allegedly being pumped out of septic tanks at Formosa Golf Resort in Beachlands, Auckland.
Thousands of litres of raw sewage allegedly being drained from septic tanks at golf resort in Auckland
James Casson is under fire after comments made in the wake of the Christchurch terrorist attack.
Hamilton councillor resigns over controversial social media posts following Christchurch terrorist attack
The retail giants entering the market are offering "free prescriptions" and cheaper products but some in the industry are concerned the focus on price means a lack of attention on patient care.
Local pharmacies under threat as chemist giants move into industry
An Auckland dad says his son’s life was saved because rescue helicopters now have emergency trauma doctors on board 24 hours a day.
'It saved my son's life' - Auckland father grateful for doctors on rescue helicopters
The chemicals are up to 70 times the strength of the plant they’re derived from.
Concerns for consumers as popularity of powerful essential oils increases
Businesses are getting behind the language in a bid to communicate better with deaf visitors.
Kiwi staff signing up for sign language week
The event showcases light structures created by local and international artists.
Auckland's Viaduct Harbour transformed into dazzling wonderland for Bright Nights
The Auckland Art Fair is getting underway from today.
Art from across New Zealand and the Pacific showcased in new Auckland exhibit
The Ministry of Social Development is wiping the debt of hundreds of those affected. But it’s not enough, some say.
Housing NZ tenants evicted over flawed meth testing still struggling to find their feet, say more must be done
First black hole image proves New Zealand mathematician's work to be true
Kirsten Paisley.
Auckland Art Gallery appoints new director from Australia after original selection withdraws
James Casson is under fire after comments made in the wake of the Christchurch terrorist attack.
Hamilton City Councillor's social media posts spark concern over potential impact on the city's reputation
Hamilton councillor slammed for his 'apology' over Christchurch terrorist attack comments
New Zealand Visitor's Visa (file picture).
Immigration NZ warns visas may be delayed as they prioritise families of Christchurch attack victims
The calls come after the alleged Christchurch gunman live streamed the horrific crime online.
NZ advertising community's call to hold social media to account in wake of terrorist attack backed by global brands
CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND - MARCH 15: Police officers cordon off the area after gunmen attacked the two mosques and fired multiple times during Friday prayers in Christchurch, New Zealand on March 15, 2019. At least nine people were reportedly killed in shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, local media reported Friday.

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Authorities still working to investigate distribution of Christchurch terrorist attack livestream footage online
Gregory Burke
Incoming Auckland Art Gallery boss withdraws from role in wake of Canada harassment accusation