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A new electric scooter sharing service called Lime has launched today in Auckland and Christchurch - but there are a few things you need to know before you take a ride.
The 400kg males can deliver a bite up to seven times more powerful than a dog, and can move surprisingly fast over the sand.
Police staff have received more speed camera tickets in the first half of this year than they did during all of 2017.
The pair were standing their ground at Auckland's St Lukes Mall, and relented after a 10-minute standoff.
The storm has now passed over the world's largest gambling hub after hitting yesterday, leaving in its wake flooding up to 2.5m high.
The company, run by entrepreneurs Iyia Liu and Briar Howard, is facing an online backlash after a surge in orders within the past few weeks left them apparently struggling to meet demand.
The organiser of the event on Saturday has asked people attending in future not to touch police vehicles, and says issues around rubbish will also be addressed.
Footage posted online from the event show crowds of people numbering in the hundreds, with many drivers taking turns to do burnouts and skids.
It's the first time NZs largest gang has had a documented presence in the country, and a criminologist says they are likely to come under pressure from local rivals.
River levels high and lots of back yards flooded - and MetService says more rain and wind is yet to come.
The NZEI also today released the results of a survey it conducted among school principal members, which showed a considerable shortage of teachers.
New Zealand's most prolific public artist is well known for his utility box art and his homages to departed musical icons like Prince, Bowie and Petty. Now he's added another to the list.
Foodstuffs admitted that some of its PAK'nSAVE stores acted inappropriately after images were posted online of signage at the Porirua and Hamilton stores.
The barriers to printing your own ABS plastic gun have never been lower, with no specific laws stopping people from downloading gun blueprints re-published online last week.
Two males and a female were taken to hospital after the crash on Kennedy Road, which happened after a driver failed to stop for police.
A speeding driver smashed through the fence of a sleeping family, sending large shards of glass flying and destroying a large portion of the fence and garden.
The Chief of the Defence Force admits the number of charges against NZDF personnel involved in our Iraq mission is "high" after 1 NEWS analysed newly-released documents.
Commenters on the video allege the woman had been caught stealing from the food court, and had also be previously trespassed from the mall.
Representatives say a staff member may have been over-zealous in adding people to their list after collecting them during sales to send out digital receipts.
All new tenancy agreements should have detailed insulation info -but Tenancy Services says "a lack of adequate insulation statements were common".
Head and tail light modifications are common in New Zealand's car scene, and are often done to give the components improved aesthetics or performance - but they could lead to fines or failed WOFs.
Police say the boy now faces charges of disorderly behaviour, failing to stop, dangerous driving and resisting police.
Locals went to claim back their possessions, but police say they've done the wrong thing.
No notice is given for privately-organised fireworks displays from barges in Auckland except for a warning to boaties from the Harbourmaster.
Ms Tamaki, 57, says she and her "elderly" husband Brian are getting to old and need something more practical for herself and her "elderly" husband Brian.