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Thousands turned out for a look at Tūranga, next to Cathedral Square.
North Canterbury’s Kate Metcalfe was unlucky to find herself on the receiving end of a hostile magpie.
The event's organisers are also hoping it'll draw in the next generation to fill the constant need for good workers.
Officials say tahr numbers have to be limited to protect the landscape.
The lunchbox scheme was financially stretched but has been taken up by another enterprise.
Tankers have been taking hundreds of litres of the unchlorinated water.
Georgia Hensley-Smith will unveil new collections.
The processed product could be a boost for flagging wool exports, and a rich source of protein.
The convention centre is the city's latest project nearing completion.
Contractors are meeting in Wellington later this month to discuss the changes needed to provide stability to the industry.
Land Information NZ has approved the sale of the 40,000 hectare Mt White Station near Arthurs Pass.
Hector's dolphins frequent the area.
Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are wanting to inspire others.
Crusaders captain Sam Whitelock said Doreen Searle was always quick with a hug and a kiss for the players.
Perpetual Guardian founder Andrew Barnes suggests other companies to follow suit.
Video from the farm was secretly filmed by animal rights activists.
They hope to keep the pioneering spirit alive for the next generation.
Gary Gurden has been training in sleep deprivation.
It's an issue which could affect thousands more homes.
More than 380 people have died on our roads in the last 12 months.
Volunteers tidied up 40 bags of rubbish, more than 70 tyres and even a rifle.
They'll spend that week in a famous hotel, all on his dime.
The system has a lofty goal of cleaning up forty billion litres of water a year.
1 NEWS reporter Sam Clarke went to the Pet Expo to find the latest in animal culinary trends.
A group of Kiwis are cycling to raise money for the Mental Health Foundation.
The $23 million facility is the South Island's only fully-integrated air ambulance centre.
A budget blowout of $75m halted work on the sport centre last year.
The numbers also show a worrying decline in some places, and a need for more to be done.
The council says the ruling was made in response to "recent serious dog attacks within the city".
The issue is with core ingredient glyphosate, used widely for weed control in streets and public parks.
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