Some Canterbury mountains didn't have enough snow to open this winter - climate science shows this is likely to become more common.
Over 3000 primary healthcare workers are calling on the government to fund them a pay rise - but the Ministry of Health won't get involved.
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The Prime Minister outlines level 3 rule breaches, gives an update on schools and businesses.
Jacinda Ardern says the Government continues to be firm on level 3 rules and asks New Zealand to stay vigilant.
Visitors will be able to walk public tracks from today but they'll have to find somewhere else to sleep.
Some keen surfers continue to breach lockdown rules - why are they taking the risk?
Jacinda Ardern warns every lockdown breach risks undoing the work done to stop COVID-19
Student associations are disappointed with the Government package, saying loan increases aren't helpful during the COVID-19 pandemic
15 new Covid-19 cases have been announced, bringing the national total of confirmed and probable cases to 1,401.
A Taupō man explains the ‘surreal’ experience of being tested for the coronavirus.
Melissa Butterfield was last seen in Aranui on Friday and police would like information about her whereabouts.
Police say they are investigating a connection between a stolen ATM and the massive fire.
Large fires at Porters Pass could affect native wildlife in the area, says fire commander and DOC.
A Christchurch environmental organisation aims to revitalise Canterbury - and open opportunities for the disadvantaged along the way.
Paul Court, the horse's co-owner, says changing the name would give the March 15 attacker what he wants.
A Christchurch-based family and sexual violence service is happy with the $320 million pledged to ending abuse in NZ.
Construction of building to facilitate a "healthy and vibrant" community will begin in the coming months and be complete by next year.
Crusaders management "devastated" and distressed" by allegation and implication of homophobic behaviour.
Northern Corridor could make Cranford St a barrier, splitting a community in two. It's "not good enough", says Duncan Webb.
A homeless pair in Latimer Square say their love for each other keeps their aspirations alive.