Farmers are worried immigration cuts could hurt them.
Free tertiary could "do wonders" for student parents.
Minimum wage increase expected to have "huge implications" for small businesses.
Principals are eager to get more mental health help for quake-affected students.
Investors warn Labour's renting policies threaten to create market upheaval.
Tertiary study is out of reach for too many Pasifika people, say advocates and students.
As political parties jockey to see who will become the next government, who offers the best deal for low income Kiwis?
The clock is ticking until tourists see through the branding.
Christchurch is following the lead of major European cities.
We've been challenged to plant 4.7 million native trees this year.
Environmentalists are calling for DOC funding to reach $1 billion.
Interested in spending your Saturday morning doing an outside workout?
There's a push for better representation of Asians in city councils and the Beehive.
A Lincoln Cafe is considering getting a guard dog following a nearby armed robbery.
Bar and Bistro in Ashburton cannot claim any more insurance after seven burglaries in a year.
Police were called out after reports of a car being kicked, fights breaking out, and smashed bottles in the streets.
You can get your recommended servings thanks to a Christchurch enterprise - through a sachet.
A survey shows teenagers in Christchurch East have been badly affected by the quakes.
Cantabrians who have experienced earthquakes are 13% worse at completing memory tasks.
Government inquiry finds serious allegations at Gloriavale, but no official warning has been given.
Christchurch City Council Project Director Lee Butcher says decomissioning is the most cost effective option of three that were considered.
The New Zealand Defence Force agreed Operation Burnham may have caused civilian deaths - but not those stated in the book.
"In utero anxiety" is showing up in new primary school pupils, who are unable to manage themselves and relate to others, say school principals.
Adele dedicated her hit song 'Make You Feel My Love' in Auckland last night to the victims of the terror attack in her home town.
Despite losing three quarters of the park in the Port Hills fire, adventure park staff bake for Ronald McDonald house, run bike skills sessions and assist City Mission.
A virtual simulation of how fast your home would burn down around you is now a reality.
The city may be going plastic bag free with the Council hearing a petition to ban single use bags.
Paul Coll plays in the British Squash Open this week at career-high ranking of 16th.
50 teams from over 40 schools are battling their regions for the chance to reign supreme.
Hunt scored a late penalty for the Crusaders, pushing them to a tight 22-20 win over the Reds on Saturday.