As NZ continues to grapple with a cost of living crisis, food prices continue to rise.
The church will offer any future church-owned land for sale to local iwi before anyone else.
It has been brought forward from October, and includes all non-visa waiver countries.
The average value in NZ's largest city now sits at $1,492.807
The party says it is committed to leadership opportunities for non-binary and intersex people.
He was among five people who had their Parliamentary trespass notices withdrawn.
An expert says laws are often introduced for political reasons rather than that of policy making.
Yesterday, former National MP Matt King said he'd been banned after being identified as a protester.
Revenue Minister David Parker reveals plans to create the foundation for a "fair" tax system.
The largest growth in median weekly rent has been in the Taranaki region, growing a whopping 18%.
2000 schools across Aotearoa will eventually have school traffic signs signs in te reo and English.
Head pastor John Cameron "has voluntarily stepped aside from his pastoral duties".
Food prices have risen 7.6% in the last year - the highest annual increase in over a decade.
This follows an investigation into an internet troll who was harassing female politicians.
A recent study by scientists has shown microplastics in human blood.
Is it time to shift the scales of the contraceptive burden balance?
An almost decade-old offer from New Zealand is finally being agreed to by Australia.
A Red weather warning has been issued.
Dunedin students have been making up for lost party time with St Patrick's Day celebrations.
The proposed law passed its third reading in Parliament on Wednesday evening.
From May, those from visa waiver countries and people with valid visitor visas can also come to NZ.
Compost collection for every home and a bottle buy-back scheme are part of the proposed changes.
This is Labour's lowest result since 2017.
Barney Koneferenisi has struggled for years to get around on other ridesharing services.
The new set of rules will give Aotearoa powers to take more action against Russia.
By the end of June, 28 of the current 32 MIQ facilities will return to being hotels.
The Commerce Commission has shared its recommendations to improve competition.
Students, politicians and educators are calling for the Government to make this happen.
The Rhythm and Vines music festival in Gisborne has been cancelled.
"It literally looked like something from Microsoft Paint."