The diesel mechanic was believed to have been working on a forklift when he was killed.
Former Prime Ministers Jim Bolger and Mike Moore have served in Washington.
Nanaia Mahuta says the water reforms will save households from ballooning water bills.
Bike bridge raises questions about funding disparities for the south - Councillor Dalton.
The rail project will not be fully up and running without an extra $6.7b.
Auckland always gets a better deal than Ashburton, says the local mayor.
Locking in car parking is a solution to yesterday's problems, says councillor Pippa Coom.
The Prime Minister promised last year to build Mill Rd and upgrade SH1.
Michael Wood has declined invitations to meet the struggling business owners.
One intersection reopening, another closing. Disruption from $4.4b project on the move.
About 7500 town and lifestyle property owners have been hit with big rate rises.
Mayor Phil Goff said there was middle ground support for the budget.
Auckland rates are rising, but not as much as Wellington and Tauranga.
Hamilton Mayor Paula Southgate says the bypass will unlock economic activity.
The new skyscraper could have offices, a hotel and apartments.
Mine workers in Auckland undergo intensive safety training for CRL jobs underground.
Mayor Phil Goff did not have a kind word to say about Tony Gibson.
The extra money will go to replacing old locomotives in the South Island.
Gibson cited personal attacks for stepping down.
The review follows the tragic deaths of two staff members.
Michael Wood says Aucklanders were shut out on light rail last term.
Phil Goff is also worried the reforms will lead to higher water bills in Auckland.
The felled tree is part of a protected group of pōhutukawa trees.
The trail will wind its way through beaches, regional parks and forests.
The latest sea snake was found on a beach by an 11-year-old boy looking for shells.
The great white shark is a protected species under the Wildlife Act.
The owners' resource consent application said the trees would be fully protected.
Lobby group seeks judicial review of council decisions about the street.
Reefton has a rich heritage as a gold mining town.
Auckland Zoo insists moving the elephants is about their welfare, not money.
Pushpinder Singh said his ticket home from Delhi cost about $6000.
West Wave's main pool closed over the school holidays when pumps broke down.
The alleged complaints of bullying spanned several years.
Australians face fines of up to $66,000 or jail for breaking international travel rules.
Paula Bennett and Nikki Kaye are ruling out a tilt at the mayoralty.
Christine Fletcher says she targeted the Queen, not Prince Philip
The 12 New Zealanders infected with the virus are showing mild symptoms.
The bigger the contracts, the bigger the profits, says Mike Lee.
Tourism NZ will not say how much Rod Stewart, who sang Sailing, was paid.
The City Rail Link is designed for heavy rail to the North Shore, but not light rail.
It will take six to eight years before light rail is running in the city.
Winston Peters said light rail will cost between $10b and $15b.
"I do not want any more families to join such a devastating club."
The Maritime Union has no confidence in Tony Gibson and wants him gone.
"If the board doesn't carry out its role then they will be replaced," Phil Goff says.
Downtown Car Park building could be turned into a major bus terminal.
Business groups are not keen on a new bridge for just buses, cycling and walking.
Panuku boss David Rankin said the email was 'an honest mistake'.
It is believed new bridge will accommodate the Northern Busway, cycling and walking.
One staff member said he was given 30 minutes to vacate his office.
Former employees say manager created toxic and stressful working environment.
Auckland Transport said steps are being taken to minimise disruption.
'You can't choose the weather can you,' said Team NZ helmsman Peter Burling.
The sculpture has been remodelled at a cost of $265,000.
Spending on walking and cycling has got a $600m boost.
Shane Henderson wants to dig Auckland out of a hole and build more footpaths.
Many of the 7500 households have poor public transport and no footpaths.
Cr Daniel Newman said if other suburbs saw what is happening they would be jealous.
Goff said wanted to "thank Aucklanders for their efforts over the last few days".
Question marks hanging over the Lantern Festival.
A section of the Karangahape Rd cycleway may be a bit bumpy, says Auckland Transport.
The Pride Parade is due to take place along Ponsonby Rd on Saturday.
Last night's rush at supermarkets has quietened down this morning.
A third lockdown will be gut wrenching for some businesses, says Heart of the City boss.
It's cheap, rotten housing, said one neighbour.
A podcast and a speaking tour could be on the departing host's radar.
'I told my mate to gas the boat to get out of here.'
'You can't have a gallery with leaks,' says arts patron Dame Jenny Gibbs.