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Uber introduces safety feature forcing drivers to rest
Uber is introducing a new safety feature which logs drivers off the app after 13 hours
Lads bike the world to raise money for cancer charity
The group chucked in their 9-5 jobs for an around-the-world adventure.
Pink papier-mache pig pinched in brazen daytime heist
The owner said she'd be willing to take the matter to court if the thief could be found.
Petrol tax will hurt South Auckland, say councillors
The poorer communities of South Auckland will be hit hard by a regional fuel tax.
Rhythm & Vines boosts Gisborne's economy by millions
The annual New Year festival injects millions into Gisborne's economy
The changing face of Mt Eden: Post shop saved but butcher gone
Postal services are saved by local intervention, as bars and restaurants keep multiplying.
Poll shows penny pinching prevalent as petrol prices soar
Motorists are keen on trying to make their money stretch a little further.
Revealed: At $2.51 a litre is this NZ's most expensive petrol?
These are the most expensive places to buy fuel in New Zealand.
How record high prices could backfire on petrol companies
AA calling for a tax reduction to curb prices as 91 octane reaches $2.30 a litre.
Petrol prices around NZ: How does your town shape up?
Where does your fuel station stack up around the country?
Dancers fined: Showgirls club accused of heavy penalties
The Auckland woman said she was shocked to hear how strict the rules were.
Budget a good start but more needed to fix twin plagues, say Sallies and Union
Funding for housing and addressing child poverty a good start some say, but more is needed
Government is failing beneficiaries, advocates say
Spending on police and no changes to benefit sanctions have been criticised by advocates
Oranga Tamariki getting $270m over for next four years
"There's nothing more important to New Zealand than the wellbeing of its children."
Budget 2018: $7.9 million to establish Child Poverty Unit
Two new child poverty reduction units are being established to combat the social issue.
Budget: What NZ families would love to see - Case 1: The financially secure
Funding for mental health, first home buyers and public transport were high priorities
Faulty landline triggers 'panic mode' for stroke patient
Chorus has promised to fix the line permanently after a string of temporary fixes
13 Commerce Commission complaints about advertising company
Social Pages has defended itself and says complainants suffer from "buyer's remorse".
Kiwi's family in Japan for anniversary of his death
A year since her son died in a Japanese hospital, Martha Savage is lobbying for change
Caught on camera: Thief steals taxi and goes on joyride
The taxi driver stopped to help the man who said he'd suffered a seizure.