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Stuart Nash wants to deny gang members access to guns. Will he get his way?
More than 100 people in the Bay of Plenty have been charged, but more needs to be done.
Comment: Why has reform in the most neglected part of our environment stalled?
Cost-cutting exercise at a time of 'heightened global instability' criticised.
Catching a marlin doesn't come around very often and should be celebrated.
Lilah O'Leary is determined to double Auckland's water fountains by the end of the year.
Editorial: If you're seriously considering changing workplace, you are not alone.
Young White Island tour guide Tipene Maangi's selfless heroics are revealed
They used cultural tradition to name their son. A four-month battle followed.
Thinn was caught with a Winchester hunting rifle and 45 rounds of live ammunition.
Two resource consents granted despite opposition over the odour that comes from the farm.
Risks identified include "extreme" age of buildings that aren't fit for purpose.
Meet Pimelea mimosa, one of Te Mata Peak's most special inhabitants.
Somewhere out there is a 7 metre, two-ton, German torpedo. And it's likely still "live".
"My fingers are not bent or anything."
Rebecca Hessell is battered and bruised after being dragged under a blow hole in Hokianga.
A school principal says to parents: "You know your child best."
School of 500-odd students coincidentally has three pupils with congenital heart defects.
A US military transport plane slipped in and out of Auckland carrying a secret payload.
The stations were built over 50 years ago.
Shane Jones says Wairarapa water storage is about future-proofing NZ - not irrigation.
Comment: People continue to dump rubbish at charity shops in the Bay of Plenty.
He'd been picking up plastic on the beach. Then an albatross washed up "feet in the air".
The construction of a $5.3m cycleway in Auckland CBD is set to take until 'mid-2020'.
Comment: Shooting down of Ukrainian Airlines flight is a disaster on so many levels.
Letters on Education and Training Bill, drownings, greenhouse gases and track vandalism.
Has it been a "consultant's bonanza" or a "complete beat-up"?
National and Labour are both scrambling for transport votes but their policies are flawed.
One option is to sell the Leys Institute to a developer to upgrade for other uses.
Children's Commissioner says there's 'persistent' and 'intergenerational inequities'.
COMMENT: As the mum, I worry about the impression this trend is making on young girls.
"Sadly, the only ones that value us are our clients."
Hoki Dokey burger could make Kiwis mispronounce the name of a native fish, advocates say.
However, 18 new murals have popped up around the city in the past week.
The Mahia road is already fragile. A resident fears what Rocket Lab's trucks could do.
Letters on early childhood teachers, maunga trees, voting age, adverts and Iran.
COMMENT: Scott Morrison may secretly harbour same views on Ardern as Steve Price.
Pharmac is considering new medicines for type 2 diabetics.
Being stressed about money can hurt your ability to make it.
1 in 100 million risk of fatality while taking tour along beach, "draft" report says.
Know what a flare is? If Alex Madsen gets her way, you will soon.
From Winston Peters, to Trevor Mallard, many MPs appeared to have had an active summer.
The First Bloke talks about the couple's attempted secret holiday.
Zinc, copper, nitrogen, phosphorus and E. coli found in water.
White Island co-ordinating pilot John Funnell speaks out about risk assessment frustration
'I can't even imagine the situation if they got caught in the rain.'
Comment: Watershed year lies ahead for cannabis-based treatments.
The fence required resource consent from the Northland Regional Council under the RMA.
Letters on haircuts, koalas, Antarctica, adverts and Prince Harry.
Editorial: Both sides have valid points - but parents are right to expect a choice.
Backflow preventers to be installed at every residential property.
'We could see the abandoned helicopter standing in the desolation.'
Education bill set to revive questions around karakia in schools.
Houhora community sharply divided over use of vital aquifer as avocado industry booms.
It was there one day, where it had been for about a century, and gone the next day.
Equestrian sports, sheep dogs, rodeo and shearing will feature at Wairoa A and P Show.
We see police carrying firearms the world over - why should NZ be any different?
Che Wilson already has a view on whether the Māori Party should work with National again.
More working poor are seeking help from social agencies in Tauranga.
The man at the centre of the incident has been sentenced in court.
New cameras will automatically scan your number plate to tell if you're out of time.
Letters on climate change, human error, fires, housing, Iran, plastic and Steve Liddle.
Comment: Ngāti Awa Ki te Awa O Te Atua supports the campaign to retain all hillside trees.
Comment: Kindergartens have pay parity with schools, not so early childcare centres. Why?
If NZ wants to "stay in the club" of Western allies they need to toe the line.
The licence was suspended after two thirds of teachers had cannabis in their system.
Future of shearing business which has employed dozens of Hawke's Bay people under threat.
Comment: Jacinda Ardern is a god-tier for New Zealand's international reputation.
More than $20m in reparation payments remain outstanding in Tauranga.