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Council says it needs to be easier for people to use public transport.
Comments come as new leader Todd Muller reveals caucus line-up.
A Hawke's Bay CEO argues why you need to tune into the 5G debate now
Kids are missing school because of a cough, but real danger lies in the walls around them.
Letters on superannuitants, Business Advisory Council, Waikato River and tourism.
Comment: The opening of Louisa Wall's electorate to contest should interest everyone.
Simon Bridges left hanging, but Muller gave Bridges' supporters little to complain about.
'I told you not to come around here': Josh Masters paralysed after former friend shot him.
Todd Muller quotes Alan Curnow and tries to get under the PM's skin.
Personality politics has long paved the road to power.
Almost 12 hectares of pine plantation have been chopped, but "huge" clean-up remains.
Comment: Diverse views are essential but should some matters be beyond political feuding?
You say: Job creation will prove critical in the post Covid-19 era.
Small businesses are in a good position to meet the new customer demands.
COMMENT: Muller's first days as leader could not have gone better, minefields ahead.
New York Times: Watching her on Facebook is a lesson in rhetorical blending.
Comment: The Nats lost their nerve, and Simon Bridges and Paula Bennett are gone.
Muller's challenge took three days to execute, but was weeks in the making.
Editorial: Great New Zealanders have been born at each million milestone - who's next?
Prime Minister's office vague on what inquiry will be held on Covid-19, or when.
The parole board deemed Charles John Coulam "an undue risk".
The arts subjects have 'taken a batting' in recent years, but now's their time to shine.
A trove of official documents track the terror of Samoa's measles catastrophe.
"I don't see why ratepayers should fund somebody else's holiday."
COMMENT: Todd Muller and Simon Bridges facing off at high noon.
New Police Commissioner Andy Coster promises change to strategy and culture.
The specialist on social stigma, bias against China and pushing the Govt on Covid-tracing.
'We have achieved greater control of the epidemic than Australia,' Ass Prof Brian Cox says
Judith Collins' time may yet come, writes Audrey Young.
COMMENT: Life is back. Glorious, noisy, crowded, chaotic life.
Investigation reveals how during the lockdown New Zealand was only days from disaster.
Mother at centre of baby uplift still 'severely traumatised' but getting through.
ANALYSIS: Simon Wilson examines how Auckland ended up in the midst of a water shortage.
'I've never felt such an intense need to get home to Hawke's Bay', says Lauren Marshall.
Simon Bridges did not appear to have a jot of self-doubt, writes Audrey Young.
The 2019 EIT annual report showed a year of growth.
Editorial: 'Politics offers few favours for potential and talent when time isn't right'.
COMMENT: Simon Bridges tried so hard, but the more he tried the worse it got.
Letters on Sir Stephen Tindall, marine parks, seasonal workers and social distancing.
Comment: Our education export sector has been built on clever decisions. Let it resume.
Todd Muller is no Jacinda Ardern, writes political editor Audrey Young.
CHB couple ecstatic after being allowed to stay together in NZ.
Businesses will need to focus on what truly makes customers happy, to survive.
National's Gerry Brownlee welcomes new watchdog with words of warning.
Letters on gratitude and envy, fair pay, Waikato River water and over population.
COMMENT: Can National take the risk of an untested new leader just before an election?
COMMENT: What needs to happen for National to win the election.
Ralph Wilk's father was extradited from Venezuela and now awaits trial.
Before midday, the open and transparent Govt had already made a number of faux pas.
Four trees which could last another two centuries are set for the chop next week.
The work from home boom during Covid-19 has brought in an easier way to claim expenses.
Comment: The pair who plan to take on Simon Bridges complement each other on paper.
Simon Bridges takes a Covid-19 strategy to his challengers: go hard, go early. Eliminate.
Editorial: Border entry and mass gatherings are anticipated - but how to maintain safety?
Divisions between Tauranga City elected officials laid bare as meeting implodes.
Comment: Our universities can do more to address economic and social transformation.
Letters on generosity, leadership, Auckland Transport, water supply and neoliberalism.
Is Jacinda Ardern really the most popular Prime Minister in a century?
Modelling, obtained by the Herald, shows the impact of a bad poll for National.
Keith Atkins loved a joke as much as a fish, so he'd have loved his cheeky farewell.
Council heritage expert Rebecca Fogel said the changes are not a good outcome.
Letters on church restrictions, Avondale land, Watercare, and sports seasons.
COMMENT: New Zealand's Covid-19 mortality rate is testament to the measures taken.
Comment: Rest home workers earn about $10,000 less than hospital counterparts.
During lockdown, residential areas showed neighbourhoods turned into mini villages.
COMMENT: The subsidy scheme highlights problems with courier contracts.
Simon Bridges has lasted for just over 26 months. He may have only a week left.
Principals were pleasantly surprised with the number of kids for the first day back.
Social media is an option for businesses trying to move online - but there are pitfalls