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Māhanga Bay protesters move down the road after police eviction
They have moved to a gravel car park near Shelly Bay.
No high-ladder fire trucks for most of country after breakdown
There are no high ladder trucks from Hamilton to Dunedin.
'It was my livelihood': Pilot accused of being stalker, danger to passengers
Graham Lindsay has finally received an apology from the CAA and is pursuing compensation.
'Crisis moment': NZ gaming firms cross Tasman as Aussie tax breaks kick in
Two of NZ's largest gaming studios are reluctantly turn to hiring offshore.
Wellington mayoral hopeful says it's time for women to lead after Roe v Wade decision
Tory Whanau has announced her campaign policies at an event in the capital tonight.
Wellington's new electric airport express bus launches tomorrow
The capital city has been without a public transport link to the airport for 18 months.
Paul Eagle's campaign engages lawyer over billboard stoush
The mayoral candidate has obtained legal advice that his billboards should be allowed.
Analysis: Let's Get Wellington Moving announcement is déjà vu
The Government first announced light rail and a second Mt Victoria tunnel three years ago.
Government announces light rail and second Mt Vic tunnel for Wellington
A decision on Let's Get Wellington Moving's big projects has finally been made.
Kiwi cities see biggest fall in Economist's livability rankings
New Zealand's travel restrictions were called out by the think tank's rankings.
Rongotai MP Paul Eagle announces Wellington mayoral bid
Paul Eagle will take unpaid leave for three months and donate his salary to charity.
Analysis: Paul Eagle and the strategy behind Wellington's worst-kept secret
Labour's Rongotai MP has confirmed his campaign to be Wellington's next mayor.
Foggy morning in Auckland forces flight diversion; rain, snow possible this week
Cloudy, showery weather is forecast to begin the week - with possible snow in the South.
Wellington needs $7.3b to 'future-proof' rail network - report finds
The network's fragility was highlighted this week when a fault led to mass cancellations.
Fran O'Sullivan: NZ's nosedive bad karma for Ardern
Ardern can still deliver a good sales pitch to overseas. At home, it's got tougher.
Children's mental health: Services at 'crisis point' as demand surges and staff depart
Mental health providers are struggling to cope with growing need in the wake of Covid-19.
Go behind the scenes at Wellington's St James Theatre before it reopens tonight
After years of painstaking work, the theatre has been returned to its former glory.
Doctor fears no change if DHB managers take jobs with Health NZ
Senior doctor says new entity needs people who will challenge the status quo.
Wellington hospital wrestles with staff absences, vacancies and high turnover
The cardiac surgery waiting list is full, nurses are burnt out, some care has been paused.
Bus depot planned for Shelly Bay Rd blindsides Wellington councillors
Councillor says elected members have been 'blindsided' by the proposal.
'Just come back': Friend's plea to comatose Picton crash survivor
Luie Lagud's surgery today reportedly went well, giving family and friends some hope.
Commuter woes continue in Wellington for second day
A specialist engineer worked through the night to solve the problem.
Hospitals struggle: Hundreds wait for surgeries as non-urgent care paused
Planned procedures cut back for two weeks due to staff absences and vacancies.
Education leader lauds Government strategy targeting 'disappearing students'
The strategy aims to return vanishing students to classrooms around the country.