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Trial at Tutira offers revenue-producing solution to erosion on steep hill country land.
Report looks at whether NZ can change the way land is used to achieve emissions target.
It was hard not to feel for Gisborne's Noddy Halley and Lad at the Tux Yarding Challenge.
Comment: You should provide the same level of comfort to workers as your own family.
Scientists want to study snapper growth in the Hauraki Gulf.
Members of Ngāti Toro have stepped up to clean up the Forest Pools area.
Hayley Gourley, Nathan Guy, Peter Nation, John McOviney.
Agria and its chair Alan Lai have settled over claims the firm hid losses from investors.
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Buyers flock to Glassworks market
Child poverty figures remain stagnant, frustrating Children's Commissioner Andrew Becroft.
A red Toyota Corolla hatchback is now the focus of the Grace Millane murder inquiry.
Sunshine and good times at Christmas Parade.
Nicola Patrick on the spirit of Christmas