Mike Heard arrived in the city to discover a state of emergency.
The Deputy Prime Minister addressed the conference on Sunday afternoon.
"No one wakes up asking to be depressed."
MediaWorks bosses won't speculate about what will happen if a buyer isn't found.
Farmers are forecasting hundreds of thousands of dollars in extra cost on their farms.
The dissertation was entitled "What, You’ve Never Stood Next to a Dead Guy? YouTube, The Attention Economy, and the Facilitation of Outrage".
When Hannah Yang complained about a racist clue in the daily paper, she was reminded of the prevalence of casual racism in New Zealand.
Michael Spensley didn't die, but his wife of 23 years did.
He said there was no cut-off date when it came to finding a buyer.
A new project will turn seaweed into a greenhouse gas-busting cattle feed supplement.
Final results show he had just 62 votes fewer than Andy Foster.
TV in New Zealand is broken, and it could have a big impact on news, writes Hal Crawford.
The Government is looking at changing the law surrounding the practice.