Police had one of their "easiest" drug busts when a van carrying more than $A200 million worth of ice crashed into police cars parked outside a Sydney cop shop.
South Korea says its warplanes fired hundreds of warning shots at a Russian military aircraft that entered South Korean airspace today.
The final two rounds in the New Zealand Enduro Championship were contested in Hokitika over the weekend.
Four-thousand people turned up for 'Nasa's open day,' at their flying observatory, in Christchurch, over the weekend.
Volunteers are descending on the West Coast, from all over the country, to help clear rubbish from a vast area of the braided Fox River bed.
Convicted killer Helen Milner has won a minor victory in her last-resort effort to prove she didn't murder her second husband.
A one-month-old baby only has months to live unless his family can fundraise for treatment for his extremely rare condition.
The family home should no longer be automatically split 50-50 after a breakup, the Law Commission has told the Government.
An attack ad from the Green Party making fun of the way National leader Simon Bridges speaks has backfired.
The owner of an emaciated horse found by SPCA inspectors to be a "bag of bones" has today narrowly avoided jail and been banned from owning horses for three years.
A man who stole a car during during a meth-fuelled “psychotic episode” has successfully appealed his driving ban.
Local firefighters are describing electric vehicle battery fires as the ones that just don't go out, with risk of reignition several days after it's been extinguished.
A motorist was unhurt and used her cellphone to call for help after her car left Maungatua Rd, Berwick, and went down a bank last night.
The scale of a Russell man's "massive" illegal flounder and oyster haul has shocked Fisheries officers - and he's now facing court.
More than half of Venezuela's 23 states lost power on Monday - a blackout the government blamed on an "electromagnetic attack."
More than 100 children in Oranga Tamariki care were harmed in the three months to March - and three-quarters of them were Māori.
A second confirmed case of measles affecting an infant has prompted health authorities to place 28 people in isolation.