The dispute between allied health workers and district health boards (DHBs) has taken a major step towards being resolved.
An investigation will begin this week into the death of New Zealander Joseph Day, whose body was recovered from Avon Gorge in the United Kingdom earlier this month.
Almost 300 Tranz Alpine Scooter Safari riders crossed the Southern Alps at the weekend to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for the Cancer Society.
People living in the New South Wales Northern Rivers region are enduring more rain as they try to recover from the impact of devastating floods earlier this year.
To control climate change, the world must go beyond cutting carbon dioxide emissions and curb lesser-known pollutants playing a key role in warming the planet, new research suggests.
Coke fans still reeling from the news that Coca-Cola is changing its bottles are in for an even bigger shift - with two popular Coke products set to disappear from shelves.
The Queen has attended the Chelsea Flower Show, the latest of several appearances easing public concerns about her health ahead of a celebration of her 70 years on the throne.
New Zealand will stay in the Orange traffic light setting ahead of an expected winter spike in the Covid-19 variant Omicron, the Government says.
The WHO says it doesn't believe the monkeypox outbreak outside of Africa requires mass vaccinations, as measures like good hygiene and safe sexual behaviour will help control its spread.
New photographs of Boris Johnson drinking at a leaving party at his Downing Street residence have been published, reigniting opposition accusations that he breached his own Covid lockdown rules.
When Dexter Barham's friends told him he was drifting in and out of his lane with his headlights on high-beam he told them he was tired but okay to keep driving.
The benefits of a budget-blowing restructure of the way ACC manages claims are still "unclear", a return on investment by 2030 is uncertain and privacy breaches have nearly doubled, a review finds.
A group of young eco-warriors armoured in gloves and beanies braved the biting cold yesterday to help preserve the environment around Lake Mahinerangi.
One tunnels trail was backed, some capital spending was accelerated and Dunedin remained on course for a 6.5% rates increase.
A sex offender serving an indefinite jail term has been smearing faeces on prison walls and acting violently.
A "bit of community friction" came to a head when a nunchuck-wielding man made violent threats in Waipori Falls, a court has heard.