US President Donald Trump has continued his streak of false claims - this time trying to take credit for one of New Zealand's achievements, which has angered Kiwis.
National Party leader Todd Muller has refused to comment on an incident involving fellow MP Michael Woodhouse and a photo of a toilet seat with Dunedin MP Clare Curran's face on it.
The Government is extending temporary work visas by six months, Immigration Minister Iain Lees-Galloway has announced.
A hair-raising video of two skateboarders speeding down a Christchurch street has been posted online.
WATCH: Invercargill's inner city has been given a splash of colour as more than 120 community groups leave their artistic mark on the city's CBD redevelopment
India has overtaken Russia to record the world's third-highest number of coronavirus infections at nearly 700,000, even as its hardest-hit state said it will allow hotels to reopen this week.
Lockdown measures have been reimposed in Melbourne, confining residents to their homes unless undertaking essential business for six weeks, as officials scramble to to contain a coronavirus outbreak.
WATCH: More than 20 well-drilled ploughmen took part in the Mid Canterbury Vintage Machinery Club ploughing match late last month.
A New Zealand man repeatedly choked then bit a Queensland policewoman as his sister handcuffed the officer after the pair were kicked out of a Brisbane pub.
Mystery surrounds why a former University of Otago law student refused to hand over his cellphone's passcode when police raided his house after an "abhorrent" threat to a Christchurch mosque.
A checkpoint targeting car seats in Dunedin yesterday failed to find a single one installed correctly.
A Dunedin student attempting to scratch his eyeballs out has prompted a warning from police around drug use.
An emotional Melissa Vining this morning confronted the Southern District Health Board and challenged it to improve its cancer care services.
A man left fighting for his life in the wake of the "heinous" Christchurch mosque shootings has called for the death penalty to be reintroduced in New Zealand.
The Government has confirmed it is restricting seats on international flights for people wanting to return to New Zealand.
A new dedicated air conditioning system may be commissioned in an attempt to get the Southern District Health Board’s multimillion-dollar intensive care unit development fully open for patients.