Hawkes Bay's residents have been left shaken after a strong 4.9 earthquake rolled through the province on tonight.
The government has decided to start directly informing neighbouring farms when an infected or high-risk property is detected nearby.
Tourists will soon have to pay double what locals do to stay in tramping huts on the country's four main Great Walks.
Jacinda Ardern and Clarke Gayford's baby girl has posed for her second ever public photo.
Jacinda Ardern's newborn daughter is keeping warm in woollies made specially for her, including a baby blanket gifted by Ngai Tahu.
Police say driver fled as they attended family harm callout.
A Canterbury University law student being investigated for a sexual assault has been allowed to go overseas on a study-related trip.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's parents have expressed their excitement at the birth of their new granddaughter.
Dennis Hopkins recalled feeling unwell and rather light-headed when he woke early one morning in April.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will make no public appearance today with her new baby and partner Clarke Gayford, but nurses say her baby is 'very alert and one hungry baby'.
Passengers at Gisborne Airport were delayed 30 minutes for their flight to Auckland this morning - because staff were locked out of the control tower.
Should New Zealand do away with public holidays and just let Kiwis decide when to have a break?
Three men associated with one of Hawke's Bay's largest fishing companies yesterday admitted misleading officials about their catches and falsifying documents.
Trade talks between New Zealand and the European Union have been launched and EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom says she is confident a compromise can be reached on curly issues such as...
Congratulations and well-wishes poured in from all corners of the globe following the news of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Clarke Gayford welcoming a baby girl into the world.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has given birth to her daughter.
The New Zealand media have lost the plot around the Prime Minister having a baby, Mike Hosking reckons.
A man who photographed teenaged girls in their swimwear at a beach using a zoom lens while crouching out of sight has had his conviction quashed by NZ's highest court.
The New Zealand Government has welcomed a U-turn by the United States on its controversial policy of separating children from their parents at the US-Mexico border.
The children of a former Otago University lecturer at the centre of poisoning allegations reject what they are calling ''unsubstantiated'' claims.