The family of a Kiwi mum who died in a Bali hospital after a medical emergency are gifting some of the $230,000 donated in a frantic bid to bring her home to charity.
Acting Prime Minister Winston Peters has denied a claim under Parliamentary privilege called under-fire deputy police commissioner Wally Haumaha to assure him "things would be okay".
Primary school teachers and principals have rejected the Ministry of Education's most recent pay offer and will vote on further industrial action next month.
New research involving Otago University has uncovered a sharp rise in prescription medicine use by children, including a 50 percent increase in prescriptions for the antidepressant fluoxetine.
Six-year-old Kati Allen has had hundreds of hospital visits and numerous surgeries as doctors grapple with a condition never seen in New Zealand before.
Three Auckland district health boards have written off debts of $53.5 million run up by ineligible overseas patients in the past five years.
Gannets are understood to have lost nests in a slip at Cape Kidnappers but could be invited to join a trial colony with model gannets, a sound system and home security.
The group of hikers who watched as their friend Magesh Jagadeesan fell to his death in Mt Ruapehu's crater lake have spoken out about what happened in the lead up to the tragic incident.
With a mock security pass listing her as "First Baby" of NZ, Neve Te Aroha made her UN debut when mum Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern spoke at a peace summit in the General Assembly.
National's Simon Bridges says Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has misled Parliament through her answers to him about her contact with digital entrepreneur Derek Handley and she needs to correct it.
The staff member at the centre of an incident involving former government minister Meka Whaitiri was left bruised in the encounter, the National Party has claimed in Parliament.
A building industry study has identified a macho and bullying culture as a major factor in the industry's high suicide numbers.
No more needles have been found in strawberry stock pulled from shelves by Woolworths NZ after three were found at an Auckland store.
Digital Services Minister Megan Woods has apologised to entrepreneur Derek Handley over the way his recruitment for the government chief technology officer role unfolded.
A Taupō woman forced to give birth to a stillborn child with no medical help at Rotorua Hospital is still suffering from PTSD six months on.
Entrepreneur Derek Handley said no one from the Government has told him why he was dropped as New Zealand's chief technology officer after he'd accepted the job.
Southern strawberry growers say their hearts go out to their beleaguered counterparts across the Tasman, and their association says scanners could be used to check for needles.
The Victoria University council has voted to change its name to University of Wellington - dropping the reference to the former monarch.
Six armed raiders attacked a Christchurch petrol station worker in a violent robbery overnight – the second time it's been hit in four months.