Auckland Airport says it has found a woman involved in a security breach this evening.
The man found dead at a house in Whanganui on Sunday has been named as a 53-year-old local.
A 16-month-old is seriously injured after being hit by a vehicle in South Auckland.
The Government is set to make an announcement on Christchurch's new stadium this week.
The Government has paid more than $500,000 compensation to a man who was wrongfully convicted of a gang-related group assault when he was aged 17.
Newly revealed CCTV footage captured the abduction of beloved family dog Bowie, who was taken while her owner was inside an Auckland burger joint.
The bodies of New Zealand Defence Force personnel buried overseas since 1955 will be brought home to their families in a $7 million mission.
A migrant who had three partners in New Zealand that were pregnant to him at the same time has been allowed to stay in the country.
Fish & Game wants visitor numbers to the high country restricted to prevent increasing harm to the environment.
Truck companies have been told not to use more than 800 truck-trailers because of serious safety concerns.
Security firm Thompson and Clark uses secret chat channels to communicate with government departments, and share information about people it is monitoring for those departments.
A body has been found by police divers searching for a man missing at a popular waterfall spot in the Bay of Plenty.
PR executive and political commentator Matthew Hooton has formally apologised to former National MP Steven Joyce over a highly critical column.
Large forestry companies say they will need more foreign workers if they are to hit the Government’s goal of planting one billion trees in 10 years.
This year's road toll is on track to surpass last year's - which was the highest since 2009 - with 18 more people killed on the road than at the same point in 2017.
Everyone does it these days - as soon as we get a rash or a sniffle we go on Google to work out what's wrong.
A rural Auckland family sheltered "in lockdown" in a bathroom when police with guns began to mass outside their home.
The rapid growth in adventure tourism has brought economic benefits but the wellbeing of tourist guides is "often overlooked" and problems have arisen from burnout and turnover.
Liquidators have targeted another firm of a jailed fraudster as they try to unravel the Christchurch con man's $17 million Ponzi scheme.
A police operation is under way to recover a missing swimmer from the bottom of Omanawa Falls, near Tauranga.