Joe Hawke - the prominent kaumātua and activist who led the long-running Takaparawhau occupation at Auckland's Bastion Point in the late 1970s - has died, aged 82.
A Christchurch tourist attraction which has offended some customers for years is still running after delaying promised updates.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has congratulated Anthony Albanese and the Labor Party on winning the Australian election, saying she is looking forward to working with him on a range of issues.
A new report suggests that medical students are sometimes encouraged to breach informed consent guidelines by their supervisors.
Unable to buy their first home alone, some New Zealanders are teaming up with family and friends to enter the property market.
The country's i-SITE visitor centres will receive a funding boost as borders reopen and they gear up for more international tourist and business traveller arrivals.
Power has been restored to most of the 7000 homes in Wairarapa left without electricity after a magpie flew into a transformer.
A woman who was trapped under a tree in Cambridge as wild weather sweeps up the North Island has died.
Balancing the books of government when it comes to a pandemic Budget was never going to be an easy task.
A former nurse jailed for possessing hundreds of child sex abuse images and then stripped of his licence has been further censured.
A woman has sustained critical injuries after being crushed by a fallen tree in Cambridge as wild weather sweeps up the North Island.
A tornado has ripped through Levin this morning, causing widespread damage, while downed trees and powerlines are blocking roads around the Horowhenua.
Budget 2022 is not the Budget many people needed, but it is perhaps the Budget the country needed to have.
A man was beaten with a hockey stick and had mince and cheese pies thrown at him by three disgruntled males who broke into his caravan while he was asleep.