A man who was shot by police after allegedly threatening a member of the public remains in a critical condition after having surgery for his wounds.
The Government has announced further support for Ukraine's war effort against Russia at today's post-Cabinet press conference, as Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson also addressed the Roe v Wade...
Children will be able to get a free flu vaccine from Friday in a move to reduce hospital admissions, and more New Zealanders will now be eligible for a second Covid-19 booster dose.
Political party donations and overseas voting rules will change ahead of next year's general election, Justice Minister Kiri Allan has announced.
The victim of Saturday's stabbing in Sockburn has been named and the accused ordered to undergo a mental health assessment.
A newborn's death could have been prevented if a sleep pod was delivered 24 hours earlier, a Coroner has found.
Residents in a Christchurch suburb are considering moving houses after a woman was killed in a random stabbing at the weekend.
Requests for medical certificates are adding to the pressure on already-stretched general practices, the College of GPs warns.
Former Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins says if the Govt could redo the Covid response, he'd have scaled back the Auckland Delta lockdowns more quickly in the last three months of 2021.
Six more people have died with Covid, and there are 4429 new community cases of the virus, the Ministry of Health says.
A woman making her way home from work on Saturday afternoon in Christchurch was stabbed to death in what police called a horrific, traumatic and random attack.
A woman making her way home from work has been stabbed to death in what police called a "horrific, traumatic and random attack" in Christchurch.
New polling shows most New Zealanders support changing the country's drug laws to remove criminal penalties and instead offer education, treatment, and other health-based approaches.
A man has been taken to hospital in a critical condition after being found outside a Rotorua address with a stab wound to the chest.
Police have identified more than 130 former patients of the Lake Alice psychiatric hospital's child and adolescent unit who received electric shocks to their genitals or as punishment, rather than...
A man who was allegedly threatening members of the public was shot by police officers in the chest, stomach and limbs, police said today.
National are the sole main New Zealand political party not to publicly denounce the US Supreme Court's decision to overturn a landmark abortion rights ruling.
A woman has died after a potential stabbing on a Christchurch street with police taking two men into custody following the incident.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is calling the US Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v Wade "incredibly upsetting".