Lime's supersized Generation 3 (or G3) e-scooter got oohs and ahhs when previewed in Auckland yesterday.
A 97-year-old Auckland man who was living in a castle is entangled in a courtroom battle with his own son over $1.7 million in a share trading account.
The woman who accused former Kāpiti Coast district councillor David Scott of indecent assault is going to court next month to apply for a restraining order against him.
Jonah Lomu's former manager Phil Kingsley Jones has criticised the new TV miniseries that tells the life story of the rugby legend.
The wife of a drug syndicate ringleader has been ordered to hand over her "father's" diamante watch, while a judge has lambasted her "determined attempt to mislead the court" in an effort to keep...
Details of how a man allegedly murdered his stepdaughter at Mangawhai a year ago have been revealed in court for the first time.
An unlawful police search of journalist Nicky Hager's home came from officers neglecting their duties rather than intentional misconduct, the police watchdog says.
Primary and intermediate school principals have settled their long-running pay dispute with the Education Ministry.
A New Zealand TV news channel breached broadcasting standards by airing "highly-disturbing" footage during its Christchurch mosque shooting coverage.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she backs Corrections Minister Kelvin Davis as being best placed to comment on racism in the prison system.
An Extended Supervision Order has been granted by the court to strictly monitor a repeat child sex offender who threatened to give "many people HIV, HEP C".
A man who argued he had to speed up on a passing lane after the vehicles he was overtaking also decided to go faster has had his speeding ticket thrown out on appeal in the High Court.
The frosty nights are over and there's unsettled weather on the way including heavy rain, strong winds, thunderstorms and even - maybe - tornadoes in the north.
The distraught family of slain Australian surfer Sean McKinnon, who was killed in New Zealand, have had their son's body returned to them.
The fuel industry is not as competitive as it should be and Kiwis pay too much for petrol, the Commerce Commission says.
Sweeping planned changes to the criminal justice system are a "watershed moment", a Maori development director says.
The exclusive, male-only Nelson Club has refused to vote on an amendment to its laws that would ban "hate speech" in its premises while passing a rule that gags members from speaking out.
At the police dog training centre in Upper Hutt, a tumble of furry bodies quiver, yelp, and poke curious noses at nearby ankles.