“Insidious” instances of racism, sexism and severe threats of violence are examples of the bullying culture that needs to change in Fire and Emergency NZ, a new report says.
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A New Zealand man has died after falling 100m down a cliff off Bolivia's infamous "death road" while holidaying with his girlfriend.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern plans to again raise with Google the issue of the company breaching suppression orders in the murder case of British backpacker Grace Millane.
Two people are dead and another three seriously injured after a two-car crash on State Highway 4 in the North Island.
A Singaporean actor and soldier who was injured during a military exercise in Waiouru over the weekend has died.
What was first thought to have been a big East Coast quake actually turned out to be two others that struck elsewhere and within minutes each other, confusing GeoNet’s automated system.
Immigration New Zealand is holding on to close to $3 million in fees paid by the parents of residents who have been trying to get into the country for years.
Early intervention is crucial in dealing with mental heath issues, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has told an audience at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland.
The killer jailed for the Ashburton Work and Income double-slaying will argue against his conviction and sentence in March.
Vaughan Clutterbuck has no problem with the removal of pine trees at Western Springs. It’s the “disrespectful” way Auckland Council is going about felling the trees that annoys him.
New Zealand drivers are crashing at higher rates than drivers visiting this country, Ministry of Transport data shows.
Housing Minister Phil Twyford has called the housing market "a basket case", as he defends KiwiBuild in the wake of a damning report into the government programme.
The group of unruly British tourists who have created headlines worldwide appear to be making plans to leave NZ with the first of the group boarding a flight to Hong Kong yesterday.
When Jacinda Ardern spoke at a town hall meeting 10 years ago as a fresh, young MP and talked about climate change, she was roundly booed - even from members of her own family.
The mother of teenage siblings killed in a crash after they fled police in Christchurch has performed a burnout in their honour.