An entertainment industry veteran has been found guilty of indecent assault after a high-profile trial in Auckland.
Female academics at universities throughout New Zealand will be paid $400,000 less than their male counterparts throughout their career, new research reveals.
Health authorities have ruled out coronavirus after an unwell child was rushed to Christchurch Hospital on Wednesday.
A 9-year-old girl playing at an Auckland beach has been attacked by a dog which latched on to the child's ear, drawing blood.
The teenage tour guide who almost died in the Whakaari/White Island eruption has written a heart-felt message from his hospital bed, thanking the nation for their "kindness".
Motorists are still confused about "ambiguous" drink-drive laws, with many believing they are fine to get behind the wheel after three drinks.
The Jewish community is on guard after fluorescent yellow swastikas were spray-painted outside Temple Sinai in Wellington, as well as several other inner-city locations.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern returns to the political fray on Thursday, with expectations she could name September 19 as the election date as soon as then.
A controversial US dog trainer says he'll still come to New Zealand to run a seminar, despite a petition against allowing him entry.
Many parts of NZ are in for an "absolute scorcher" this weekend, a meteorologist says. In the South, temperatures could soar into the 30s.
A recently widowed Marlborough dairy farmer says a logging operation that has sprung up on a neighbouring property is likely to destroy her farm.
A woman who was almost killed when a giant tree stump dropped onto her truck is stunned that WorkSafe is refusing to investigate.
Two people have been hurt in a crash on the bridge in the Waikato which involved two cars and a cow.
A deal on disputed land at Ihumātao is close, a leader of the group occupying the South Auckland site believes. However, Fletcher Building says discussions are "ongoing".
Pak'nSave is in hot water with the Advertising Standards Authority over the use of the phrase "ruck me" on a billboard advertisement.
A man who bought a Holden V8 but found the engine noise too loud has won the right to a full refund.
Police Minister Stuart Nash has admitted that New Zealand has a gang problem, but believes that the Government has done a lot to tackle it.