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The crew of a German yacht have been detained in the Bay of Islands after they broke New Zealand's Covid-19 border restrictions.
A 31-year-old man has been charged in connection with the death of a 10-month-old baby earlier this month.
Green Party co-leader James Shaw is full of disdain but unsurprised at Winston Peters' "politics of division", which he calls a desperate plea for votes.
A man aged in his 30s has been flown to Auckland City Hospital in a critical condition after a skydiving incident in west Auckland.
There are two cases of Covid-19 to report today, one is in managed isolation and one is a historic case, the Ministry of Health says.
Baby Daxton was not expected to live. His parents were told he could die before being born. They braced themselves for the worst. But Daxton is a battler. Four brain operations later, the 13-week-old continues to defy the odds.
Severe weather expected to bring heavy snow and rain to the lower South Island "couldn’t come at a worse time" for some farmers.
Queenstown is right in the middle of one of the safest National electorates in the country, and few political leaders find their way there during campaign season.
Tenants around the country are looking at rent increases of up to 30 percent as a freeze comes to an end, says a renters advocacy group.
Some family doctors are refusing to provide contraception to women on the grounds that they are morally or personally opposed to it, according to a survey.
Christchurch-born Kiwi music legend Max Merritt has died in hospital in Los Angeles after battling a rare auto-immune disease.
Health authorities have now identified 15 locations visited by a family of three when they may have been infectious with Covid-19.
A man charged after the sudden death of a US polo star in the spa pool of a hillside Christchurch house will stand trial later this year.
Police have caught convicted Christchurch murderer Katrina Epiha, who has been on the run since escaping from Corrections officers two weeks ago.
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters has used a speech at Orewa to call protesters objecting to a housing development at Ihumātao "malcontents who got so much unjustified publicity, sticking...
National Party leader Judith Collins said people on the West Coast feel as though they have been let down by Agriculture Minister Damien O'Connor.