The company behind Ed Sheeran's New Zealand tour said security measures are reviewed every time an artist holds a show.
A Kiwi daredevil tonight begins his world record attempt for the most bungy jumps in 24 hours.
A host of acclaimed Kiwi entertainers will provide pre-match and half-time entertainment during the British and Irish Lions tour.
A large fire has broken out at a honey shed in North Canterbury.
Police Minister Paula Bennett says anybody thinking about trying methamphetamine because marijuana is harder to get should think again.
Prime Minister Bill English has made his strongest attacks on Labour's housing policy yet.
The trial of a doctor accused of drugging and sexually assaulting patients continues.
A man shot by police officers after he allegedly pointed an imitation gun at them has been denied bail for a third time.
Some offenders will be fitted with anklets that can detect alcohol consumption in sweat.
Two teenage girls armed with tomahawks have robbed a Kerikeri liquor store for cash and spirits.
More than 500 people have turned out for the funeral of a Wellington teenager who died after a club rugby game earlier this month.
A Bay of Plenty grandmother has been found guilty of the manslaughter of her eight-month-old grandson, who died in a hot car while she smoked drugs.
Police say an Israeli tourist rescued from a mountain near Raglan is lucky she didn't get hypothermia.
New Zealand expatriates who sell their family home in Australia could face a large tax on any capital gains.
Deputy Prime Minister Paula Bennett says New Zealanders need to say thank you with their wallets.
Throwing "waves of cash'' at New Zealand's social issues will not help solve the problems, Prime Minister Bill English says.
A convicted fraudster apparently headed an inquiry into workplace harassment just months before she was arrested.
The New Zealanders we trust the most are broadcaster John Campbell, ex-All Black Richie McCaw, the Topp twins and former prime minister John Key.
A security officer was awarded over $21,000 after being fired for reporting an apparent theft.
The country's DHBs are on average falling shy of five out of six targets set by the Ministry of Health.