Beverage company Lion is recalling Mac’s Non-Alcoholic Ginger Beer after concerns some bottles have been accidentally filled with alcohol.
Christchurch Hospital has been inundated by a surge of people with severe poisoning from synthetic cannabis, doctors say.
A principals' association president was hoping a Ministry of Education meeting to review guidelines on the restraint of children, would result in change. He was disappointed.
Labour MP Meka Whaitiri has been sacked as a minister over allegations of a fracas with a staff member but the Prime Minister has left the door open for her to return to Cabinet.
A real estate agent now resident in Wanaka has today been convicted for her role in accepting $150,000 of commissions for houses she didn't sell.
It seems ever more likely a team will head into the Pike River Mine after experts found no "showstopping" obstacles preventing re-entry.
Forty of New Zealand's luckiest, or unluckiest, players have pocketed $25,000 each in Lotto's First Division draw.
Housing New Zealand tenants who were wrongly penalised for meth contamination in their state homes will be reimbursed and receive a formal apology from the agency.
A man is in critical condition, another two are seriously injured, and another two have been injured after four separate crashes throughout the country.
The government is marking Suffrage Day with the introduction of legislation making it easier for employees to make a pay equity claim.
The Government will lift the annual refugee quota to 1500. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said the increase will not take place immediately, but from July 2020.
Three women walk into a room for an historic photo shoot. It was the first time Dame Jenny Shipley (left), Jacinda Ardern and Helen Clark had been together since Ardern took the top job.
The State Services Minister is expected to turn up to Parliament this afternoon with copies of former minister Clare Curran's personal emails to technology entrepreneur Derek Handley.
New government figures show three-quarters of the amount lost by people to scammers in the last three months was lost by people aged 55 and older.
Massey University has hit back at claims its vice-chancellor misled the public, maintaining "genuine" security concerns around a planned speaking engagement scuttled the event Don Brash was to...