Sir Elton John's added a second concert in Auckland next year. Two shows at the Mission Estate have sold out, while only pricey VIP tickets remain in Dunedin.
A man who police had been trying to locate because of fears for his safety has been killed after crashing into a truck while fleeing officers.
Elton John will play an extra show in the Hawke's Bay during his New Zealand tour next year, it has been announced.
Residents at the southern end of Pigeon Valley, evacuated in the Nelson area bush fires, have been allowed to return home this morning.
Family members of a young mum brutally murdered by her stalker in a frenzied attack have told the killer they hope he never has a day of peace again.
A Kiwi fisherman has been left with a nasty gaping hole in his arm after he was bitten by a shark - for a second time.
A witness to a hit-and-run in Christchurch says the driver yelled at the victim before driving away.
The Christchurch City Council is proposing to issue Lime with a 12-month permit to operate a fleet of 1000 scooters at a cost of $86.25 per scooter per year.
Nearly half of all drownings in New Zealand so far this year involve people who were "kai gathering".
Otago Polytechnic chief executive Phil Ker says he would be ''extraordinarily disappointed'' if the institution was reduced to being a branch office of a national organisation under government plans.
A Wellington driver was the most ticketed in New Zealand's three largest cities, collecting 149 parking fines in 2018, totalling $5855.
The government is looking at having more than half of children walking, cycling or scooting to school by 2030.
Daring footage shows the moment a "daredevil" rides into the Auckland Viaduct from the wharf on a Lime scooter after he was paid to do it for $1000.
A parliamentary select committee meeting collapsed this morning with Labour and National MPs blaming each other for the mess and wasting submitters’ time.
New Zealand's 16 polytechnics could be brought together as one entity if reform proposals for the sector revealed today by the Government are implemented.
The Government will deliver a 'wellbeing' Budget on May 30, Finance Minister Grant Robertson says - the first of its kind anywhere in the world.
The curious case of the burgled professor is no closer to being resolved, as a year-long police investigation wrapped up with an inconclusive result.