A high-flying Rotorua fashion designer who this month featured in British Vogue will have to repay nearly $12,000 after being convicted of benefit fraud.
Ever since political comedian Tom Sainsbury portrayed Paula Bennett as a "panini and bowl latte lover" in his impersonation, things have gotten a little out of control.
In a year of extreme rainfall amounts, a MetService meteorologist is describing 2017 as "the year it didn't stop raining".
New photos have been released revealing the damage to the Marsden Point pipeline which has resulted in the Auckland Airport fuel crisis.
Labour leader Jacinda Ardern has travelled to Te Aroha for the funeral of her grandmother, who passed away on Monday night.
A man has died after a collision between his car and train in the North Island this morning.
Police chiefs have backtracked on an instruction telling officers not to target drivers in Christchurch's eastern suburbs because those motorists could not afford tickets.
Two British teachers hired to help fill Auckland's teacher shortage are warning other foreign teachers not to come because of the bureaucratic obstacles to recognising overseas qualifications and experience.
The man who set himself on fire outside Parliament yesterday has died.
A syndicate with its roots in Dunedin has come forward to claim Saturday's $30 million Lotto bonanza.
Air New Zealand believes it won't have to cancel any flights because of fuel issues on Friday, saying its planes should run according to schedule.
Emergency services were called to Parliament this afternoon after a man set himself on fire, police say.
Warmer weather's on the way for the South at the weekend, following scorching temperatures in Australia.
A grieving father hopes his dead boy haunts the dreams of his son's killer.
One person is dead after two cars collided near Foxton, in the North Island, this morning.
A beneficiary will sue the Government after welfare officials were caught using fake names on legal documents in her case, despite being told repeatedly their behaviour was unlawful.
The number of flights cancelled due to the loss in fuel supply to Auckland International Airport has dropped markedly today.
A schoolgirl is fighting for her life and three other students are in hospital after a car ploughed into a group at an Auckland bus stop yesterday.
More than 7000 of New Zealand's most desperate beneficiaries have been short-changed by the Government - and they're about to get payback.
Fujitsu has been fined $310,000 for making unsubstantiated claims about the energy efficiency of its heat pumps.