Nearly 300 complaints have been upheld against New Zealand Police officers so far this year, a new report says.
Director-general of the Department of Conservation Lou Sanson says it may be time to start charging for the use of the country’s Great Walks.
The owner of an Australian theme park Dreamworld, where four people were killed on a water ride, has defended its safety practices amid intense criticism.
The High Court has allowed an appeal against a judge's decision to discharge rugby player Losi Filipo without conviction for assaulting four people, including two women.
Meet your new Prime Minister: Paula Bennett. Acting Prime Minister, that is.
Police say reports of a three-month old child being kidnapped in Hamilton are false.
Family of the New Zealand woman killed in an accident at the theme park Dreamworld have rushed to the Gold Coast to support her grieving husband and two young children.
Kiwi Tiffany & Co fans will be greeted by both familiar and unique sights when they enter the iconic jewellers' New Zealand flagship today.
The Immigration Minister has repeatedly asked for United States help to deport a stateless businessman living near Christchurch.
University students opened rejection letters shattering their dreams of becoming doctors just hours before they were due to head into a test.
A Kiwi woman was one of four people killed in a tragic accident at Australia's biggest theme park.
The Auckland man on trial for murder tweeted about going on a 'murderous rampage' and after he allegedly stabbed two men, shaved his beard and washed his clothes in bleach, a court has heard.
The child who died in a "tragic accident" at Piha on Saturday was found on rocks, a witness said.
The advertising of chips, chocolate, sugary fizz and other junk foods face new restrictions following a review.
Business delegates on the Prime Minister's trip to India gave officials a supportive round of applause after a trying day that saw the group stranded in Australia.
A top Auckland school is losing three key teachers to places like Dunedin and Hamilton where the cost of living and house prices are more affordable.
The family of a New Zealand woman who fell to her death from a Melbourne apartment balcony at the weekend are mystified by what happened.
Former transport minister Gerry Brownlee bought chewing gum and a can of drink after barging through airport security, new information about the 2014 incident at Christchurch Airport shows.
The gang leader who claims to have driven P dealers out of Ngaruawahia has reportedly lost an eyeball for his efforts.
The Labour weekend road toll stands at two today, after a woman critically injured in a Paekakariki crash died in hospital overnight.