Trials have been planned for the delivery of over-the-counter medicines to remote communities.
A disgraced former lawyer is set to marry an "evil and dangerous predator" inside prison.
People posting derogatory comments on police Facebook pages under suspects' mugshots doesn't classify as bullying but can be harmful, Netsafe says.
A man selling "toothpick crossbows" is celebrating a reversal of a short-lived ban on the products by TradeMe.
An electrician working on top of a grain silo had to be resuscitated after being engulfed in grain.
Imagine replacing the classroom with the outdoors, math with hunting and English with cooking.
A man has died of a suspected heart attack at a West Auckland brothel yesterday afternoon.
Prime Minister Bill English today revealed that Clutha-Southland MP Todd Barclay offered to play him the tape of his electorate agent's conversations last year.
Further tax cuts and lifting incomes would be National's priorities over the next five years if it is re-elected in September, Prime Minister Bill English told the party's conference in Wellington today.
An Invercargill couple are devastated, confused and in shock after finding their beloved labrador dead on their lawn.
A derelict psychiatric hospital building has gone up in flames in Nelson.
Four Kiwis rescued from a remote Pacific island after their yacht ran aground on a reef are safely aboard a Fiji Navy patrol boat headed for Suva.
Who would have thought algae could be a beautiful thing?
Kiwis will be alive and kicking for 10 years longer by the end of this century, according to the latest findings and forecasts from the United Nations annual population survey.
The Fiji Navy is due to arrive at a remote Pacific island this afternoon to pick up four Kiwi men, stranded after their yacht ran aground on a reef.
Wellingtonians were woken by shaking this morning as a 3.8 quake rattled central New Zealand.
A mystery backer funded the volunteer scheme for overseas students working on Labour’s campaign — and even Labour does not know who it was or how much was involved.
One of the safest National Party seats in the country is not immune to electoral upset, Clutha-Southland New Zealand First candidate Mark Patterson says.
More heavy downpours - and even possible thunderstorms - are on the way for the Bay of Plenty and much of the rest of the country is in for a rainy evening too.
New Zealand's iconic Christmas Tree, the pohutukawa, may have originated from Australia, a new study says.