Hosea Joel Gerrard-Collier thought he was possessed by the Devil when he killed his late father's pregnant partner Robyn Alicia Crawford.
The best thing New Zealanders can do is starve alt-right speakers Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux of attention, Immigration Minister Iain Lees-Galloway says.
An Auckland tradie who lost his job following a complaint over his alleged flirting with a customer has been awarded more than $22,000 in compensation.
A car hit a building with such force it split into at least four pieces and a resident says its occupants lay dead for hours before police were called to the scene.
Children with maggot-infested scalps and pre-schoolers with rotting teeth are among the horror stories being revealed by New Zealand doctors.
The sole survivor of a horror crash in Taranaki which seven people died, including her partner and two children, is having to learn to walk again.
The Commerce Commission has filed proceedings against Wilson Parking, alleging it substantially lessened competition for the supply of car parks in central Wellington.
Immigration NZ has granted visas to controversial Canadian speakers Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux, but the Immigration Minister says this does not condone their "repugnant views".
More than 1000 claims have been made to the Earthquake Commission after storms and ex-cyclones that ravaged the country between January and June.
An Auckland vehicle trader has been fined $75,000 for misrepresenting consumers' rights when selling vehicles and failing to display essential information.
Justice Minister Andrew Little remains resolute over comments he made about Australia's deportation policy which brought a rebuke from its Immigration Minister Peter Dutton.
The Australian Immigration Minister has taken a swipe at Andrew Little and New Zealand's contribution to regional surveillance following his appearance on a current affairs show across the Tasman.
Migrant nurses are experiencing racism and cultural scrutiny daily in New Zealand, and experts are saying "it's time to talk".
A Northland avocado grower says thieves have stripped his orchard of up to 70% of the fruit - at a loss of about $100,000 - which is pointless as it is months away from being ready to harvest.
A Taranaki father has pleaded guilty to having his 10-year-old son drive for him because he was drunk.
A motorist who stopped at a crash in West Auckland that killed a pedestrian has hit out at "bystanders" for not stopping to help.
A world-first digitisation project has made what has been dubbed 500-year-old fake news available to the public.