The AM Show co-host Mark Richardson has blasted Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters for his comments following the announcement MediaWorks' TV arm is up for sale.
A Coroner will today hold an inquest into the death of a South Auckland man who managed to hit his head more than 100 times in a police cell after his arrest.
Kayakers and rowers are paddling through garbage and grime and Kerrs Reach. So why isn't more being done to safeguard the river for users?
Canterbury police are investigating a homicide after a man in his 30s died after being assaulted in Hornby yesterday.
A former member of the Armed Offenders Squad was told he could be the victim of an accident during a firearms training session he was leading.
Tens of thousands of people in the northern North Island could be vulnerable to tsunami, and a better tsunami alert and monitoring system is needed, Dr Bill Fry says.
Becoming the world's first dark sky country could be a boon for small communities and encourage more visitors to travel outside peak season.
The new head of the Christchurch City Council says she is used to the challenge of having to work with multiple agencies when managing a city.
New Zealand First members have voted in favour of reconsidering the party's position on drug testing at festivals.
The granddaughter of missing Orewa man Mike McClennan says he's a "kind, social, Kiwi legend who would stop to chat with anyone".
Emergency services have been called to a serious crash between a motorcycle and car in Rakaia in Canterbury.
Hundreds of Kiwis have been sent an intricate email scam claiming to be from the tax department alleging a refund is owed.
Two separate crashes within just 17 minutes have caused delays and left four people injured in Waimakariri, Canterbury.
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An Air NZ flight from Auckland to San Francisco had to be rerouted to Hawaii this morning due to engineering fault.
US tech companies won't release data on the online spread of footage of last week's shooting in Germany, despite pledging greater transparency as part of NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's "Christchurch Call."
Disgruntled licensed gun owners have descended on the NZ First conference in Christchurch to tell party leader Winston Peters they feel like victims.
There's been a large landslide at Omoto, east of Greymouth, closing a section of State Highway 7 until at least Tuesday.
A few years ago, Parliament reviewed the rules concerning member's Bills, partly in the hope of allowing more MPs a chance of getting their proposed law reforms considered.