New Zealand is in for a fine weather treat as the world's "strongest high pressure" weather system drifts over the country.
A patched Nomads gangster who drove a gang associate to a house where he was later stabbed to death over a debt has been jailed.
Before heading to the UN Climate Action Summit, Jacinda Ardern spoke to Newsroom's Sam Sachdeva about her message for world leaders and how to win over climate sceptics.
Auckland mayoral candidate John Tamihere is being slammed for using the words "sieg heil" during a heated political debate with Phil Goff.
The Māori king, Kiingi Tūheitia, says mana whenua have finally reached consensus over what to do with Ihumātao - they want it back.
National is ignoring the victims of gun violence by refusing to support the second tranche of the gun law reforms, Police Minister Stuart Nash says.
A woman was knocked out and left bleeding after she was hit by a Lime scooter on a footpath in Auckland.
Amazon Studios has confirmed the Lord of the Rings series - set to be the most expensive TV show ever – will be produced in New Zealand, but Queenstown's role in the production remains unclear.
Anyone in New Zealand who looks at extremist content on Facebook will in the future be directed to websites helping people to leave hate groups.
Changes to temporary work visas are being cautiously welcomed by industry leaders and employers across the South.
The Government's spending watchdog will assess the "effectiveness and efficiency" of the gun buyback scheme and whether it meets its objectives.
Up to 30,000 businesses across the country will benefit from new changes to the Government's temporary work visa process programme, Immigration Minister Iain Lees-Galloway says.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will sit down with the US President Donald Trump during her trip to the UN next week.
Fire crews were called to Auckland International Airport earlier today after reports of a possible fire inside the terminal.
The government's proposed clean up of waterways will not harm New Zealand's overall economy, a report by the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research (NZIER) has suggested.
The High Court has heard that a man accused of killing an Australian tourist near Raglan on 16 August is not yet mentally fit to instruct a lawyer or enter a plea.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has "called time" on opposing claims over sexual assault allegations against a Labour Party staffer being contested in public.