What started out as a joke has become a safe space for residents of a Christchurch suburb to talk about their feelings and meet their neighbours.
The dispute between allied health workers and district health boards (DHBs) has taken a major step towards being resolved.
An investigation will begin this week into the death of New Zealander Joseph Day, whose body was recovered from Avon Gorge in the United Kingdom earlier this month.
Almost 300 Tranz Alpine Scooter Safari riders crossed the Southern Alps at the weekend to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for the Cancer Society.
Coke fans still reeling from the news that Coca-Cola is changing its bottles are in for an even bigger shift - with two popular Coke products set to disappear from shelves.
When Dexter Barham's friends told him he was drifting in and out of his lane with his headlights on high-beam he told them he was tired but okay to keep driving.
New Zealand will stay in the Orange traffic light setting ahead of an expected winter spike in the Covid-19 variant Omicron, the Government says.
The benefits of a budget-blowing restructure of the way ACC manages claims are still "unclear", a return on investment by 2030 is uncertain and privacy breaches have nearly doubled, a review finds.
While one in three children are still considered overweight in New Zealand, a new Otago study shows obesity among 4-year-olds is continuing to decline.
A Coroner has highlighted the dangers of driving on little sleep in a recently released report into the deaths of two Christchurch 16-year-olds in March 2018.
A nurse who stole credit cards from his patients, including one who was in surgery and another who had died, says he was acting out of desperation.
A Christchurch taxi driver who allegedly had a passenger point a gun at his head and threaten to shoot him has vowed to keep driving.
The completion date of Christchurch's new $533 million central city stadium has been pushed back again.
Cash and an Audi, worth almost $245,000 combined, have been forfeited after police put an end to a Christchurch man's drug-related business dealings.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will head to the United States on Monday night - but her recent bout of Covid-19 has put at risk her first White House visit and meeting with US President Joe Biden.