An Auckland man has been charged with threatening to kill Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
There are no new community cases of Covid-19 and just one case in managed isolation, according to the Ministry of Health.
An employer whose staff routinely work in Auckland's managed isolation facilities and hospitals is expressing frustration at not being able to get her workers vaccinated.
The sick and injured are being forced to wait for help in the back of a ambulances at several emergency departments at the country's biggest hospitals as demand skyrockets.
New Zealand will donate Covid-19 vaccines for 800,000 people via the COVAX dose-sharing facility that aims to protect health workers and other vulnerable people in lower-income countries.
People will be able to walk in to a clinic and get the Pfizer vaccine jab from July, when the Government plans to be able to roll out an average of 280,000-odd doses a week for six months.
A Memorial Ave resident says the number of pigeons gathering across from her house in Burnside Park is like a scene from Alfred Hitchcock’s 1963 horror film The Birds.
A Christchurch father says he would be dead by now if it wasn't for the cancer treatment he is receiving - but he has had to borrow $90,000 against his family home to afford it.
Conflict between two notorious gangs escalated with shots fired inside an Auckland hotel on Thursday morning.A gun was fired at a luxury Auckland hotel this morning, sparking a city-wide response...
Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins says he won't be putting the 4500 workers in MIQ facilities under suspicion due to the actions of a security guard who according to the prime minister "was lying" about getting tested.
A video showing a South Island man harming a possum by punching it in the face has left animal rights advocates furious.
Waterspouts have been spotted ripping through Napier amid large thunderstorms pummelling across the North Island.
A Christchurch GP was surprised to hear that Canterbury District Health Board (CDHB) staff were making personal Facebook posts to advise people there were spare Covid-19 vaccines up for grabs.
The mass shooter who killed 51 people in New Zealand in 2019 has launched a legal challenge seeking a review of his prison conditions and his status as a "terrorist entity".