A man has serious injuries after a shooting in the Auckland suburb of Manurewa early today.
As she stroked the family dog, Bonita Rubena-Misilisi smiled sadly at the casket where her teenage daughter lay and described how proud she was of her "lover of life".
About 550 overseas teachers have already been screened by the Ministry of Education and are ready for New Zealand schools to hire.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has offered Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi any help New Zealand could give to resolve the Rohingya crisis.
Bunnings Warehouse is suggesting community groups running charity sausage sizzles order their ingredients more safely.
A rising number of cases of worrying Meningococcal disease has prompted Crown research agency ESR to increase its monitoring.
An Air Force spy who stole sensitive operational material from the Defence Force with the help of his government security clearance has been convicted on appeal.
A South African couple living near Nelson were stunned to discover racial slurs tagged all over their property in red paint.
The Pike River Mine drift will be re-entered, possibly in February next year, the Government announced this morning.
A car fleeing police through Auckland traffic on a busy motorway has been captured smashing its way past other vehicles in a bid to escape.
Police have arrested and charged a man following a homicide investigation into the death of a man in South Auckland.
About 1000 St John staff striking over better pay and staffing levels will from today refuse to go off the front line to cover commercial events.
An independent inquiry into the Earthquake Commission wants to hear from people who are unhappy with their experience with EQC, but will not relitigate past insurance settlements or claims.
Air New Zealand has cancelled a flight from Los Angeles after a collision with another aircraft on the tarmac.
Two people have been hospitalised after a chemical spill at the University of Canterbury this afternoon.
The Ministry of Education (MOE) sold land in Whangarei to Housing New Zealand for hundreds of thousands of dollars under what it was deemed to be worth by Land Information NZ.