The Prince of Wales has honoured those who died in the Christchurch mosque shootings - and one survivor in particular - in his Easter message this year.
"I'll talk to you tonight." Those were the last words Steffi August heard from her beloved husband, Fred, uttered less than an hour before a crash took his life.
Some of the southern region's smaller glaciers have disappeared, following two of the hottest summers on record.
Dunedin, with its collection of rental properties snapped up annually by students, has long been favoured by investors.
A group of Christchurch car racers, who earned 177 traffic violation notices in one weekend, are cooperating with police before another event starting tonight.
The National Party is accepting advice that the Pike River re-entry can now be done safely, taking politics off the table on an issue that has been a bitter political battleground.
American magazine Fortune has named New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern the world's second greatest leader.
A witness has described how "heroes" wrestled a loaded shotgun from a man with his finger on the trigger and how a shot was fired, narrowly missing them and other patrons at a tavern.
The family of Gevnesh Prasad were told not to wait for him and to eat their dinner, setting some aside for when he got home. Sadly, the young pilot never arrived.
The University of Auckland has cancelled this year's autumn graduation march due to fears of a copycat terrorist attack.
New Zealand's former top military attache to the United States has been found guilty of planting a hidden camera in a bathroom at our embassy in Washington.
Concertgoers have criticised Six60 on social media after the Kiwi band performed a song containing lyrics about guns and bullets at the You Are Us/Aroha Nui concert at Christchurch Stadium.
Jacinda Ardern is featuring in Time magazine's list as one of the world's 100 most influential people of 2019.
A sweeping audit has revealed an environment under attack from virtually every direction – with climate change also now adding to the pressure.
John Campbell's next big move has officially been announced: The beloved broadcaster will present TVNZ's Breakfast show, replacing Jack Tame.
The National Party is calling the u-turn on a capital gains tax a massive failure for the Prime Minister, but Jacinda Ardern says she's delivering what the public asked for - or in this case, didn...
Prince William will meet survivors of the mosque terror attacks in Christchurch during a two-day visit to NZ on April 25 and 26.
New teacher training enrolments have finally jumped significantly after almost halving in the buoyant job market in the first half of this decade.
The Government's surprise decision to ditch a capital gains tax has changed the political landscape just 18 months ahead of the 2020 election.