An hours-long standoff at Christchurch Men's Prison is over after the final three prisoners surrendered to Corrections officers.
A survivor of the Christchurch mosque attack was among a group of people from 17 countries who met Donald Trump today to discuss religious freedoms.
A young mum says she will never use an electric blanket again after a faulty one started a blaze that destroyed her family home.
Questions are being asked about Immigration New Zealand's practice of issuing electronic permanent resident visas while also insisting people carry a letter confirming they have those same visas.
Extra stocks of this year's flu vaccine are now available around the country for those who missed out the first time around.
Sustainable building advocates want the construction industry to be given a clear signal to reduce its carbon emissions.
A teenager was reduced to tears after her speech about a friend's suicide was criticised by senior National MP Anne Tolley during a Youth Parliament debate.
Jewish community leaders joined Muslim officials in Christchurch, to hand over a million dollars raised in an American city for the victims of the Christchurch mosque attacks.
A crowdfunding campaign is being launched to call the country's most famous cricket ground the Support Women's Sport Basin Reserve.
Both of the teachers unions - NZEI and the PPTA - have confirmed they will be taking legal action against Novopay.
A pilot has been awarded $3000 in compensation after being quarantined in his bed bug-infested rental apartment in Auckland.
The Government has today released a plan for drones, which Transport Minister Phil Twyford said are estimated to be worth up to $7.9 billion to the economy.
An Auckland man who threatened to throw a rock at, and stab, his property manager has been kicked out of his rental.
The country's largest gun retailer is about to open a new mega store in Christchurch - angering some residents living close by who don't want the big, blue building in their midst.
The government is proposing a new road safety strategy called Road to Zero, aiming to cut road deaths by 40 percent in the next decade.
The number of new residents settling in New Zealand has reached the lowest level since the turn of the 21st century.