The National Party has appealed a ruling that it breached copyright by using Eminem's track Lose Yourself for a 2014 election ad.
A health board boss took two international work trips while on sick leave, used public money for personal jaunts, did not declare hospitality, booked travel without approval and tried to cover up...
British trade secretary Liam Fox will arrive in New Zealand tomorrow – another high-level visit as the United Kingdom prepares to leave the European Union and forge its own trade deals.
The NZ Transport Agency has today announced two stretches of road on which the speed limit will increase to 110kmh.
A train has hit an unoccupied car on the Aramoho Rail Bridge near Whanganui.
Lorde has snagged the top spot in NME's Album of the Year list.
A 15-year-old girl was among those injured in a mass cycle crash near Christchurch yesterday.
One person has survived but another drowned after a boat sank off the Taranaki coast this morning.
One person is dead after three pedestrians were hit by a car near Kaitaia, in Northland, overnight.
The appointment of former Labour finance minister Sir Michael Cullen as chairman of the Government's tax working group means a preordained outcome on the introduction of a capital gains tax.
A former Napier teacher who accessed a dating website while supervising students has been censured by the Teachers Disciplinary Tribunal.
Pike River families have been granted a moral victory, with the Supreme Court ruling the decision not to lay charges against former mine boss Peter Whittall was unlawful.
A woman has been injured after after a water tank fell on her south of Auckland.
Kaniere woman Lisa Tumahai was today elected chairwoman of the $1 billion Ngai Tahu empire.
Inspector Hurimoana Dennis leaving the Auckland District Court last year. Photo / Greg Bowker
A new tax working set up by the Government will be led by former Labour finance minister Sir Michael Cullen.
Broadcaster Tony Veitch has pulled out of a new sports TV show, Sky has confirmed.
One of the stars of TV crime show 'Westside' has been fined $500 after an assault outside his family home.
Ratepayers across the country could see their rates bills rise, as councils struggle to find funds for critical infrastructure, Local Government New Zealand says.
A New Zealander who died in London may have fallen from a second-storey window while taking a selfie, her friends believe.