They’ve connected us to our culture, improved our health and helped our youngest and most vulnerable.
Motorists in parts of the North Island are being warned to drive carefully after heavy rain and wind downed trees and caused slips.
Winter has officially arrived, and although it is no longer shorts and T-shirt weather, Niwa National Climate Centre scientists are predicting the next three months will be warmer than usual.
Five New Zealanders are our newest dames and knights, among 178 Kiwis whose contributions have been acknowledged in today’s Queen’s Birthday Honours.
The Avatar film crew have touched down in Wellington through a little-known loophole which allows foreigners through New Zealand's closed borders.
One person died after a crash on State Highway 2 by the Karangahake Gorge at the southern end of the Coromandel Peninsula at about 6.30pm yesterday evening.
A much-loved husband and member of the basketball community died this week from a heart attack aged 39 - despite the efforts of his wife to save him.
Holidaymakers in the Coromandel are being told to hunker down as wild weather brings flooding, slips, gale-force winds and power outages.
At least two vehicles were trapped in floodwaters last night as the North Island got its first taste of a wet Queen's Birthday weekend.
Fulton Hogan, contracted to dispose of dead animals on Auckland's streets, are investigating after an employee threw a distraught family's dead cat into a ditch.
Neil Finn has just released a brand new track - with the help of his Fleetwood Mac bandmates - to support the Auckland City Mission.
It's been more than a week since New Zealand had a new Covid-19 case, and with only one active case, community based assessment centres (CBACs) are beginning to close their doors or reduce hours.