There are no new cases of Covid-19 in New Zealand today.
A former Air New Zealand flight attendant has revealed she finished her job with the airline this week and is now working for a Countdown supermarket.
The Government has announced $126 million to redevelop four schools, including $33.5million to put towards Wanaka's Mount Aspiring College.
Three influential New Zealand figures are urging the government to consider reopening the borders, and abandon a strategy of totally eliminating the Covid-19 virus.
A man known as New Zealand's worst recidivist drink-driver has again appeared before the courts, this time for assaulting his former partner after drinking.
InterCity is the first company to get government money to help land and maritime transport firms hit by the drop in tourist numbers due to Covid-19.
The date for the sentencing of the Christchurch mosque gunman has been confirmed and it could last more than three days.
National MP for Clutha-Southland Hamish Walker has been slammed for penning a "racist" statement singling out quarantining Kiwis returning from India, Pakistan and Korea.
Senior Cabinet Minister Chris Hipkins was one of several people who told David Clark in recent days that his time as Health Minister may be up.
China has advised New Zealand to stay out of its business after Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters criticised its new security law.
The gap between the financial haves and have-nots in New Zealand is widening, according to a new survey.
A Christchurch family whose young son suffered horrific injuries in a dog attack in March are still traumatised, the boy's mother says.
The lawyer of a teenager accused of killing two sisters who were passengers in a car when it crashed on the Port Hills has enlisted an expert to review the case.
National leader Todd Muller has moved his predecessor into his shadow Cabinet, with Simon Bridges taking over the foreign affairs portfolio.
Former Allied Press reporter Rosie Manins has been living in Atlanta as a permanent resident since March 2019. She reports her experience of trying to get a Covid-19 test as yesterday the state of Georgia recorded 1800 new cases.
Wild winds have brought down powerlines and trees in the Wellington region, a mammoth 11m-high wave has been recorded off Banks Peninsula and snow has closed North Island highways.