Transport Minister Michael Wood has committed to bilingual traffic signs across New Zealand by the end of this term of government, but says the current rules are not racist.
In a highly unusual move, the Speaker has released correspondence between himself, the Clerk's office and Māori Party MPs over the row that blew up in Parliament.
There is one new Covid-19 case in managed isolation in New Zealand today, in addition to the six Pakistani cricketers announced last night.
A Christchurch father-of-two allegedly murdered at his home nearly three months ago can be named for the first time today.
A legendary Pakistani speedster has blasted NZ Cricket for threatening to cancel Pakistan's tour. Meanwhile the identity of the six players who tested positive for Covid-19 on arrival have been revealed.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her rival, National's Judith Collins, have kicked off the 53rd Parliament with a fiery debate which culminated in a scrap over housing.
The Ministry of Health says it appears an Air NZ crew member caught Covid-19 while overseas. One new case in managed isolation has been reported today.
Two young Northland men — one of whom wasn't wearing a seatbelt — were left fighting for their lives after their car skidded off the road at high speed and smashed into a shipping container.
A former Australian TV presenter who fabricated a "cruel lie" around a dying child to con Trade Me buyers out of $35,000 has been sentenced to jail.
The death toll from the eruption of Whakaari/White Island last year has risen to 22 after police confirmed another victim succumbed to their injuries.
A bird rescue group is worried that a mass die-off of Little Blue Penguins that has happened before could reoccur this summer.
After nearly 20 months and numerous extensions, the high-level investigation into the Christchurch terror attack will today hand over its findings.
Air New Zealand staff have an anxious wait in managed isolation while scientists try to determine where the newest case of Covid-19 in New Zealand has come from.
Six60 have called on former Prime Minister and Arts Minister Helen Clark to support their bid to play Eden Park.
Queensland's Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has ruled out the state joining a proposed trans-Tasman travel bubble.