Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has loosened herself a little from diplomatic strictures to describe Donald Trump's presidency of the United States as "tumultuous".
A home owner released video of an NZ Post courier driver using her property as a toilet after she received no response to a complaint about the incident.
Jacinda Ardern has demanded "absolute focus" from her Labour MPs in 2021, noting "on-going vigilance" would be required to avoid another Covid outbreak.
A New Zealand politician is offering top level intervention for Australian kiddy supergroup The Wiggles, whose upcoming tour is in jeopardy after they failed to secure quarantine slots.
Two people who died in a crash after travelling nearly 10km in the wrong direction on a Wellington motorway have been named.
An animal welfare charity is on high alert after a young long-finned pilot whale washed up on a Christchurch beach.
The first quarantine-free flight in 10 months has landed in Auckland with friends and family ready to greet passengers from the Cook Islands with an emotional welcome.
NCEA results went online this morning and 140,000 teenagers are finding out how the pandemic affected their education last year.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the Government is firmly focused on the economic rebuild and addressing the housing shortage and affordability.
A man who massacred eight pohutukawa trees with a chainsaw in an upmarket Auckland suburb has been remanded on bail while a sentence of home detention is considered.
Warnings of violent political acts in the United States have prompted New Zealand authorities to deploy an online counter-terrorism team.
it has been a summer of change for New Zealand drivers, after some state highways had their speed limits reduced.
The government is being told it has some work on its hands to reach the one in four people who say they don't intend to get a Covid-19 vaccine.
Police have axed their annual cannabis operations, which result in thousands of plants being pulled from isolated locations around the country.
The investigation into a helicopter crash that killed a North Canterbury couple and orphaned their young children may take up to two years to complete.
An Otago vineyard owned by a murdered Auckland woman owed more than $12 million when it went into receivership.