A violent offender who attacked good Samaritan Lucy Knight as she intervened during a bag snatch outside a supermarket in 2014 is back behind bars.
As Jess Nock and Conner Dickson ran towards a burning home they saw a woman banging on the window for help, saying she and her baby were trapped inside.
At least 12 people have been injured in a three-car crash on State Highway 5 at Ohaaki, northeast of Taupō.
A Christchurch homeowner furious that a power line company was cutting his trees snapped and knocked a contractor to the ground.
Official figures show 32 people breached Covid-19 isolation rules during a 58-day period between April and June.
The Ministry of Health has revealed five new cases of Covid-19 - including three more international mariners staying in the Sudima Hotel Christchurch Airport.
Six fatal crashes over Labour Weekend so far have prompted police to call for more care on the road, as traffic volumes are set to remain high today.
Advance NZ co-leader Billy Te Kahika has severed ties with the party after it failed to make it into Parliament.
A region of the country which suffers one of the highest rates of bowel cancer will soon be able to access the free screening programme.
One of Auckland's leading teachers has resigned from a prestigious teaching job after an alleged inappropriate relationship with a student.
There are no new community cases of Covid-19 in New Zealand today, and just one in managed isolation.
An international Hindu group is calling for Diwali to be made a public holiday in New Zealand starting from 2022.
New Zealand's biggest band is battling to become the first group to play at Eden Park in a fresh fight for live music at the country's premier stadium venue.
Tool lead singer Maynard James Keenan has revealed today in a podcast that he had Covid-19 while performing in New Zealand earlier this year.
The marine employee cluster has increased to include three other positive cases and has businesses throughout Auckland scrambling after being alerted to links to new infections.