New Zealand drivers are crashing at higher rates than drivers visiting this country, Ministry of Transport data shows.
The emotional, social and psychological impacts of Mycoplasma bovis on farmers and farming communities will be studied by the University of Otago.
The east coast of New Zealand is likely to have the best view of a supermoon rising over the country tonight.
Police Minister Stuart Nash says anecdotal evidence suggests an increase in the number of sexual assaults at the beginning of each year may be linked to students heading to university.
A Hamilton mother has been left devastated after her six-year-old son clocked up a $500 debt on the online game, Fortnite.
The Honorary Consul General for Ireland says New Zealand media's coverage of a family of unruly tourists has reinforced hurtful stereotypes.
Wellington students desperate to find rentals are getting creative to try and find housing, while others with rentals are struggling to make rent.
Work to flush explosive gases out of the Pike River mine tunnel is set to begin today as the operation to re-enter the mine drift enters a critical phase.
If you happen to see a someone carrying two lime scooters over their shoulders, shoving them into a car boot and driving away into the night don't be alarmed.
A Palmerston North woman has lost confidence in her image after the employees of a hair salon called her a freak and ordered her to leave.
A man claims to have seen someone fleeing the crash that killed three teenagers in Christchurch last night.
Auckland Transport was asked five months ago to investigate the safety of a road which was the scene of a fatal crash on Saturday.
An elderly widow who lives alone has been attacked in her Northland home, after two women came to her door asking for fuel.
Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones has hit out at BP which has been distributing pamphlets at its petrol stations explaining the cost of a litre of petrol.
A lawyer who represents state abuse survivors fears the Royal Commission of Inquiry might not start hearing evidence for months, leaving her clients feeling anxious and frustrated.
The SPCA says birds are showing up in Wellington either distressed or dead after being decorated with tinsel, rings and other items.