Canterbury DHB staff who provided care to the injured from the terror attacks on two mosques last week are now sharing their stories.
Moshin Al-Harbi made a difference at the business where he worked - he exposed his colleagues to a new culture and left them better off. He was the only victim who survived the mosque attacks to later die in hospital.
More than 500 people across the country have registered to give blood since the Christchurch mosque shootings, saying they want to do what they can to help.
An Auckland teenager has been sentenced to two years in jail for the one-punch death of a security guard.
A University of Otago emeritus professor is mourning a former colleague who died in Friday's terror attack in Christchurch.
It appears the shootings in Christchurch yesterday were the actions of a lone gunman - who is believed to have lived in Dunedin since at least 2017 - police now say.
Leaders around the world have expressed sorrow and condemnation of the killing of 49 people in the terror attack on two Christchurch mosques.
The prefab industry says it's at a critical tipping point, as it waits for the government's promised building reforms to get underway.
For the first time, Oranga Tamariki has laid bare just how much harm and abuse is being done to children in its care.
Scientists and ethicists from seven countries, including New Zealand, are insisting on a global moratorium for editing DNA in human sperm, embryos and eggs.
E-scooters have been allowed on to footpaths and roads without the risk assessments a transport official has said were necessary.
Residents at a Wanaka subdivision say they are being effectively gagged from having a say on what happens in their own backyard.
A Canterbury doctor helping tackle the region's measles outbreak warns up to 100,000 people must be vaccinated.
Line workers are trapped in a sham contracting model, they say, which has them working six days a week and still not breaking even.
The increasing cost of burials is leaving low income families with no choice but to cremate their loved ones even if it's against their beliefs, the Funeral Directors Association says.
The government won't adopt a capital gains tax that would leave KiwiSavers worse off, the head of the Tax Working Group says.
A Canadian student, denied an exchange to a New Zealand university because of her mental illness, has laid a complaint with the Human Rights Commission.
Fonterra's acting chief executive will stay on permanently, with a pay packet of $1.95 million a year, after an international search was canned.
The Ombudsman is warning government departments not to use the Official Information Act as a way of dragging their feet in response to media enquiries.