A woman who was almost killed when a giant tree stump dropped onto her truck is stunned that WorkSafe is refusing to investigate.
Two people have been hurt in a crash on the bridge in the Waikato which involved two cars and a cow.
A deal on disputed land at Ihumātao is close, a leader of the group occupying the South Auckland site believes. However, Fletcher Building says discussions are "ongoing".
Pak'nSave is in hot water with the Advertising Standards Authority over the use of the phrase "ruck me" on a billboard advertisement.
A man who bought a Holden V8 but found the engine noise too loud has won the right to a full refund.
Police Minister Stuart Nash has admitted that New Zealand has a gang problem, but believes that the Government has done a lot to tackle it.
Ferry commuters in Auckland are fuming because of delays caused by cruise ships berthing in the city.
An early childcare teacher who left a boy with bruises after picking him up "rugby style" has been censured.
A Chinese artist wants to find a Kiwi home for his huge metal sculpture of former All Black captain Richie McCaw.
A headline act for Laneway Festival has cancelled just days before the event gets underway at Auckland's Albert Park on Monday.
Five Māori women leaders have filed an urgent claim to the Waitangi Tribunal alleging that the Government is underfunding and undermining Whānau Ora.
New Zealand health authorities are being warned not to be complacent about the risk of a new Sars-like virus in China spreading to Queenstown and other parts of New Zealand.
The Christchurch District Health Board has been criticised for delaying payments to at least 1500 nurses for their extra work over Christmas and the New Year.
Three laptops have been stolen from the National Party's headquarters in Auckland in a break-in last night, the party's deputy leader Paula Bennett has revealed.
Pellets from a gunshot were found to have hit a child's car seat during a shooting at the weekend that left a 25-year-old man with injuries to his head, face and torso.