NZ First leader Winston Peters is vowing legal action against the SFO after its probe into the NZ First Foundation.
Labour would make mental health support available to all primary and intermediate students, and increase dental health grants to $1000, if elected.
Three German yachties refused entry to this country after arriving in the Bay of Islands have been jailed until they board a flight home later this week.
A man has pleaded guilty to a charge under the Gas Act - after a devastating gas explosion in Christchurch on July 19 last year.
Showering with your cellphone may sound bizarre to some. But for an increasing number of Kiwi families, it's seriously hampering efforts to reduce bills and increase sustainability.
There are two new cases of Covid-19 which have been reported today, both are in managed isolation facilities.
Well-renowned kayak craftsman and kayaker Andrew Martin has been killed in a multiple-car crash near Nelson.
The fishing season kicks off this week but professional guides in Canterbury who would normally be turning clients away have few bookings due to the border closure.
University of Otago researchers are cautiously predicting that most voters will support the End of Life Choice Act in next month’s assisted dying referendum.
Detectives investigating the mysterious sudden disappearance of a Marlborough woman tracked her phone to within a 100m radius of her house.
A man who used bed sheets to escape from an Auckland quarantine hotel spent eight hours visiting different parts of the city.
Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters says a transtasman travel bubble could "open up next week" if Australia can guarantee they'd "send safety to our country, not danger".
The National Party would pay tertiary providers $4000 for every unemployed person they retrain and get into full time work as part of its reskilling and retraining package announced today.
The investigation into the death of Kiwi firefighter Ian Pullen has received a boost after a mystery caller gave an anonymous tip to detectives investigating the case.
Police in the UK have arrested a man in connection with the death of Kiwi cop Matiu Ratana, as his rugby club gathered to remember an "irreplaceable" figure.
New Zealand has no new cases of Covid-19 today, but as travel increases during the school holidays Kiwis are warned not to become complacent about the virus.
After the death of her son in a car crash, Debbie McCormick struggled to leave the house or stop crying - but now her pet chihuahua is helping her to heal.