A key member of Congress in the US - New York Democrat Max Rose - has stepped up his attacks on Facebook and other social media companies for their failure to eradicate copies of the alleged...
National Party leader Simon Bridges says the incoming UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has a "buffoon-like quality".
The Federal Trade Commission is set to announce that Facebook has agreed to a sweeping settlement of significant allegations it mishandled user privacy.
A judge has labelled the actions of a drink driver who hit speeds of 180km/h down a major residential street as both "reckless and breathtaking".
Singapore says it has seized 8.8 tonnes of elephant ivory - a record haul by authorities in the city-state - which conservation groups say is a transit point for the illegal wildlife trade.
A Dunedin toddler died just hours after being discharged from hospital for the second time in two days, an inquest has heard.
A massive new $1b manufacturing and affordable housing community is planned for north Waikato by the company behind iconic Kiwi brand Sleepyhead, which has outgrown Auckland.
Firefighters are still looking for hot spots in a ceiling space after battling a small fire in a wall and ceiling in a house at the Dunedin suburb of Musselburgh this morning.
An Auckland cake decorator considers her realistic heart surgery cake a "win" after Facebook covered a photo of it for being too graphic.
The Government has officially begun the process of delivering the biggest shake-up to the Resource Management Act since its inception nearly 30 years ago.
The Government’s work safety watchdog is set to turn its sights on hundreds of job-related cancer deaths as its budget gets a boost.
Police Minister Stuart Nash admits he got it wrong when he announced the second tranche of gun law reform on Monday, while Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has blamed officials.
A former police officer turned lawyer says the Government's proposed gun register is political grandstanding and will not make New Zealand safer.
National Party leader Simon Bridges says he thinks the Greens' attack ad mocking his accent was "kinda funny" but shows they and the Government are under pressure.
In a dramatic twist, two Canadian teenagers listed as missing are now sought as suspects in the murders of Australian man Lucas Fowler and his US girlfriend.
The perils of quickly answering an email at night were pointed to by a lawyer who defended a Dunedin real estate agent found guilty of unsatisfactory conduct over what she told clients one evening.
Judges Matt Preston, Gary Mehigan and the embattled George Calombaris have taken to social media to explain their departure from reality cooking show MasterChef.
US President Donald Trump has heralded the selection of Boris Johnson as the new leader of Britain's governing Conservative Party and the UK's next Prime Minister.