A Dunedin grandmother who had a six-year dispute with government agencies about taking her grandson away from her family had moments when she considered giving up.
A former international sporting representative allegedly raped a woman then messaged her saying he did not mean to hurt her.
A well-attended open day at the University of Otago and Otago Polytechnic helped prospective students and their parents weigh up options for next year.
John Bradley will always remember a special moment that happened 75 years ago this month, during the last days of World War 2.
Hospitality staff are nervous about walking home following a brawl on Wellington's Courtenay Place, which comes amid escalating anti-social behaviour in the city.
A report into former Labour MP Iain Lees-Galloway's ministerial expenditure has found no evidence of any inappropriate transactions or spending.
Managed isolation charges for returnees will come into force from tomorrow, after they passed their last cabinet milestone today.
A Canterbury driver has pleaded guilty to hitting a father and daughter out on a bike ride – killing the man.
Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai has bec-me the highest-profile arrest under a new national security law, detained over suspected collusion with foreign forces.
With a new poll showing voters back Judith Collins to change the flagging fortunes of the National Party, the leader is hitting the campaign trail in Auckland today.
A White House official has reportedly made discreet inquiries into the possibility of Donald Trump's image being carved into Mount Rushmore.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern hopes a travel bubble with the Cook Islands will be up and running before the end of this year.