A global war between two corporate crocodiles is again being waged in New Zealand, with fashion companies fighting today over the right to use a famous reptilian logo on clothing here.
New ground in employment case law involving personal grievances could be broken by a claim arising from the dismissal of a psychiatrist employed by the University of Otago.
The mother of one of the women who died in a two-car crash near Thames yesterday has paid tribute to her daughter.
The Southern District Health Board should have been more upfront with the public about the cost of privatising the hospital kitchens, board member Richard Thomson says.
A horse has been killed after a collision with a car on a busy Auckland road.
Ongoing problems with Novopay and questions over why a struggling charter school has not been shut down have been raised with the Ministry of Education in a select committee hearing today.
A west Auckland landlord has been fined after pleading guilty to constructing an unsafe deck without building consent, which collapsed during an 80th birthday party, injuring five people.
One person has died following a collision between a rental van and a 4-wheel-drive in Christchurch this morning.
A motorcyclist has been left shaken after colliding with a car on Auckland's Eden Terrace this morning.
The Maritime Union have settled their long-running industrial dispute with Ports of Auckland this morning.
The Dunedin flatmates behind a street party which attracted more than 1000 people last weekend say they cleaned up 550kg of glass afterwards and took it to the dump.
Winston Peters says the Financial Markets Authority must investigate "a huge volume" in trading of SkyCity shares.
A Te Araroa man has been charged with murder and another man with recklessly discharging a firearm after the shooting death north of the East Coast township on Monday night.
Police have identified the two 20-year-old women who died in a two-car crash near Thames yesterday.
Double murder accused Mark Lundy made numerous calls to his home on the day his wife and daughter were found murdered in their house, phone records show.
New Zealand's fertility rate has dropped below two births per woman for the first time in a decade, officially ending a "baby blip" that peaked in 2008 just before the global recession hit.
Lawyers for the accused Boston Marathon bomber and federal prosecutors sparred in court papers over whether it would be possible to seat an impartial jury in the city where the deadly 2013 attack took place.
Prosecutors finished calling witnesses on Tuesday in the murder trial of Eddie Ray Routh, who is charged with fatally shooting Chris Kyle, the former U.S. Navy SEAL whose autobiography was turned into the hit movie "American Sniper."
A Canadian male escort, found guilty in December of killing and dismembering a Chinese student, has dropped an appeal of his first-degree murder conviction, Canadian media reported.
A man accused of murdering a seven-year-old boy will hear whether his bail application is approved when he faces a Sydney court.