A frontline police officer has raised concerns about being constantly tracked by a new app to monitor the location of staff, now being trialled in the South.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has had a series of medical exams, Ecuador's top lawyer says, in line with a new set of rules for his asylum at its embassy in London.
A teenage girl is in a critical condition in Auckland's Starship Hospital after a two-car collision on the Awhitu Peninsula west of the Manukau Harbour.
Police are searching eastern France for a gunman suspected of killing at least two people at a Christmas market in Strasbourg and who was known to have been religiously radicalised while in jail.
Two police officers have been caught red-handed playing table tennis while executing a search warrant in West Auckland yesterday morning.
Donald Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen has been jailed for three years for orchestrating hush payments to women in violation of campaign laws before the 2016 election and financial crimes.
A New Zealand citizen locked in detention has gone to Australia's highest court to break new legal ground that would protect Aborigines from deportation.
Updated 10.20 am
Prime Minister Theresa May has won a confidence vote from her Conservative party, but 117 of her lawmakers say she's no longer the right leader to implement Britain's exit from the EU.
Air NZ and unions representing the company's engineers have reached an agreement, lifting the strike notice that threatened to disrupt travel for 120,000 customers in the lead-up to Christmas.
Work on the cycleway-walkway from St Leonards to Port Chalmers is expected to begin mid-next year, despite problems attracting tenders in a busy Dunedin contracting market.
You Are My Sunshine was the last song sung at a vigil for slain English tourist Grace Millane in Dunedin's Octagon last night.
The city councillor pushing for the return of a commuter rail service to Dunedin hopes to fast-track the idea.
Mornington's ageing Plunket building has officially been closed and is to be sold, after serving the community for more than 60 years.
Wellington curator Matariki Williams yesterday urged University of Otago graduates to protest about extensive cuts in the humanities, including at university level, and in Dunedin.
New Zealand's delegation to climate change talks in Poland is looking for a ''triple win'' of increased agricultural productivity, reduced greenhouse gas emissions and strengthened resilience to...
Resources and facilities for treating juvenile eating disorders are limited and should be improved, the Eating Disorders Association says.
A man who paid a 14-year-old girl $20 for consecutive sexual liaisons in the library has been jailed for more than three years.