The two Lotto players who split Wednesday's $38 million Powerball prize are yet to claim their winnings.
They may frown on dancing at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena, but the crowd at tonight’s Stevie Nicks Dunedin concert had no such worries.
The National Party has appealed a ruling that it breached copyright by using Eminem's track Lose Yourself for a 2014 election ad.
The usual busy Friday crowds in the Octagon bars have been swelled by concertgoers preparing for the walk to Forsyth Barr Stadium for tonight's Stevie Nicks and The Pretenders concert.
A health board boss took two international work trips while on sick leave, used public money for personal jaunts, did not declare hospitality, booked travel without approval and tried to cover up...
British trade secretary Liam Fox will arrive in New Zealand tomorrow – another high-level visit as the United Kingdom prepares to leave the European Union and forge its own trade deals.
A woman bleeding profusely from a gunshot wound was left for dead at a Melbourne hospital, as her partner sped away from police.
The SDHB still has the third highest number of reported adverse events in New Zealand despite a slight decline in the past year.
The NZ Transport Agency has today announced two stretches of road on which the speed limit will increase to 110kmh.
A train has hit an unoccupied car on the Aramoho Rail Bridge near Whanganui.
An all-female police motorbike squad is set to take to Delhi's streets next month, a senior police official said, as reports of violence against women rise in the Indian capital.
The sweet smell of waffles is familiar in Belgium but on people were left choking as a fire at a waffle factory sent a dense black cloud across Brussels, disrupting some rail traffic in the capital.
Lorde has snagged the top spot in NME's Album of the Year list.
Both lanes of Dunedin's northern motorway have reopened after a crash caused delays for much of today.
The second album by Port Chalmers singer-songwriter Nadia Reid is better than records by Kendrick Lamar, Queens of the Stone Age and The National.
Forty people were arrested and 500 people rescued after a swoop on human trafficking across West Africa, Interpol said.
A 15-year-old girl was among those injured in a mass cycle crash near Christchurch yesterday.
One person has survived but another drowned after a boat sank off the Taranaki coast this morning.
German lawmakers have protested after Wolfgang Schaeuble, the new president of the Bundestag, announced a ban on sending tweets from inside the parliament chamber.
One person is dead after three pedestrians were hit by a car near Kaitaia, in Northland, overnight.