One Nation senator Pauline Hanson has had coffee and a chat with one of the men she blames for her three-year jail sentence.
The United States has accused the European Union of grabbing revenue intended for US coffers when it ordered Apple to pay billions in back taxes.
Tech giant Apple has been ordered to pay Ireland billions in unpaid taxes after the European Commission ruled the company had received illegal state aid.
Australia has released what the government says is the world's first ever how-to-guide for combating radical Islamist propaganda in southeast Asia.
Comment: Helen Clark did not lightly enter the contest to become the UN Secretary-General and she is not going to quit lightly, NZ Herald political editor Audrey Young writes.
Officers were justified in the shooting of Slovakian man Daniel Cerven in a central Auckland park in 2015, the Independent Police Conduct Association has found.
Germany has reassured Italy that Europe would help the country after last week's deadly earthquake, with Chancellor Angela Merkel saying solutions could be found to overcome budget restrictions.
A 14-year-old girl is in hospital after crashing a stolen car into a lamp post in Hamilton's CBD.
Former Treaty of Waitangi negotiator Sir Ngatata Love has been found guilty of obtaining significant sums by deception.
Pat Brittenden and Dene MacKenzie talk about Labour’s promise to boost, not decrease, the number of staff at the University of Otago's humanities division.
A motorcyclist is in hospital after a hit-and-run incident in Christchurch early today.
Africa's rare forest elephants, which play a key role in replenishing rainforests, will need almost a century to recover from an onslaught by ivory poachers because of their slow birth rate, a study shows.
Donald Trump has told Mexico's president the US has the right to build a border wall to halt illegal immigration, but the Republican presidential candidate did not bring up his demand that Mexico pay for it.
An Auckland liquor store has resorted to locking its front doors during evening shifts following a spate of robberies - one of which left a staff member in hospital.
Brazil's Senate has removed President Dilma Rousseff from office for breaking budgetary laws, ending an impeachment process that has polarised the scandal-plagued country and paralysed its politics for nine months.
Almost 100 people are now on the waiting list for gender-reassignment surgery, but they face waiting 50 years for the procedure under Ministry of Health guidelines.
Assaults, robberies and burglaries are on the rise in the South and the Police Association believes an ''under-investment'' in policing could be a factor.
The Dunedin man who died after falling from a fourth-floor balcony in Thailand earlier this week was only days away from returning home.
Police attended three crashes in the Dunedin area yesterday morning.
Unseasonably warm weather will dominate Otago forecasts for the start of spring.