A security officer was awarded over $21,000 after being fired for reporting an apparent theft.
The country's DHBs are on average falling shy of five out of six targets set by the Ministry of Health.
Deputy Prime Minister Paula Bennett says Kiwis need to say thank you with their wallets.
A bomb blast at a hospital in the Thai capital, Bangkok has wounded 24 people.
A classroom of children ended up with hands covered in glitter while learning about spreading germs.
A Blue shark has been filmed sliding beneath the surface of the Steamer Basin in Dunedin.
Results from the 2017 Reader's Digest polls are out, reflecting on which people and brands Kiwis trust the most this year.
Indonesian police have detained more than 140 men after raiding what authorities described as a gay prostitution ring.
David Seymour, the ACT leader has hatched a plan to make our dairies safer.
A Whangarei man who shot a woman in the eye with a paintball gun has been sentenced to 25 months jail time.
Conflict and disaster displaced over 31 million people, one for every second, in 2016 and numbers are expected to rise this year, a study says.
A trial is underway for a Hawke's Bay doctor accused of stupefying and indecently assaulting his patients.
Thousands of Auckland women appear to have received texts sent in error reminding them of breast screening appointments.
A 'strong' earthquake has struck the same town devastated by the 7.8 magnitude quake last year.
The jury will retire to consider a verdict in the manslaughter trial of Donna Catherine Parangi.
A spate of wheelie bin fires in a Christchurch suburb has police urging residents to bring their bins in at night.
Labour is seeking a new person to run in East Coast Bays after its candidate withdrew from the race.
Police confirmed the Swedish camper, now missing for five days, is not carrying an important item.
A sea lion was filmed swimming slowly by a wharf in Canada, when it suddenly grabbed a young girl from the edge.
The US Department of Defense is assessing its ability to recruit transgender people as soon as 1 July, a memo showed.