The Indian edition of dating app Tinder is trialling a new feature giving women an extra level of scrutiny and security before they allow men to start messaging conversations, with a view to adopting it worldwide.
Britain's main opposition Labour Party is set to vote down any deal Prime Minister Theresa May clinches with the EU and is open to a second referendum with the option of staying in the bloc.
Children's entertainer Rainbow Rosalind is set to perform with the Dunedin Youth Orchestra early next month.
The staff member at the centre of an incident involving former government minister Meka Whaitiri was left bruised in the encounter, the National Party has claimed in Parliament.
The woman whose complaint led to Bill Cosby's conviction for sex assault has called for justice at the comedian's sentencing hearing. Cosby faces up to 10 years in jail.
Digital Services Minister Megan Woods has apologised to entrepreneur Derek Handley over the way his recruitment for the government chief technology officer role unfolded.
National's Simon Bridges says Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has misled Parliament through her answers to him about her contact with digital entrepreneur Derek Handley and she needs to correct it.
A building industry study has identified a macho and bullying culture as a major factor in the industry's high suicide numbers.
With a mock security pass listing her as "First Baby" of NZ, Neve Te Aroha made her UN debut when mum Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern spoke at a peace summit in the General Assembly.
US President Donald Trump says he expects a second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to be announced "pretty soon" but that the location had yet to be determined.
No more needles have been found in strawberry stock pulled from shelves by Woolworths NZ after three were found at an Auckland store.
In a draft response accidentally sent to media University of Otago proctor Dave Scott acknowledged entering a flat to confiscate bongs was "technically incorrect".
The good Samaritan who was killed while trying to help a dying motorcyclist was a 27-year-old Melbourne mother of two.
A Taupō woman forced to give birth to a stillborn child with no medical help at Rotorua Hospital is still suffering from PTSD six months on.
The Queensland government is defending the baiting and killing of sharks in response to two attacks in the Whitsundays last week.
Entrepreneur Derek Handley said no one from the Government has told him why he was dropped as New Zealand's chief technology officer after he'd accepted the job.
A failure by the Southern District Health Board to address issues with its ophthalmology service led to another man losing his sight.