Days after the inconceivable act of terrorism in Christchurch, details about the victims are still emerging.
Police are investigating after a two-year-old girl was found dead on tidal flat in the small Bay of Plenty town of Little Waihi.
Gretel Calvert, Lola Calvert and Mae Wilson enjoy some girl time and dribbly ice-creams on a sunny autumn day.
Three-year-old Mucaad Ibrahim, the youngest victim of the Christchurch mosque attacks, has been farewelled at a mass burial.
The thousands of flowers for victims of the Christchurch mosque deaths will be individually photographed and turned into compost for memorial gardens.
Boeing will make standard on its troubled new airliner a safety feature that might have helped the crew of a jet that crashed shortly after takeoff last year in Indonesia, killing everyone on board.
Police did not follow the correct procedure in granting a gun licence to the accused Christchurch shooter, former head of firearms control Joe Green says.
Facebook left hundreds of millions of user passwords readable by its employees for years, the company has acknowledged after a security researcher exposed the lapse.
Police chased a disqualified driver for more than 2km through central Dunedin after a report his female passenger was hanging out the side window of the car.
Worn down by three years of indecision in London, EU leaders have grudgingly offered the UK more time to ease itself out of the bloc, delaying by several weeks the threat of a chaotic British exit.
A peeping-Tom remains at large after he was seen peering into the rear windows of a North Dunedin flat early yesterday morning.
The 50 Muslim worshippers "gunned down like sheep" at New Zealand mosques could have limited the carnage if they were carrying their own firearms, a leading American gun supporter said.
The police firearms vetting officer in Dunedin vetted the man accused of the Christchurch terror attacks and interviewed him in his home before he was issued a firearms licence.
A man returned to a party in Dunedin and continued drinking for 40 minutes after his friend either jumped or was pushed into Otago Harbour at the weekend, police say.
An overloaded ferry has capsized in the Tigris River near the Iraqi city of Mosul, killing nearly 100 people.
A call has been made in Italy to award citizenship to a 13-year-old who alerted police that he and scores of his schoolmates had been abducted by their bus driver.