A motorcyclist is in a critical condition after a collision between his motorbike and a car in the Bay of Plenty today.
The Sardinian city of Cagliari will open the 2015-2016 America's Cup World Series, the regattas leading into the 35th America's Cup. The event will take place in the Gulf of Cagliari surrounding the island's capital over 4-7 June 2015.
Tennis great Roger Federer will be following this year's Rugby World Cup -- but he won't be supporting the All Blacks.
Designers, a poet, a politician and our most famous living soldier helped to inspire a group of Auckland teenagers in an unusual creative workshop yesterday.
Aucklander Paul Rose thought he had a bargain when he secured a $4 return ticket from ManaBus to visit friends in Whangarei, but what he got instead was a "coach trip from hell".
Firefighters were able to retrieve medals from the Auckland home of a former weightlifting gold medallist after it was badly damaged by fire last night.
Police are asking to speak to any witnesses of a crash that left one dead and six injured in the Western Bay of Plenty last night.
Fire Services in the Wairarapa and Manawatu battled two house fires early this morning.
A gas leak led to the evacuation of a popular Auckland Central eatery during the dinner rush last night.
Dan Bowden is not back home simply to make up the numbers or offer a viable alternative off the Blues bench.
Distinctive tattoos on a man found dead in an alleyway in central Napier this week could help to identify him.
A man has died at an Auckland beach.
Local Government New Zealand has welcomed proposed changes to the Resource Management Act but New Zealand First leader Winston Peters says it will do nothing for house prices in Auckland.
A non-commissioned officer of the Defence Force is facing 13 charges including sexual offences.
Charlie Faumuina still has ambitions to be the top tighthead prop in the country.
Wellington Phoenix coach Ernie Merrick admits the club has received advances from a Chinese team about Nathan Burns but has hosed down some of the speculation surrounding any potential move.
Being threatened with a sharpened screwdriver was not the worst part of a violent carjacking for trainee engineer Rupert Ellis-Jones -- it was losing crucial paperwork needed to finish his apprenticeship.
Adam Milne's side strain means he'll miss tomorrow's fifth one-day international against Sri Lanka at the University Oval.
Philanthropist and economist Gareth Morgan has set out two challenges to the Government during his first visit to Ratana Pa.
The boss of one of New Zealand's biggest funds management businesses says house prices here could fall as much as 25 per cent.