Dennis Hopkins recalled feeling unwell and rather light-headed when he woke early one morning in April.
A man who photographed teenaged girls in their swimwear at a beach using a zoom lens while crouching out of sight has had his conviction quashed by NZ's highest court.
Fletcher Building is restructuring to cut costs of $30 million a year and has announced an executive shakeup as part of its new strategy.
Three days beyond her due date Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is still managing to keep herself busy.
"It was like being in a coffin - a big one," Finn Heenan says of moving to a Queenstown accommodation pod two months ago.
NZ Football has been told to stop contacting players from the Football Ferns, over concerns the governing body has tried to shut down complaints about coach Andreas Heraf.
More charges have been laid against an Auckland school rugby coach already facing more than 80 allegations against young boys.
A Matamata boy was thrown two metres in the air by a mini-tornado that ripped through the central North Island town.
The public consultation stage of the Government’s review of legislation governing Fonterra and the $8 billion dairy industry is due to start in October.
Two years after launching her label Maggie Marilyn, Maggie Hewitt is ready to give people a closer look at the inner workings of a global luxury brand made entirely in New Zealand.
Mosgiel-born entrepreneur Garry Robertson's a secret millionaire and one of the most influential people in the country.
If you didn't see it, you wouldn't believe it. Jockey Aaron Kuru and maiden steeplechaser Des De Jeu were the talk of the track at Awapuni after a winning effort that defied the laws of gravity.
Waiariki MP Tamati Coffey says his views on overseas companies bottling New Zealand water have not changed after being called out on a social media post he made two years ago.
Greymouth police have begun an investigation into a "suspicious" fire that badly damaged an Indian restaurant and other nearby busineses.
Taxi bosses are calling for a tightening up of onboard camera laws after a driver was stabbed with a screwdriver in South Auckland.
A raccoon stranded on the ledge of a Minnesota building has finally made it to safety.
Regional Development Minister Shane Jones has climbed into the leadership of dairy giant Fonterra, calling for chairman John Wilson to step down also.
Housing New Zealand would consider leaving anti-social tenants in properties and moving neighbours away to solve community problems, its chief executive says.
The French under-20 side have shown their senior team how to beat New Zealand following a dominant display over the Baby Blacks in the semifinals at the World Championships.
A former member of a popular Kiwi music group has denied a charge relating to domestic violence.