New Zealand's challenge in their ODI series with the West Indies now boils down to having to win three games on the bounce.
Disgruntled Kiwis are set to take a stand against the petrol industry and the Government over petrol prices, with plans to boycott all petrol stations around the country.
A man has been arrested and charged over an alleged sex attack on a 6-year-old girl in a west Auckland park on New Year's Day.
An international basketball player will seek a discharge without conviction on a drink-drive charge today in a bid to save her sporting career.
Jilted Warriors star Shaun Johnson has requested a release from the final year of his contract with the Auckland NRL club.
National could work with Winston Peters' NZ First after this year's election, Prime Minister John Key said yesterday in a reversal of his stance at the past two elections.
Fonterra says it plans to help farmers take some of the guesswork out of their finances by introducing a fixed milk price.
A 7-year-old boy who died after being swept out to sea at Raglan was swimming at an unpatrolled section of beach.
Lest it be suggested New Zealand may be getting cosily confident before today's first test against India, Brendon McCullum yesterday made it emphatically clear it is not.
National leader Simon Bridges is pledging to move tax thresholds every three years in line with inflation, which would see someone on the average wage with an extra $430 a year in 2021.
New Zealand have triumphed by 40 runs over India in a riveting final session on the fourth day of the first test, with both teams putting up cases for victory.
Judith Collins is dismissing any talk of challenging for the National Party leadership, despite jumping ahead of leader Simon Bridges for preferred Prime Minister in the latest political poll.
Thieves have been caught on camera jumping into the front yard of former All Black Marc Ellis' home and stealing his children's bicycles.
An intellectually challenged Te Puke High School student has been barred from attending mainstream classes because he won't shave his beard, his father says.
A Christchurch businessman has appeared in court on charges of distributing footage of one of the mosque shootings.