Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has told a crowd gathered at Waitangi there is still more to do to improve life for Māori.
John Wilson had a hand in organising his funeral and promised us a celebration of a life cut short by cancer at 54.
The Government has allocated $100 million from its Provincial Growth Fund to support Maori economic Development through providing access to capital.
Security was called to the parliamentary gym last week to quell a "loud and uncouth" confrontation between Police Minister Stuart Nash and another gym-goer, the Speaker says.
Authorities in the United States and the United Kingdom are cracking down on media influencers in the wake of the failed Fyre Festival, writes Chris Keall.
As a baby left in a hot car cried and cried, members of the public searched for its mother - and found her playing on a pokie machine at a nearby TAB in Tauranga.
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.
Sausage-maker Hellers has been fined almost $40,000 and ordered to pay $15,000 to three children after they suffered allergic reactions to mispackaged sausages.
The National Party has stepped up security to ensure that expelled MP Jami-Lee Ross will not have access to any of its offices in Parliament when he returns next month.
A member of a group of troublesome travellers, accused of fraud and assault with a weapon, is now wanted by police after absconding while on bail.
John Wilson, Fonterra's former chairman who led the company through some of its most tumultuous years, has died. He was in his mid-50s.
The girlfriend of a New Zealand man who died in a bike accident on “death road” in Bolivia says her "soulmate" was taken too soon.
The group of unruly British tourists who have created headlines worldwide appear to be making plans to leave NZ with the first of the group boarding a flight to Hong Kong yesterday.
Vodafone New Zealand staff are bracing for more restructure news ahead of an internal company update scheduled for later today.
British singer Sam Smith has been admitted to hospital for an eye operation while holidaying in Auckland.
A bronze gnome sculpture stolen from outside an Auckland gallery has been left at a Salvation Army store.
A passenger on board a flight on which a young boy died has described the heartbreaking moment the child started to panic 30 minutes into the journey.
Former Queenstown player Ben McLachlan and his German doubles partner have beaten Kiwi Michael Venus and Raven Klaasen in the final of the ASB Classic in Auckland.
New Zealand football great Wynton Rufer says he's "lucky to be alive" after suffering a heart attack while riding a Lime scooter.
A man has died and 10 others, including children, have been injured in a crash between a bus and a car in Auckland.