A Christchurch businessman has appeared in court on charges of distributing footage of one of the mosque shootings.
Uber is bringing its e-scooter brand to New Zealand - one of two companies to be part of a trial in Wellington - and the other one's not Lime.
COMMENT: After this terrible tragedy, let's be honest, for once. White supremacy is a part of us, a dark power in the land. In its soft version, it looks bland and reasonable, writes Dame Anne Salmond.
Air New Zealand has backed down in the face of public and Government anger - and capped all airfares to and from Christchurch at $139.
The Prime Minister's Office says it received a copy of a "manifesto" from the alleged Christchurch mosque terror gunman less than 10 minutes before the attacks began. The death toll has risen to 50.
A member of the public denied entry to Christchurch District Court says he wanted to get in and "knife" the man accused of the deadly terror attack at mosques.
Travel agents in NZ are fielding a growing number of calls from worried passengers affected by Boeing 737 Max groundings, and warn most insurance policies don't cover any disruption.
Aucklanders are warned to be alert to possible measles symptoms, with two cases identified in the region this month. They are not linked to the Canterbury outbreak.
Simon Wilson discovers the heroes and memories of Hungary, cast in bronze.
The man who spent 10 hours on top of pipes at the entrance of Wellington's Terrace Tunnel has pleaded guilty to dangerous driving and possessing a knife.
A New Plymouth man who has been saving his air points for 16 years was horrified when he discovered all 400,000 of them had expired.
Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters has struck a slightly less diplomatic tone than the Prime Minister over the fate of Kiwi jihadi Mark Taylor, who is being held in a Syrian prison.
The wife of former All Black Julian Savea claims to have received death threats and says she fears for her family's safety in the aftermath of the public scolding her husband has received over the...
The Associate Minister of Justice is "concerned" how a convicted child sex offender was able to obtain a real estate licence, after being deemed a "fit and proper person".
A miniature horse New Plymouth police believe was stolen has been found dead with a broken neck.
Jetstar has struck back at Air New Zealand's pricing shake-up by slashing its fares - offering 75,000 domestic flights for just $25.
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.
International rugby is braced for the biggest change in modern history, with plans to create a World League that will include Japan and the US but leave Pacific Island nations out in the cold.
Auckland Council will be lobbying the Government to stop the sale of private fireworks.
Aussie star Hugh Jackman has confirmed he is bringing his world tour, The Man. The Music. The Show to New Zealand in September.