Neighbours heard sounds of a violent struggle but did not go to the aid of a New Zealand man killed in his Thailand apartment.
Lydia Ko finished the second round of the LPGA Tour's Marathon Classic tournament in a tie for second on Saturday.
Guy Williams announced today that he's leaving The Edge's Guy, Sharyn and Clint show at the end of this year.
A Father's Day promotion at an Auckland gun shop offering a "mystery firearm" for $1 to the first person to spot it on the racks has been labelled sick, sad and irresponsible.
Nutrition experts have warned a government cost-cutting team that patients could suffer malnutrition or even death under plans for cheaper hospital food.
Sam Neill might well have a bit more clout than even he thought. Not even two weeks ago, he appeared on the Graham Norton Show with Miranda Hart, who promised the Kiwi star she would bring back her now-cancelled show Miranda if he asked her to.
The Department of Labour is investigating how a TVNZ reporter's chair collapsed, driving a 10cm piece of wood into his back.
It was a golden morning in the pool this morning, as Lauren Boyle won gold in the 400m freestyle, posting a Commonwealth Games record time in the process.
Gold Coast man Gable Tostee has been found not guilty of murdering Wellington woman Warriena Wright.
Fans are banned from wearing high-visibility jackets and roller blades at World Cup matches ... and from taking their favourite car part along.
Men who noticed the reaction to Sonny Bill Williams' jersey-swap on Friday night will be heartened to know they can get a similar physique - but it will cost them.
Prime Minister John Key came closest to being kicked out of a local debate in Helensville last night after breaching strict rules that prevented candidates criticising one another or their rivals' parties.
The family of a New Zealand woman who fell to her death from a Melbourne apartment balcony at the weekend are mystified by what happened.
They've pulled off one of the greatest victories of their lives; now the Warriors must go to Melbourne and do it again - this time against the minor premier.
There was plenty of froth and bubble to match the frequent music as the visitors came home late winners 28-23 in this tight, yet open, Championship clash in Whangarei.
Violence, sexual misconduct and drink-driving are among more than 1000 allegations against police staff under internal investigation.