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.
A gunman shot by Christchurch police was on the run after allegedly firing at officers days earlier, and tried to run over an officer laying road spikes.
You could grant the Chiefs a patchy performance in their season opener, but what followed in their subsequent showing was completely inexcusable.
New Government rules will require every rental home in New Zealand to have a heater in the living room and an extractor fan in the kitchen and bathroom.
Chris Schultz reviews Dunedin band Six60's record-breaking concert at Western Springs.
A high-profile couple locked in a divorce battle are at war over the mystery of a $189,000 diamond secretly replaced with a $1000 cubic zirconia.
Temperatures have taken a dive today as a cold southerly sweeps over the country.
After a very good performance against the Crusaders at Eden Park, the Blues have fallen back on old and very bad habits in Durban beaten by the Sharks 26-7.
Two people have been seriously injured in a crash near Kaikohe, north of Auckland.
An investigation is under way after nine people were injured in a jet boat crash on Queenstown's Shotover River in Skippers Canyon.
A Hastings landlord who owns about 80 homes across the region says a proposed capital gains tax could backfire on those who can only afford to rent.
National has come out swinging in response to the Tax Working Group's final report, saying its recommendations are an attack on the Kiwi way of life.
Popular TV handyman John "Cocksy'' Cocks has been farewelled at a funeral reflective of the man that he was - including one last laugh at his devoted wife's expense.
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.
More than 20 years since he last faced a jury, convicted rapist Malcolm Rewa is being tried for a third time for the murder of Auckland woman Susan Burdett.