Jono Pryor and Ben Boyce have announced their comedy series Jono and Ben is coming to an end after seven years on the air.
Several Interislander ferry services have been cancelled today due to stormy weather in Cook Strait as a bitterly cold southerly blasts its way up the country.
The Paralympic movement has taken another step towards diversity and inclusiveness.
The Government's books are in healthy shape, with a $5.5 billion surplus and debt falling below the Finance Minister's 2022 target four years early.
The New Zealander who died in a base jumping accident in Switzerland has been described by friends and family as an "inspiration" who "lived life to the full".
All Black Sam Cane never flinches so it should not surprise his grimace as he left the field in Pretoria has revealed itself to be a break in his neck.
Pests most commonly targeting New Zealand’s pastures are costing the economy up to $2.3 billion a year, an AgResearch study has found.
The Government is poised to announce a raft of new initiatives to help get more New Zealanders behind the wheel of electric vehicles (EVs).
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.
Damning findings have been released after a review into New Zealand Football, upholding complaints made by members of the Football Ferns about the organisation's conduct and culture.
Rieko Ioane scored two of the All Blacks' five tries as the Kiwis beat Argentina 35-17 to win the Rugby Championship for the third year in a row.
New Zealand First delegates have voted to support the party introducing a bill that would make migrants and refugees "respect New Zealand values".
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is defending her use of an ad agency to cover her New York trip.
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has named a strong side for Sunday's test against Argentina, with Ben Smith the clear choice as fullback, the return of Waisake Naholo on the wing, but no room for Jordie Barrett.
The family of a Kiwi mum who died in a Bali hospital after a medical emergency are gifting some of the $230,000 donated in a frantic bid to bring her home to charity.
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has come under fire from a South African equal rights rugby group for statements made in a recently released book.
Acting Prime Minister Winston Peters has denied a claim under Parliamentary privilege called under-fire deputy police commissioner Wally Haumaha to assure him "things would be okay".
The Automobile Association believes the latest rise in fuel prices is unjustified and is calling on fuel companies to explain what's behind it.
Some 8% of the population, or 300,000 Kiwis, are watching pirated versions of sports events, according to a survey commissioned by Sky TV, while 10% regularly watch pirated movies and TV.
National's Simon Bridges says Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has misled Parliament through her answers to him about her contact with digital entrepreneur Derek Handley and she needs to correct it.