A man charged in relation to a methamphetamine bust at Dunedin Airport is on trial in the Tauranga High Court.
Auckland University of Technology is planning to cut at least 40 jobs at its Society and Culture faculty due to falling student numbers.
NZ Rugby boss Steve Tew backs All Blacks coach Steve Hansen's plea for more government assistance to retain players from the clutches of wealthy overseas clubs, highlighting Beauden Barrett as a player at risk.
Federated Farmers is calling on Kiwis to stage a revolt against supermarkets and buy their milk from dairies instead.
TVNZ's chief executive has spoken about the tough week for staff at the broadcaster after learning about the death of colleague Greg Boyed.
Sky TV's has reported a $240.7 million loss for the June year against a profit of $116.3 million in the previous year.
An Air New Zealand flight has been turned back to Auckland - the second in the past week.
The Speaker Trevor Mallard has reportedly called off the inquiry into the leaking of National leader Simon Bridges' expenses.
New Zealand passengers are stranded in Honolulu after an Air New Zealand flight was instructed to return to Auckland Airport.
All Black Ryan Crotty's terrible run of misfortune continues. With six concussions in less than 18 months, his immediate future in the game may be in doubt.
A boxer is in a "critical" condition after being knocked out while sparring in Wellsford, near Auckland.
National has criticised the Government's foreign investment plan after Infrastructure Minister Shane Jones' appearance on a current affairs TV programme.
About 30,000 Westpac NZ customers will receive replacement cards following a data security incident related to Ticketmaster in June.
NZ First leader Winston Peters has defended a clause in the party's constitution which hold MPs liable for a $300,000 penalty if they resign.
Auckland's Middlemore Hospital has admitted that it "failed" musician Peter Gutteridge, who died in the Tiaho Mai mental health unit.
A cyclist who died after crashing at the weekend in Timaru was a partner at a local law firm.
Parliament's Speaker Trevor Mallard says there is potentially a serious issue following the leak of National leader Simon Bridges' expenses to the media.
National leader Simon Bridges was accused of being a "chauvinistic pig" in Parliament's debating chamber today for a quip he made during questions to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
The Commerce Minister has asked officials to find out how many people might be in the same situation as a man with Down syndrome who may die before he gets access to his KiwiSaver funds at 65.
An advertisement appearing to suggest landlords aren't charging enough rent if tenants can afford a night out with drinks has been pulled.