The twin pillars on which the Breakers built their dynasty were again present in today's season-ending victory over Melbourne United.
At least two of the people who died in a horror crash near Hamilton were parents of young children - including a young mum who was last night remembered as having a "heart of gold".
The All Whites' future at the World Cup could be decided by a Fifa bureaucrat picking a name out of a hat.
There has been a massive ephedrine bust in Auckland.
Newly-listed NZME, publisher of the New Zealand Herald, said it has completed its demerger from Australia's APN News & Media.
A German purchase of just under half of Craigs Investment Partners involved assets worth $4.7 billion, the Overseas Investment Office (OIO) says.
Put a ring around it. When New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum farewells test cricket at Hagley Oval this week, Mitchell Marsh will probably claim his wicket.
Principals at two of Auckland's top high schools have accused education officials of doing nothing to address a "crisis" over a shortage of maths and physics teachers.
The Government's decision to shelve plans to lower the drink-driving limit and instead do more research is being called a "gutless" act that will leave it with "blood on its hands".
Spectacular images of what appears to be a stream of lava tumbling down a cliff have emerged from one of the world's most beautiful nature reserves.
A midwife has been faulted over her care of a woman whose baby girl, her first child, was stillborn.
Former prime minister Helen Clark last night encouraged young women to reach for the heights as she took time out from her job at the United Nations.
A magnitude 5.0 earthquake has hit near Seddon, at the top of the South Island, but there is no tsunami alert for New Zealand, Civil Defence says.
Civil Defence teams are on standby ahead of what's likely to be a wet and windy end of the week for many parts of the country.
TV3 is hoping to bolster its end-of-week entertainment viewing when British talent show The X Factor screens in this part of the world for the first time.
Steve Smith's delight at leading Australia to a 2-0 sweep of New Zealand was dampened by news he's been charged with dissent over the incident involving fast bowler John Hazlewood and Kane Williamson yesterday.
A Government move to expand technology education in schools doesn't go far enough to develop the specialists the growing sector needs, say industry leaders.
A New Zealand man has been arrested following the death of an 11-year-old girl in a boating accident in England.
Warriors star Shaun Johnson will be dedicating the team's first game in Brisbane to a 14-year-old fan who died suddenly.