BNZ's online and mobile banking apps are working again after a major "unscheduled outage" earlier on Saturday brought down the bank's main systems.
People who attack paramedics would automatically be jailed under tough new laws to be debated by Parliament.
Some frustrated migrants are giving up and going home because they say new rules make it harder to work and stay in New Zealand.
When Jennifer Raphael looked up to see her husband "dead" at his computer table, she swung into action and saved his life performing CPR for a mammoth eight minutes.
An influential US Congress hearing has been told "one of the major fundraisers for Jacinda Ardern's party'' is linked to the Chinese Communist Party.
Half of all international tourists who came to New Zealand in the past year visited one of our national parks - and in some places numbers have swelled by a third.
Transport Minister Phil Twyford has lost responsibility for the Civil Aviation Authority after making a phone call while on a plane.
National's Paula Bennett walked out of the House this afternoon in protest at the Speaker's new rules.
Ray McVinnie takes pizza very seriously.
The Defence Minister has gone from being "disappointed" to being "very disappointed" over release of information about the SAS raid in Afghanistan in 2010, soon to be examined by a Government inquiry.
One of Fonterra’s most senior executives, Fonterra Brands NZ managing director Leon Clement, has resigned.
The Warehouse Group is set to ditch all single-use plastic checkout bags and replace them with fully compostable bags.
Promises of a big boost to education have resulted in an extra $1.6 billion put into the sector and funding for 1500 more teachers in today's Budget, but schools may feel short-changed.
Nearly $200 million will be spent on urgently building pop-up jail cells to cope with the growing prison population.
A Norwegian chef and his army of 35 helpers have smashed New Zealand's world record pavlova, cooking up a whopping 85m2 beast.
A modified tanker carrying illegal migrants headed for New Zealand and Australia as part of a human trafficking operation has been intercepted by Malaysian police.
The Blues have done it - against the odds they've extended New Zealand's Super Rugby winning streak over Australian teams to a remarkable 38 matches, and it wasn't by accident.
A Countdown security guard who died after allegedly being attacked on the job was grieving for the loss of his parents who died in a car crash last year after taking him to the airport.
The Warriors hope Issac Luke and Adam Blair won't miss any games but are sweating on the fitness of Shaun Johnson after he suffered an ankle injury in Saturday night's win over Wests Tigers.
A restaurant in Akaroa has told parents to leave their kids at home - they're not welcome.