A scooter rider has been rushed to Auckland Hospital in a critical condition after an accident in Epsom tonight.
A construction worker was injured this afternoon after steel being hoisted from a crane fell on him at a central Auckland site.
A NZ sports star and her fiance have described the 'three minutes of terror' they experienced in Barcelona this morning after they were attacked by an angry mob protesting against Uber.
The nation's 180 RSA clubs will not survive unless they find a way to be relevant to younger people, says an internal report carried out for the organisation.
A new rideshare craze could soon hit the streets in the form of two-seater cars you locate on a cellphone app, hire by the minute, then leave at the nearest carpark once you are done.
Seven people have been taken to hospital after a serious head-on car crash near Huka Falls just north of Taupō.
Reports the unruly tourist family travelling the country are now in Ōtaki are prompting tourism operators to turn away people they fear could be part of the group.
A driver hit a cyclist at an estimated 80km/h - sending him flying over the bonnet before fleeing the scene.
A "monster" world-record 25kg trout is believed to have been caught in a South Island hydro canal - but the lucky fisherman is lying low.
Police are appealing for help to identify a motorist photographed allowing a child to take the wheel while she was driving on Auckland's Southern Motorway.
Two people will appear in court today after a stolen car crashed into a tractor in Huntly in a bid to flee police.
A "planned" heist of five brand new jet skis sitting on a Hawke's Bay freight company's truck has left the owner fearing for her business's reputation.
The All Whites are confirmed to play against the Republic of Ireland in November this year.
The search for Shaun Johnson's Warriors replacement has been narrowed down to two players — and both are relatively unknown youngsters.
Another day, another All Black heads north. The trickle is fast becoming a flood.
The Government appears to be inching closer to a decision on reopening the parent visa category after it was closed to clear a backlog in late 2016.
The Broadcasting Standards Authority has dismissed a complaint against radio station Coast for playing the 43-year-old Bob Dylan song Hurricane because it contains the n-word.
The cruise industry has committed to cut the rate of carbon emissions across the global fleet by 40 per cent by 2030.
Footage of a Lime scooter burnout in Dunedin has been posted on a Facebook group.
Members of a group of British tourists under fire for their unruly behaviour in Auckland and Hamilton appear to have split up, with some now in Levin.