Families have come out from the Pike River Mine, celebrating a successful re-entry nine years after the West Coast disaster that killed 29 workers.
New Zealand Rugby and the Crusaders are jointly reviewing allegations of player misconduct while on tour in South Africa.
National MP Alfred Ngaro says he regrets sharing a post on social media which compared the issue of abortion in New Zealand with the Holocaust.
There is virtually no part of Parliament that is untouched by a toxic culture, a report has shown.
North Otago farmer Alan Harvey has dreamed of competing in the FMG Young Farmer of the Year Grand Final since he was a child. He'll finally get the chance in Hawke's Bay this July.
Many have been wondering who the woman in the pale pink dress and fascinator was at Harry and Meghan's wedding and the mystery has now been solved.
The All Blacks will take an attacking mindset into the Rugby World Cup when it kicks off in four months.
The Northern Mystics saved their best to the very last.
Israel Folau has hit back at Rugby Australia following his contract being officially terminated.
The Government has rejected industry calls to place restaurant and cafe managers on the country's Immediate Skills Shortage List.
A renewed attempt to re-enter the Pike River mine will happen tomorrow - but only the families of the 29 men who died will be allowed in.
A South African man claims at least three Crusaders players intimidated him in a fast food restaurant in Cape Town, shortly after their Super Rugby match against the Stormers in Cape Town.
The second quad bike death at a farm in the space of five years has prompted a coroner to call for mandatory safety standards to be introduced in New Zealand.
A New Zealand man has reportedly died in a hotel room in Cambodia.
The Government will spend $7.7 million on upgrading and enhancing the SuperGold card after years of the scheme being "neglected".
A man who has admitted his role in an armed hold-up of BP service station in Rotorua told the staff he and another man robbing the station were not robbing them but instead robbing the Government.
An international study into asthma treatment is a "game changer" for hundreds of thousands of Kiwis who live with the breathing conditions, a University of Otago researcher says.
The Education Minister is calling for an urgent briefing into serious allegations involving a teacher and students at a Blenheim high school.
Kiwi Super Rugby coaches have taken aim at the competition's officials after some contentious calls during the latest round of the competition.
Friends and family of the man swept away during a jet boating accident are scouring the swollen West Coast river where he was last seen to "bring you home".