Three men have been arrested today following an investigation into drugging and sexual assaults relating to a Christchurch inner city bar and restaurant.
The warm, settled weather that New Zealand has enjoyed for the past few days is set to leave us and a stormy, cold front could bring heavy rain and snow to the South.
Tana Umaga is stepping down as Blues head coach.
Property managers are making up for a ban on letting fees by introducing a new charge for landlords.
Two national medical organisations have today made a call for a complete ban on boxing.
A sex worker outed online by an angry wife says she has not spoken to her daughter in two-and-a-half years since being exposed.
The teenager killed when she was hit by a train in Upper Hutt yesterday morning was a Heretaunga College pupil.
As she stroked the family dog, Bonita Rubena-Misilisi smiled sadly at the casket where her teenage daughter lay and described how proud she was of her "lover of life".
As Kiwis, we naturally tend to attribute Ireland's recent success to one of our own — Joe Schmidt.
Married at First Sight NZ star Ottie Schwartz has admitted a drink-driving charge and been fined $400 and disqualified from driving for six months.
New Zealand has won the rights to host the 2021 women's Rugby World Cup - the first to be staged in the Southern Hemisphere - beating Australia's bid.
The CAA is warning ''loose items'' on helicopters can be deadly as investigators probe whether a pair of overalls contributed to helicopter triple fatality in Wanaka last month.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has offered Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi any help New Zealand could give to resolve the Rohingya crisis.
An investigation has been launched after a crew member was fatally injured on a fishing vessel this morning.
An Air Force spy who stole sensitive operational material from the Defence Force with the help of his government security clearance has been convicted on appeal.
The safety of a cruise ship with an upcoming stop in Dunedin has been brought into question after a woman died when she fell into the sea.
A South African couple living near Nelson were stunned to discover racial slurs tagged all over their property in red paint.
A person has died after being hit by a train in Wallaceville, Upper Hutt.
A Christchurch man has admitted voting 11 times in last year's General Election.
When a bakery in Greymouth was broken into, one thing was clear - the burglar wasn't there for a custard square.