Former Maori Party co-leader Marama Fox is eyeing a return to Parliament in 2023, but says she’s focused on her current cashflow problems at present.
A formal complaint of bullying has been laid against deputy police commissioner Wally Haumaha.
An Air New Zealand flight from Los Angeles to London had to divert to Iceland because of a medical emergency.
As Wanaka motorists face prices of $2.50 a litre at the pumps, the AA says Kiwis deserve an explanation for petrol prices hitting another record high.
Fleetwood Mac have debuted their new line-up, including New Zealand's Neil Finn, on the television show Ellen.
Police have charged a 12-year-old boy with the aggravated robbery of a North Island liquor store.
Shannon Frizell's Tongan mentor has recalled the moment four years ago when he told the rising All Black to "fight for your life", that he had a chance to no longer be "poor".
New Zealand's largest mall, Sylvia Park, generates 300 tonnes of food waste per year, part of a $1.8 billion issue in New Zealand
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern met people working with refugees in Nauru but not any of the refugees themselves during her brief visit to the island.
Just over half of New Zealand primary schools say they do not have all the teachers they need.
Chervonne Magaoa's three baby sons celebrated a sombre milestone with their birthdays.
A man armed with a knife sent customers and staff fleeing from a Thai restaurant when he burst in demanding cash.
There were more arrests yesterday in the alleged race-fixing and drug supply scandal that has rocked the New Zealand harness racing industry.
A paraglider remains in hospital and a skydiver has been discharged after they were involved in separate crashes in the Queenstown Lakes area yesterday.
A woman scarpered with hundreds of dollars of cash from an elderly Waikato resident after asking to use his loo.
Three more people have been charged as part of investigations into a race-fixing scandal - all three over drugs, and one with possession of a stun gun.
The family of an 11-year-old girl who was killed in a Mt Ruapehu bus crash have thanked police and the community for their support after their "insurmountable loss".
Howard Miller was killed in a welding explosion after mixing two compounds and inadvertently creating a bomb that shook West Auckland.
A successful driver caught up in Operation Inca — a major police probe into alleged race-fixing in the New Zealand harness racing industry - has made a brief appearance in court today charged with fixing a Nelson horse race in June.
A $1.02 bet on Roger Federer. You'd think that's as safe as any punt you could place.