Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is expected to make a schools announcement today at the Labour Party conference in Dunedin.
There didn't appear to be anything cheap or unworthy about the All Blacks as they dismantled Japan with stunning precision.
The convicted former principal of a North Otago school has been jailed on further child sexual abuse charges.
A Hamilton dad was supposed to pick his daughter up from school on Monday afternoon but did not show up.
A driver who sustained critical injuries in a crash while fleeing police in Rotorua on Thursday has died.
They huffed and they puffed, but it's going to take something stronger than the Black Caps to blow away Pakistan's home fortress.
The partner of one of two mountaineers killed in an avalanche in the Southern Alps this week has spoken of her heartbreak at losing the man she first met when he was her guide on a mountaineering...
One person has died after a serious crash on SH2 in the Eastern Bay of Plenty near Whakatane.
Martin Hess was meant to be driving an ambulance this weekend, but his brother had to call St John and tell them one of their volunteers had died in a mountaineering tragedy in the Southern Alps.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said in Dunedin today she expects answers to the residency case of Karel Sroubek before the three-week deadline, and has openly criticised it for the first time.
Worksafe are investigating the sudden death of a person at a business in central Christchurch.
Adventurer Jo Morgan says the avalanche that hit her on Mt Hicks and killed two climbing guides was like a "big fluffy wave coming towards" her.
The Minister for Regional Economic Development has sought advice on whether the Government could stop the Auckland Council-owned Ports of Auckland from building a new multi-level waterfront...
A man in his 20s is in hospital in a critical condition after a car he was in crashed through three properties and landed on its roof while he was fleeing police
Up to 14 years in prison for synthetic drug-dealers looks set to become reality after the National Party decided to stand with New Zealand First for harsher drug penalties.
A woman was giving herself up after a stolen car pursuit when a police officer unleashed his dog on her, leaving her with severe arm injuries, an independent report has found.
Wayne Smith felt compelled to pay tribute to someone he considers the architect of successful modern day rugby environments.
Immigration Minister Iain Lees-Galloway says he did not know about a court document revealing that convicted drug-smuggler Karel Sroubek had been back to the Europe in 2009.
Two Dunedin-born men are among a group of six "bored" Kiwi pioneers who have claimed a small island in Australia for the land of their birth.
An Auckland cyclist was lucky to walk away unharmed after a courier driver came within inches of hitting her with their van.