Martin Guptill provided the sole ray of sunshine on a bitterly cold, gloomy day at Lincoln yesterday.
Today can't come and go quickly enough for Faf du Plessis.
Conditions are getting increasingly drier in Marlborough and nine of the province's 16 consent areas have had their right to irrigate suspended, Federated Farmers said.
Parents of Mark and Christine Lundy say there was no violence in the couple's relationship.
Bosses of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 are confident the "sickness" of match-fixing won't play a part in the showcase tournament starting on Saturday.
An army recruit felt pressured to perform sexual acts with an instructor as a way of helping her platoon, a court martial has heard today.
he body of an English tourist who collapsed while on a kayaking trip has been recovered by police.
SkyCity Entertainment Group has released an upbeat progress report on its controversial New Zealand International Convention Centre, indicating a significant step forward would be taken this month.
A man accused of killing Connor Morris will go on trial in August.
New Zealand have boxed on without captain DJ Forbes to claim their eighth Sevens Wellington title with a 27-21 win over England in the final.
New Zealand cricketing great Martin Crowe selflessly described Kane Williamson's form this summer as the "dawn of probably our greatest ever batsman".
A search and rescue operation has been launched for tramper missing in Marlborough.
The jury on the Mark Lundy case will hear from the defendant's father today despite him dying since the first trial. Lundy is on trial accused of murdering his wife Christine and 7-year-old daughter Amber, in what the Crown says was
Auckland's housing shortage worsened by a record near-4000 houses last year, as a pickup in home-building was "swamped" by a tide of new immigrants.
A review of security at the Ministry of Social Development, prompted by last year's deadly shooting at the Ashburton Work and Income office, has found tighter security would not have prevented the incident.
About 150 New Zealand Defence Force personnel will begin pre-deployment training for Iraq at Linton and Waiouru military camps, ahead of an almost certain Cabinet decision within weeks that Kiwi troops will join a non-combat mission in the fight against Isis.
A smart television that could eavesdrop on private conversations in New Zealanders' homes breaches a number of privacy principles, the Privacy Commissioner says.
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters has dropped a bombshell on Parliament's opening day, claiming the Prime Minister dyes his hair.
The first of the seven men accused of running the defunct Megaupload as a global only piracy enterprise has been arrested in the United States, prompting speculation he has cut a deal and will testify against Kim Dotcom.
More than 30 firefighters are battling a house fire in Lower Hutt this evening.