New Zealand Rugby, buoyed by last year's British and Irish Lions tour, has announced a record $33.4 million profit for the 2017 financial year.
The Government's announcement it will not be banning rodeos has been welcomed by the New Zealand Rodeo and Cowboys Association.
Travellers who arrived at Auckland International Airport on a Singapore Airlines flight are being warned that they may have been exposed to measles.
SIS documents confirm a Dunedin teenager tried to assassinate the Queen in the early 1980s, despite alleged efforts by police to cover the story up.
New Zealand's speed skaters have backed their race tactics after finishing fourth in the team pursuit at the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang yesterday.
Stephen Kearney spent 2017 taking stock of the Warriors - warts and all - and plotting a gradual path to the NRL summit.
Breakers stalwart Kirk Penney will bring a storied and well-travelled basketball career to a close in the coming months.
If New Zealanders with criminal records deported from Australia are not already contributing to New Zealand's methamphetamine problem ``they will'', the police commissioner says.
New Zealand will send eight fighters to April's Commonwealth Games, including reigning gold medallist David Nyika.
The New Zealand Law Society is calling on lawyers to speak out on sexual harassment in the workplace, in the wake of sexual assault allegations at the Wellington law firm Russell McVeagh.
New Zealand's public sector has been ranked the least corrupt in the world in an annual global index.
The steady rehabilitation of Todd Astle and ginger knee of Mitch Santner have reopened the Black Caps' ODI door to Ish Sodhi.
A spike in crime committed by women and youths has left the head of the police wondering if social media may be partly to blame.
On the seventh anniversary of the Christchurch earthquake, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced a $28 million mental health programme for Canterbury's schoolchildren.
Another farm in Southland has tested positive for the cattle disease Mycoplasma bovis, bringing to eight the number of infected properties in the province.
NZ coach Mike Hesson has sought to take the pressure off his death bowlers by saying all three of the twenty20 tri-series squads’ quicks have struggled.
New Zealand First MP Clayton Mitchell has drafted a member’s Bill to make English a recognised official language in New Zealand.