Words have flowed thick and fast from all parties before today's crunch World Cup pool match between New Zealand and Tonga.
New Zealand winters are a month shorter than they were 80 years ago, research by Niwa scientists shows.
National’s tertiary education spokesman says a lack of detail about Labour’s year of free study is ‘‘looking a real mess’’ as the new academic year approaches.
An urgent notice to conserve water in Invercargill and Bluff has been issued after a pumping station explosion, which left a worker injured.
Rising living costs are hitting the poor the hardest, while pensioners are wearing the brunt of growing rates and insurance prices, Statistics Zealand says.
Huddled inside the Turangawaewae marae in Ngaruawahia, the 24 New Zealanders making up David Kidwell's World Cup squad sat quietly, listening to the advice of Kiwi great Fred Ah Kuoi.
A University of Otago study has found that no racecourses and fewer than half of all sports grounds in New Zealand have smokefree signs.
A Labour supporter on the campaign trail requested a public inauguration with music by Wellington band Fat Freddy's Drop and new Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern delivered.
Ten new caps are included in a raw-looking Maori All Black squad named yesterday for a two-match northern hemisphere tour.
A charity supported by fast food giant McDonald's has been spurned by a New Zealand public hospital.
Six helicopters are being used to fight a burn-off on farmland that got out of control about 10km from Te Anau in Southland.
Winston Peters has announced that he has chosen a coalation with with Labour, which will make Jacinda Ardern our new Prime Minister.
Insurer IAG is suing Christchurch Adventure Park and powerline company Orion over the devastating fires in Christchurch’s Port Hills.
A new app allowing people with restricted mobility to more easily find disabled car parks and dob in those using them illegally has spread to Wellington.
A Labour-led government will put a minister in charge of re-entering the Pike River mine, deputy leader Kelvin Davis has promised.
Peter John Carroll has this afternoon been found guilty of murdering Christchurch man Marcus Luke Tucker.
New Zealand’s population is set to grow by up to two million in the coming two decades.
A prominent Auckland businessman says CEOs must ‘‘lift their social conscience’’ when it comes to their pay packets.
Jacinda Ardern has revealed she held out for a week - refusing daily - before finally agreeing to replace Andrew Little as Labour's leader.
A man has faced court accused of historical sex crimes at the secretive Gloriavale Christian Community.