The Government is scrapping all of its interim KiwiBuild targets and going back to the drawing board.
A man convicted of sexually assaulting an elderly woman during a rest home visit was regularly visiting rest homes and retirement villages.
The pressure of having to look after an influx of tourists is leaving some rural doctor's practices without a GP for hours on end.
Invercargill MP Sarah Dowie's electorate office is back open for business this morning, despite an open police investigation into a text allegedly sent from her phone.
National Party leader Simon Bridges has endorsed the idea of a new centrist environmental party, saying it would be a "very valuable" addition to the political landscape.
Principals are expecting disruptions when most schools go back this week because of a shortage of staff.
A KiwiRail driver was attacked on his train in the Manawatu town of Feilding early this morning.
An academic who sexually assaulted an elderly woman at a resthome did not tell the university he worked for about the case.
There have been more resignations at the embattled New Zealand Transport Agency, following the sudden departure of its chief executive amid pressure over faulty warrant checks.
Many women have been taking the contraceptive pill incorrectly for the past 60 years, new advice suggests.
Name suppression has lapsed for a 55-year-old academic who admitted indecently touching an elderly woman at a North Island resthome.
A stolen car driven by two youths has crashed close to railway lines in Wellington after a chase last night.
As Central Otago temperatures approached 30°C this week, Naseby forgot summer and focused on ice, as the World Curling Championships qualifiers transfixed the town.
A Singaporean actor and soldier who was injured during a military exercise in Waiouru over the weekend has died.
New Zealand drivers are crashing at higher rates than drivers visiting this country, Ministry of Transport data shows.
Embattled Botany MP Jami-Lee Ross has apologised to everybody he hurt last year, including the leader he attempted to take down.
Five people were injured, two critically, in a stabbing incident in Whanganui today.
The emotional, social and psychological impacts of Mycoplasma bovis on farmers and farming communities will be studied by the University of Otago.
The east coast of New Zealand is likely to have the best view of a supermoon rising over the country tonight.
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