A movement to boycott this year's commemorations of the 250th anniversary of Captain James Cook's landing at Tūranganui-a-Kiwa (later named Gisborne) is gaining strength.
The Government has broken its flagship election promise on Kiwibuild and the Housing Minister should resign, National Party leader Simon Bridges says.
Renters in Dunedin are battling to secure homes, and dozens of applicants are vying for the same house.
A low-decile primary school in Northland has more than 200 unimmunised children, and the region's DHB head, Nick Chamberlain, says it has contacted the board asking for help.
Fonterra have changed their milk tanker schedule in an entire Hamilton district so that a man with an incredibly rare condition can go to bed on time.
Promised maternity services haven't been delivered, leaving mothers and midwives in a precarious situation, Te Anau residents say.
The family of a man killed by pirates off the coast of Panama five days ago are at last able to retrieve some of their belongings from their yacht.
A Milton family is at the mercy of floods that sweep into their house every couple of years, unable to either renovate or sell and move out.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council has confirmed the purchase of a prominent lifestyle block in Ladies Mile for more than $15 million.
Christchurch water should be chlorine free again by the end of July, instead of the goal of May.
Ashburton is the latest regional town to be selected as a refugee settlement location.
The mother of two teenage boys killed in a Christchurch car crash after a police pursuit says she warned health workers and the police just a month earlier that they were at risk.
The press secretary described as an "emotional, junior staffer" by the National Party leader Simon Bridges has formally resigned.
Speed limits on the country's most dangerous roads could drop to 80kmh as the government seeks to combat the high number of road deaths.
The final decision on the country's next Great Walk has been delayed following doubts any of them can assume the premier title.
Lindstrom says the Christchurch Victims Organising Committee has approached the prime minister and the mayor of Christchurch to point out that the support system is full of cracks. They've also...
National's deputy leader Paula Bennett says she feels like the target of a racist attack by Māori government ministers.
Auckland Council is quadrupling the fees that e-scooter providers pay to operate in the city.
Major New Zealand news organisations, including RNZ, have agreed to protocols for covering the trial of the person charged over the Christchurch mosque attacks.
The government is being accused of trying to slip through a law change that would essentially decriminalise the possession of Class A drugs.