A New Zealand teenager infected with measles who visited Disneyland in Los Angeles has prompted warnings from a US health service.
More than 75 prohibited firearms and 200 accessories have been handed in at the latest buyback in Otago today.
Parents have been warned to prepare for the release of the third series of controversial Netflix series 13 Reasons Why, which comes out today.
Immigration New Zealand is facing questions over whether it is allowing unfair queue-jumping amid long waits for visas.
Port Otago workers have voted to ban overtime if talks with management remain unsuccessful.
NZ's best apprentice plumber Lauren Phillips, from Invercargill, is competing at the Olympics of skills-based jobs in Russia this week.
Act Party leader David Seymour's voluntary euthanasia bill has cleared another stage in Parliament with a suite of changes aimed at securing support.
The father of a child living with cystic fibrosis is shining the light on the need for expensive medicines targeting rare diseases to be government funded.
Former PM Helen Clark has sounded a warning over the country's growing tourism industry and what it means for climate change.
A finalist for New Zealander of the Year for her work with Māori smokers is at war with academics because her research is funded by tobacco giant Philip Morris.
About 150 people are taking part in a hīkoi to the Prime Minister's electorate office in Auckland today over Ihumātao, asking her to visit the site.
An increase in yellow-eyed penguins getting caught in fishing nets is pushing the nationally endangered bird to the brink of extinction.
Public health academic says fining adults for smoking in cars with children won't change a thing.
Copies of a manifesto penned by the accused Christchurch gunman are being sold online on an instant messaging app.
Federated Farmer's national president is relieved an Australian animal rights website has now removed the addresses of hundreds of Southland farms.
The woman who accused former Kāpiti Coast district councillor David Scott of indecent assault is going to court next month to apply for a restraining order against him.
One of the biggest names in tennis, Serena Williams, will play in January's ASB Tennis Classic in Auckland.
An unlawful police search of journalist Nicky Hager's home came from officers neglecting their duties rather than intentional misconduct, the police watchdog says.
Primary and intermediate school principals have settled their long-running pay dispute with the Education Ministry.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she backs Corrections Minister Kelvin Davis as being best placed to comment on racism in the prison system.