A farm safety group is warning the agricultural sector could face greater regulation if it fails to lift its poor health and safety record.
The Automobile Association is calling for all Lime scooters to be taken off the country's streets until they are proven safe.
Auckland councillors bombarded by emails in support of the e-scooter company Lime say it's a tactic other lobbyists have tried, such as in the 1080 debate.
'Pit stops' will be held to try to to educate the "lycra louts" who have led to a school cancelling its walking bus.
On the eighth anniversary of the 2011 quake teenager Ashley Cullen, describes how mental illness tore through her childhood.
Serial rapist Malcolm Rewa has been found guilty of murdering Susan Burdett in 1992.
Two elderly poodles, neglected to the point where they no longer looked like dogs, have topped SPCA's annual list of shame.
A massive slip almost half a kilometre long has closed the main highway heading to the glaciers on the South Island's West Coast.
As operations ramp up on the West Coast to re-enter Pike River mine, in another small mining town minds are turning to another tragedy underground - the death of 34 men and boys in Kaitangata 140 years ago.
A multimillion-dollar redevelopment in Queenstown including a state-of-the-art gondola, lower terminal building and a 650-seat restaurant is set to go ahead.
Sir Owen Glenn has suspended funding of the New Zealand women's hockey team because of his concerns over the resignation of former coach Mark Hager.
Toulon rugby boss Mourad Boudjellal has defended his criticism of former All Black wing Julian Savea and launched another stinging attack on the under-performing star.
Serial rapist Malcolm Rewa has told a court he will not ever forgive himself for hurting women - but he didn't rape or murder Susan Burdett.
Reports showing deaths caused by drug driving having overtaken the drink driving toll don't take into account all of the available information, says a drug and alcohol counsellor.
NZME's net profit is down 44 percent, reflecting difficult trading conditions and costs to develop growth businesses.
The Commerce Commission has hit a hurdle in its fight against controversial ticket re-seller Viagogo.
District health boards are accusing the junior doctors' union of making statements in public and to its members that are inaccurate and misleading and or deceptive.
Judith Collins has overtaken Simon Bridges in the preferred prime minister stakes, but the leader of the opposition says he's confident in his leadership despite the numbers.
A pedestrian has been left with critical injuries after being hit by a truck in Blenheim.
Residents of 14 Pigeon Valley properties evacuated owing to the Tasman fire are now allowed to return home.