Owners of firearms and magazines that will be illegal to own from tomorrow will be able to claim compensation based on make, model and their condition.
Councils are charging little or nothing to e-scooter companies poised to make millions of dollars in NZ. Dunedin City Council estimates it's already spent hundreds of hours of staff time with zero recompenses.
The National Party is pushing for gun law exemptions to be broadened to more groups as the legislation banning most semi-automatic weapons continues its rapid progress through Parliament.
One of the first people on the scene of the Al Noor mosque shootings has been denied help from the Accident Compensation Corporation.
Acclaimed actor and activist Anzac Wallace is being remembered by people in the film and political worlds for his rare talent and powerful personality.
The husband of a woman severely injured in the Christchurch mosque shootings says he's worried about the couple's financial future.
A teacher has lost his registration after it was found that he would "massage" a student's shoulder during class and would later go on to text her past midnight.
WorkSafe has won a long legal fight to take the fishing company Talley's to court over an accident which paralysed an employee.
More than half of all KiwiBuild homes were under construction before becoming part of the Government's flagship programme.
For the first time the Australian Army has formally honoured a New Zealand Army unit for courage, for supporting their operations in the Vietnam War.
More women within the male-dominated New Zealand Defence Force are choosing to come forward and complain about sexual violence.
The Reserve Bank is warning Canterbury businesses to look closely at the cash they are offered.
It will be up to communities whether they choose to reduce Anzac Day services for security reasons, the RSA says.
Toxic materials are being found among the rubbish washing up along the West Coast after floodwaters spread it along the coastline from an abandoned landfill.
Twenty-six people have died on the country's roads since last Friday in a week the AA is calling one of the worst for road deaths in recent history.
A washed-out bridge on the West Coast is expected to reopen in a week's time.
Blind New Zealanders want e-scooters taken off footpaths as serious injuries and near misses rise.
The families of those killed in the mosque terror attacks will today get their first chance to see the man charged with the shootings.
Three New Zealand journalists detained by Fijian police in Suva after trying to interview a controversial Chinese resort developer have been released without charge.
MPs have been deluged with thousands of submissions on the fast-tracked gun legislation which will ban most types of semi-automatic firearms.