A petition has been launched calling on the Prime Minister to visit Ihumatao, which hundreds of people have been occupying to oppose a new housing development.
Secondary school principals are considering industrial action after the groups representing principals abandoned the negotiations.
Milford Opportunities has been given $3 million from the Government's new international visitor conservation and tourism levy.
A white-capped albatross found caught in seaweed and being battered by waves on a Timaru beach is recovering in Dunedin after multiple people stepped up to help it.
The National Party's claims a new bill would lead to whitebaiting being banned in New Zealand are "absolutely untrue", the Government says.
A mountain guide was dragged hundreds of metres downhill after getting caught in an avalanche near Aoraki Mount Cook.
The mother of a woman who died after being dumped outside a hospital with injuries that left her ''unrecognisable'' has appealed for anyone with information to come forward.
All Blacks lock Scott Barrett has been suspended from all forms of rugby for three weeks for his no arms tackle to the head of Australian captain Michael Hooper in Perth on Saturday night.
Liz MacPherson, head of Stats NZ, has resigned following the release of a report into the botched 2018 online census.
Flooding was in the limelight as South Dunedin residents met with scientists, engineers and policymakers to discuss flooding issues hitting their low-lying area last night.
GCSB Minister Andrew Little has cautioned Huawei against "heavying the government" with threats to exit New Zealand.
Police believe the man being sought over last week's hit-and-run death in Christchurch is being assisted by others and warn the public not to approach him.
KiwiRail's chief executive says close calls happen on a daily basis and take a huge toll on locomotive engineers.
Doctors at Capital and Coast District Health Board failed to order a brain scan for a woman with a brain tumour, insisting instead on a psychological assessment.
The Civil Aviation Authority has been accused of misleading the public about the number of helicopter inspectors on its staff when a fatal crash killed seven people, including a Queenstown pilot.
A search is underway for descendants of service personnel who witnessed a nuclear test at Mururoa Atoll to take part in a nationwide study.
National Party leader Simon Bridges says the Prime Minister should tell protesters at Ihumātao to go home.