Grace Millane would have turned 27 today - had she not been murdered while visiting Auckland on her OE.
One person has died and another taken to hospital following a water-related incident at Rothesay Bay on Auckland’s North Shore.
A multi-agency investigation has dismantled a drug and money laundering operation in Auckland being operated by Vietnamese nationals.
National leader Christopher Luxon has used his first school visit as prime minister to reiterate his intention to ban mobile phones during class time.
Two teens have died and another was critically injured after their car crashed into roadworks at speed.
It was the end of an era for a small town South Island petrol station when it closed its doors for good yesterday.
The University of Otago has refused to help clean up a notorious student flat - despite the property being used as a dumping ground for rubbish.
Bringing back over-the-counter cold medicines with pseudoephedrine could make chemists a target for robberies and ram-raids, a pharmacist warns.
New Zealand TV star Kim Crossman bravely opened up about her recent miscarriage this week, posting an image of her in hospital and explaining her decision to go public with the news.
A teenage mother who failed to get treatment for her 5-month-old baby after he suffered multiple non-accidental head injuries in her care then fed him only sugar and water for a week.
Luke Randall drove a stolen digger across town to a petrol station where he attempted to steal an ATM machine but instead caused $170,000 in damages before running off.
Former justice minister Kiri Allan has explained why she's pleaded not guilty to a charge of failing to accompany police on the night she crashed her car in Wellington.
A South Island man accused of sexually abusing his babysitters says he was having a consensual affair with one of them.
Otago University epidemiologist Michael Baker is concerned about his image being fraudulently used to sell a product called 'Blood Balance'.
A family-owned business that provided signage for the Fifa Women’s World Cup is set to close after long delays in getting paid for their work left them demoralised and worn down.
A man who dragged his partner along a gravel driveway by her hair says he is "attracted to broken girls".