A city councillor has defended her decision to post flyers showing Prime Minister Christopher Luxon and his two deputies inside the image of male genitals.
A coroner has issued a warning about the risks of the contraceptive pill combined with an often unknown underlying condition after two women died in the same month in similar circumstances.
The new Minister of Health is defending his government's plan to scrap smokefree legislation, saying vaping will remain the primary tool for reducing smoking rates.
An NZ On Air board member has resigned after making a social media post calling new Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters’ attack on media independence “malicious” and him being “the worst...
The new government’s first Cabinet meeting got off to a tense start as Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters again accused the media of bribery.
In what is a first, there will be rabbit shooting at Queenstown Gardens tonight, if the dry weather holds.
A falcon attack has left a woman with serious scalp injuries and prompted the temporary closure of a track.
A South Island man has denied 17 child abuse charges and says he did not molest his two stepdaughters.
Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters has engaged in a testy first news conference, offering his definition of “woke virtue signalling” and invoked late Māori land rights activist Dame Whina Cooper in defending his approach to the Treaty of Waitangi.
Covid-19 booster vaccines are essential to help stem the tide of a fifth wave of the virus sweeping the country, epidemiologist Michael Baker says.
The Golden Arches at a NZ McDonald's took on a different glow overnight when the famous sign caught fire.
The new government is committed to reducing tobacco use, despite plans to repeal smokefree legislation, incoming prime minister Christopher Luxon says.
Kim Hill brought the curtain down on a 38-year career at RNZ over the weekend. After making her name as an interviewer, she switched places and let Jim Mora ask her some tough questions.
Ex-Breakfast host Kamahl Santamaria says he will be taking legal action against his former employer TVNZ.
Bike Wanaka president Ewan Mackie said more than 100 people showed up for the celebration and informal jump jam.
The BurgerFuel cars that have featured in Christmas parades for nearly three decades are being put on immediate hold after one rolled into two people at a santa parade on Saturday.
A crusader for Arrowtown’s green belt may have lost two legal bids to keep land rurally zoned, but believes his efforts — and the $40,000 it cost him — have not been wasted.
The freshly passed Resource Management Act (RMA) reforms look set to be first on the chopping block as the new coalition government settles into power.