Lines form at Te Papa, 15 hours before second-chance rugby tickets go on sale.
The region is getting $1.4 b for transport but there's no immediate solution to capital's infamous roundabout.
Man whose dog was killed by police in a "terrifying" armed raid says pet was like family.
Humpback whales in NZ are recovering, with a record number counted in a single day.
$650,000 in ratepayer funding means Palmerston North-Wellington train will continue.
Tararua hut left "a pig sty", with mattresses slashed and paint dumped.
Business confidence has slipped for the second consecutive month, with the agriculture industry the least upbeat.
Fonterra's $235 million redevelopment of it is Pahiatua dairy factory is a celebration of the industry's technological innovation.
Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully outlines what he hopes to achieve at the UN security council.
OPINION: Legalising MDMA would be a hard pill to swallow, say university researchers.
Shannon singer prepares for concert with national choir.
Prolific Dutch conductor Edo de Waart will be the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra's next music director - a crucial role which decides the orchestra's programme each year.
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Wellington's Taj Mahal toilets, now a pub, were occupied by Victoria University students in 1967.
Angry fans are striking back at scalpers with absurdly priced bids, including one of $56m.
Colin Cooper hopes the Super Rugby final will provide some closure on the club's 20-year history of near misses.