An ambulance officer accused of sexually offending against four women while on the job can now be named.
Wellington City Council today agreed to keep its rates rise exactly to its self-imposed limit.
A man is in a critical condition after the car he was in flipped on Castlepoint Beach in Wairarapa.
The identity of a man accused of shooting a cat with a crossbow remains suppressed.
Victoria University's traditional graduation parade has been called off due to bad weather.
Cheaper meat, strawberries and tomatoes were partly offset by higher grocery and soft-drink prices last month.
A senior adviser in John Key's office has been caught crouching among cigarette butts, taking photos of the aftermath of Parliament's press gallery party.
This time next year we will have a new government.
In The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug the great escape by barrels becomes the equivalent of a nail-biting car chase.
A Tawa girl is dancing her way to her dream role, to play the Black Swan in Britain's Royal Ballet.
There will be no love lost when the Hurricanes meet the Crusaders in a pre-season match in Levin on Valentine's Day.
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