A woman whose stockings were filmed under her dress has received an apology of sorts.
A Napier family awoke to a teenager threatening them with a knife and demanding money.
Man charged after he shows police where he stashed a stolen gun and booze.
Drivers hurtling around Wellington at speed will soon be at the mercy of five digital speed cameras.
Fresh appeal for information on man caught on security footage in connection with two robberies.
Big day for a little blue penguin
After eight weeks in Wildbase Hospital, this little blue penguin was right at home as soon as she hit the water.
Hong Kong expats across New Zealand are staging a show of support for pro-democracy protests.
Help was close at hand when an office block two doors down from Fire Service HQ was evacuated today.
Morphine overdose that killed a Lower Hutt man last year was not deliberate, a coroner has found.
Coroner criticises seven-month delay in interviewing man who supplied alcohol to teen who died.
Hastings councillors have been given a verbal slap around the ears over the conditions at the local pound.
Sailing to retrace ancient coastal sea paths
Double-hulled ocean-going waka Te Matau a Maui will be the first such craft to visit Wairarapa in 175 years.
High seas are battering the Hawke's Bay coast, with this week's taste of summer over.
Foodstuffs has backtracked on a decision to move from it's Silverstream headquarters in mid-2015.
Man accused of beating and neglecting foster children describes allegations as "absolute rubbish".
A permanent national war museum in Wellington could open by 2020, a feasibility study says.
Century-old cars making room for modern motors
Six century-old cars, including one that raced in early New Zealand competitions, are being sold.
Train taggers beware - you are being watched.
As 10,000 tickets go on sale, Toast Martinborough is giving itself a gourmet makeover.
A scam in which people are told they are entitled to a tax refund from a fictitious government agency is doing the rounds in Wellington.
Breach of privacy by an emergency department patient is referred to police.
The buzz of having bees is no longer just the talk of keen gardeners but of city workers wanting to do their bit for the environment.
Never mind the mouse plague, the trout are set to be monstrous this season.
Motorists could be forced to slow down and sit behind cyclists until it's safe to pass, and any inconvenience "is worth it", panel pushing law change says.
Lawyer facing drugs charges loses court bid to keep identity secret but name suppression remains.
Wgtn City Council chief gets 2% pay rise after positive review of performance.
A forestry and timber company has been fined after a worker lost part of his finger in an accident.
Govt minister Peter Dunne pranked into retweeting a photo - but it wasn't who he thought it was.
WelTec plans to demolish the old quake prone Petone courthouse and turn it into a park.
Big Brother may be watching you but someone else can watch him.
Tararua teenager gets community work for his part in the slaughter of pregnant ewes.
A motorcyclist could have easily died in a late night hit and run in Whanganui, police say.
Victoria St upgrade prompts sell-off
Former World Trade Centre building, bought for about $4 million in 2011 from Serepisos' liquidator, goes back on the market.
Another remnant of bankrupt property developer Terry Serepisos' empire is on the market again.
''I was too embarrassed to show my face in public.''
Petranoff Smith used to eat 16 slices of bread, 16 eggs, a packet of bacon for breakfast; now he's a 100kg lighter.
With one snip of the scissors, Hadleigh Cox's rat's tail was gone and with it, a part of his identity.
Wellington's new Arras Tunnel has slotted straight into the central city landscape as if it had always been there.
Two more people plead guilty in relation to exploitation of workers by a Wellington immigration agency.
Labour leader steps down amid warning that conservative supporters won't back Grant Robertson.
A university sustainability project has become a popular green activity "Social Lab".
A foster mother accused of beating and neglecting CYF children in her care says she still loves them.
Police are receiving 12,000 attempted or threatened suicide calls a year.
Nearly four months after the Mana PostShop closed, NZ Post is considering opening a small store in the suburb.
Wellington will be getting a fully repaired and functional Zephyrometer this holiday season.
Elderly woman in Napier is punched to the ground after asking a cyclist to give way to her.
A CentrePort employee driver has had a lucky escape after a straddle crane toppled on to its side.
Falling dairy prices and rising interest rates are knocking confidence in some regions.
Wellington's new Arras Tunnel has had a smooth first rush hour.
Weekend storm blew through the capital, dampening plans for outdoor fun but without major mishap.
Two hours to move house just 1.5 kilometres
It was a nostalgic moment for John and Julianne O'Kane as they watched their former family home being carted off to make way for the Kapiti Expressway.
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