Disabled people are staying home because public transport in Wellington and Auckland is too hard.
Stacey Spinks is accused of phoning in a bomb threat about Hamilton Central Police Station.
No injuries despite initial report occupant was stuck in the vehicle.
Crown says woman was trying to kill herself. Instead, another person died.
Age doesn't need to mean the end of cycling.
Man can claim ACC for schizophrenia, decades after suffering a head trauma that caused it.
Colourful cat collars are being trialled in Wellington to help protect native birds.
Johnsonville residents can now see what their new library will look like.
A call centre operator had hoped to create thousands of jobs in Wellington, but now it has folded.
The dapper man appeared as a customer before turning up later to allegedly steal from shops.
The girl whose name means 'life' has helped raised thousands.
A team featuring Somalian refugees has once again won the New Zealand Communities Football Cup.
Thirty five rallies nationwide demand the Government do more to prevent catastrophic climate change.
An injured hunter, his mate and their dog have been rescued after an injury forced them to spend a night in the bush.
The annual Communities Football Cup is on this weekend in Wellington.
Planes are cancelled and drivers are being warned to take care as high winds slam Wellington.
Long-term councillor Ray Ahipene-Mercer is leaving politics and picking up a guitar.
OPINION: Call me old-fashioned, but if up to $300 million of my rates are going to be blown on a runway I would like to be certain it will be used.
A Wellington man on 47 charges of possessing child porn has been discharged without conviction.
Police believe the man is behind a number of burglaries.
When we learnt felines would be carted throughout workplaces on Friday, we were loath to miss out.
The case has been made for Wellington Airport's runway extension, but will it really fly?
A former drug-using lawyer has lost work and his lodge membership, court hears.
The emergency room is getting up to eight people a night who have been assaulted while out drinking.
A Wellington student has had three plates inserted into his face after a brutal attack.
It has been 16 years since a law change that allowed some high school students to drink alcohol.
Judges may have to make exceptions to suppression orders.
Wellington hosting a 'seven days of sevens' festival on the waterfront and civic square.
Police returned a family's livlihood and brought them to tears.
Dave Burcher is looking for a bunch of good Kiwi blokes.