High Court trial of slain Miramar woman's estranged husband scheduled to last about five weeks.
Paekakariki Hill Rd has opened after being closed by a crash on Wednesday morning.
A train that travelled with its doors open is the latest in a long list of safety incidents for KiwiRail.
Former developer told to pay towards the cost of settling home owner's claim.
After years of bloodshed, torture and forced labour in Myanmar, Zaw Zaw has settled in Wellington.
Lecretia Seales is dying, and doesn't have time for delays in her legal case.
Sandstone columns meant to represent Australia's "Red Centre" were quarried near Agra.
All three people charged with murdering Matthew Stevens have now pleaded not guilty.
Dangerous offender claims he planned a theft, not a sex attack.
A new radiotherapy treatment has dramatically reduced side effects for prostate cancer patients.
A "few hundred" passengers were stuck on a Hutt Valley train after it ran a red light.
A celebrated World War II pilot has died just eight days out from Anzac Day.
Manslaughter accused Hariboy Hetaraka will face a changed charge at his Wellington trial in September over the death of Clark McCulloch.
Despite a strong southerly, more than 500 people attended the official opening of the Pukeahu National War Memorial Park in Wellington.
New Zealand's role in World War I is being commemorated using silver screen magic with the opening of Peter Jackson's Great War Exhibition.
The Supreme Court refused to hear Lundy's attempt to exclude scientific evidence from his retrial.
Porirua Market is on the move after weeks of discussion between members of Titahi Bay Lions and Porirua City Council.
Valley Flyer bus driver accused of hitting a car, then driving off for a smoko.
Massive waves destroy a car park and footpath in Lyall Bay.
He would be convicted twice of the Crewe murders, but Arthur Allan Thomas always insisted he was an innocent man.
The final bill is in from the QC who lead the successful prosecution of Mark Lundy.
Court of Appeal judges were divided over whether a jury should hear disputed evidence about the source of the tissue on Mark Lundy's polo shirt.
A Wellington high rise has been evacuated after smoke was smelt on multiple levels.
A century on from the Gallipoli landing, the graves of servicemen in Karori Cemetery are falling into disrepair.
The 90-year-old road linking Oriental Bay to Roseneath in Wellington is being made stronger and safer.
A road around Wellington's South Coast has been closed after large waves spread debris across it.
Murderer denied parole as he makes an admission more than a decade after his "appalling" crime.
Documents belonging to Prime Minister Sir Walter Nash, have been found in a house lot going to auction.
One Haast Tokoeka kiwi chick pulled through after treatment at Wellington Zoo, but its sibling died from the infection.
Four arrested after an investigation into $280,000 worth of imported methamphetamine.