Twice saved by the rescue helicopter, Rodney Boulton, a man scared of flying, was flown to his final resting place.
OPINION: Why is there no regulation for public playgrounds to be fenced off?
Miss Taranaki 2017 has collected her crown
Joanne Barr is a lifelong Republican and went to Washington. But it wasn't to show her support.
For years, Rolls-Royce bribed its way around the world with a series of shadowy backhanders, court documents show.
OPINION: We've been warned that autonomous vehicles are coming - ready or not - and we'd better embrace the future.
OPINION: Bring in a national holiday when we need it most - in winter.
OPINION: How many council employees does it take to change a light bulb? One to change the bulb and 14 to work in the call centre?
David Farrier joined the controversial church as a student, and is still attracted to its mysterious practices.
The perennial question of how to transform Auckland's traffic may need a very futuristic answer: driverless cars.
Terry Crowley, was 26 when the coal mine exploded 50 years ago killing 19 men.
Just because Donald Trump got to the White House by using racist remarks is no reason for the rest of us to lose our sense of decency.
It's high time we rid ourselves of the term "alpha male".
Students brave homophobia: "I was probably 14 or 15, finding it hard to get out of bed. I think I knew that I was gay – it's a little complicated."
Kiwi drivers are notoriously bad, we're told – so we asked foreign-born NZers for five tips on how we can drive better.
A10 day jaunt is like a tasting platter, providing a delicious sample of some of the country's highlights.
America's new president, Donald Trump, started his new job with a speech offering more anger than grace, more defiance than comfort.
OPINION: Donald Trump has outlined his vision for America. And it's terrible for those who didn't support him.
We talk to the real life mother and son, Saroo and Sue.
OPINION: Bling is dead, it's time to move on.
The executive director of Oxfam NZ has spent her life fighting to make the world a better place.
Love, lunacy and liquor lead to one of New Zealand's most horrific mass murders.
Fake news, fake art and now fake wines - there's huge money in filling empty vintage bottles with cheap plonk.
Actress Ruby Rose is a crack shot. She proved it by hitting a horizontal playing card from 1000 metres.
How a fierce will to win fuelled Donald Trump's achievements in business and, later, politics.
Life will never be the same after winning the Boston Marathon, they say. Not for this Kiwi.
When Hawera nurse Bessie Young volunteered to serve in WWI, she was on a collision course with a German torpedo.
Breast or bottle? To cry or not to cry? We delve into the world of contradictory baby advice.
Alli Betts made breakfast at 3am. Her husband woke to find tea bags in the toaster.
The role is a return to her roots, says the singer. A chance to show black women as brilliant-minded and necessary to the culture.