The first emergency calls from inside the Florida massacre at the Pulse nightclub have been released.
18 police and officials ordered to pay US$1 damages each after attack on innocent black man.
Michael Fassbender wanted no part of filming on an isolated NZ coast, but then he felt the light of love.
"My mum died when I was 12, but I never felt like I was a raised by a single parent."
More than 15,000 people killed by Isis are buried in 72 mass graves - and more are likely to be found.
Surgeons hope to do the world's first human head transplant - and a head has been offered. But is it "junk science"?
A PhD scholar who brings Cuban rhythms to his mathematics and his cooking.
Society sees men as being more decisive - but the research tells a different story.
Terrorists, crashes, disappearances: Are movies just adding to our anxiety?
As Japan suffers an economic downturn, the popularity of a sleepy resort town has snowballed.
Could Donald Trump's Plan B be a US cable TV news network?
It's a hardscrabble life for a rooster at a rest stop – but why are they even there?
In the shadow of Mt Taranaki stands a symbol of NZ's dominance in the global dairy trade.
Joshua Guillemot-Rodgerson dances for up to 10 hours a day and has calluses on the soles of his feet and toes.
NZ's oldest Paralympian this year is Chris Sharp, who joins a three-man crew six years after a motorbike accident left him in a wheelchair.
Take me out the ballpark ... one last time.
One year on, who were the winners and real losers at this hacked infidelity website?
OPINION: What does a millionaire look like ... Dome-headed Daddy Warbucks? The top-hatted Monopoly man? Or a frazzled Auckland homeowner?
The pair met violent deaths within six months of each other, leaving a family desperate for answers.
NZ's rate of gastro illnesses is amongst the highest in the developed world. Canterbury's rate is even higher.
Advances in artificial limb technology will boost some of our 29 Paralympians' medal chances at Rio in September.
Aroha. Those five letters saved Kiwi rugby league hero Paul Whatuira's life.
Sheep milk producers believe they can grow a high value, high sustainability sector over the next 15 years.
Six young people killed themselves in Kaitaia and many more have tried. But there's no cavalry coming to help.
Champion jockey's advice to youngsters will live on.
OPINION: Her chances are slim, but it might not be wise to discount Helen Clark from the UN Sec-Gen race just yet.
The border was easy, but then it should be for a bunch of dried herbs, she says.
They have no scars and wear no bandages, but some Kiwis are silently battling the pain that comes with a rare genetic illness.
The late, great singer was "an absolutely unreliable narrator of her own story" says her biographer
At 16, Lauren started working to help her mum out of financial trouble. She's still paying the price.