Pricing review reveals an alternative method would be fairer.
Are some student renters being taken for a ride? The Tenants Protection Association think so.
Serious safety flaws cause stalling of NZ's largest ever roading project, the Waterview Tunnel.
An angry and shouting Rhys Warren had to be manhandled into the cells after the verdicts.
The SPCA is investigating a Levin pet shop after a complaint about its practices.
There have been no private property developments in Cathedral Square since the earthquakes. Can the deadlock be broken?
The words 'urban terrorist' were written in chalk on the wall near Hamilton's Euphrasie House.
A woman was fatally beaten in a "punishing" rage because she wouldn't answer her partner's questions.
One twin sat by an empty seat, the other missed the soundtrack to bittersweet time of her life.
The Labour leader is off to court after an apology and offer of a financial contribution were rejected.
Devastated staff, some who had been with Pumpkin Patch for at least 20 years, fight for what they are owed.
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"Now I hear the RSA, the last spot I've got, is going to fold." Tom Beale, 93.
A leading researcher will share his findings on chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia in Nelson next week.
EXPLAINER: First the civilian deaths, now claims of torture and war crimes overshadow NZ's conduct in Afghanistan.
Kiwi was swept away trying to rescue his girlfriend in Bali, who's been crying in hospital as his family head over.
OPINION: Somehow, my inhibitions towards smoking after drinking cocktails get the better of me.
A man who collapsed after an apparent punch-up in a second hand shop could not be revived.
Eight years of crippling pain finally led to a diagnosis for Olivia Heslop - but also an addiction to pain-killers.
Stacey-Ann Selby-Lye ran 2.4km in less than 10 minutes then did 46 press-ups and 130 sit-ups before being asked to stop.
Partial demolition of a building that housed west Auckland's only night club and four other businesses started this morning.
Pistol pulled at busy Dannevirke service station. Robbers escape with cash and smokes.
Gisborne couple kept winning ticket hidden for a fortnight while they planned their new fortune.
Porirua children offered a ride to school by a stranger knew exactly what to do, principal says.
Police on the case after owner found pets' corpses stuck to a tree trunk.
"One wave is all it takes to free the funk," mental-health awareness-raising event organiser SJ Cansdale says.
Police want to cut 26 roles from their commercial vehicle safety team, sparking industry concern.
Rod McDermott, the CEO behind the success of the Farmers retail empire, has died in a car crash.
Police have released the name of a pedestrian killed after being hit by a car in Tauranga on Thursday.
The 'sad' case of a Hawke's Bay lawyer who stole $73k and was left with nothing and a career in tatters.
Each has almost killed the other but they do not want to be apart.
Put your questions to GNS scientist Ian Hamling after the Kaikoura quake was found to have shunted parts of the South Island.
A family's holiday home on the coast of Thames has been gutted in a blaze lit during a break-in.
For one long-time resident, it was the first time he had seen the animals in the area.
A man has been jailed for his role in a million-dollar robbery of an Auckland jewellery store.
Murder accused Troy Taylor says he lied to police about Ihaka Stokes's death to protect toddler's mother
Court hears Troy Taylor lied to police about Ihaka Stokes's death to protect the toddler's mother.
Massey University has given a prestigious award to the head of a British bank.
An allegedly pantless man on a mountain bike in West Auckland has been charged by police.
A person with the measles visited Auckland Airport and Pak 'n Saves on the North Shore last week.
Smoke detectors and a determined parent saved a south Auckland man and his kids from worse.
Jury to determine whether an Auckland man knowingly his infected partner with HIV.
Prime Minister Bill English is backing Defence Force claims that civilians weren't killed in an SAS raid.
The unusual "fence" has been described as gluten free and a "casserole of special and galactic ideas'' on Trade Me.
Afghan villagers have engaged a human rights lawyer over an SAS raid they believe killed six in their community.
A Dunedin man accused of stabbing an endangered sea lion has pleaded not guilty.
Who's up and who's down from the week in politics?
Region's water consumption dips three million litres below daily target.
Victim of covert filming in pool changing room "sickened" by thought the images could be online.
Further charge coming for woman accused of importing euthanasia drugs.
Architect who fought insurer that wanted to winch his house up a hill is awarded nearly $190,000 in costs.