Judge refuses to let brawling pair convicted of receiving stolen car serve home detention at same address.
Family's worry and anger begin to mount
Broden Miller has cried every night since his canine friend vanished.
MP Brendan Horan is being sued by convicted tax avoider Colin Henderson for defamation.
A road crash on a Hamilton suburban street may have booze, speed and lack of restraints to thank.
Police believe the gathering of drug precursors was behind the theft of a potentially lethal chemical.
Parliament could get a new prayer after the election in September.
OPINION: Claudette Hauiti's travel agent must be amazing - $200 return to Australia is a steal.
An Oamaru man has been found not guilty of the 2010 murder of teenager William Lewis in retrial.
Christchurch police station reopens after robot used to confirm suspicious package not a bomb.
A father tells court of losing his only daughter, as the drink driving mate who caused her death is jailed.
Man on home detention jailed after going walkabout when legal high made him 'claustrophobic'.
More than $100,000 worth of meth seized by police after early morning raid in Northland.
Parliament's back office has received a stinging performance review.
Mangere College is the first school to implement 'It's not OK' campaign in a bid to prevent family violence.
Urban Aucklanders may have the number of chickens they can own without permission halved.
Women shocked to see man in window wearing nothing but a balaclava and clothes pegs.
Motorists heading for Auckland's North Shore faced major delays this morning after a crash on the harbour bridge.
It's the worst flu season in years, Google reckons - but the Health Ministry's not so sure.
Prisoner serving sentence for threatening to kill the prime minister, starts eating and drinking again.
Fire crews rip off half of Hawke's Bay freezing works' roof to get to blaze.
SPCA prosecutes woman for failing to take cat to vet for more than two weeks despite bones of its tail being exposed.
After a cold night, today is expected to bring clear skies and later showers across the country.
The story of the Christchurch rebuild can be told in noise complaints, according to new data.
Australian businesses complain they are being shut out of the Christchurch rebuild.
Bernard Alan Devries was again found guilty at his retrial of manufacturing methamphetamine in 2010.
Parliament starts final countdown to election with PM jettisoning an MP in disgrace, while Labour leader admits he was wrong over break.
A wealthy medical specialist will lose more than $1 million to his ex-wife in a divorce settlement.
Three men face charges of attempted murder after a two-month police investigation into a series of aggravated robberies across Waikato.
Invercargill couple defend their decision to dash back into their smoke-logged house to rescue their cat.
Miles Davis is such a fanatic that he named five of his six sons after West Ham players.
Millions of dollars of investment in Wellington is now in doubt after plans for a Basin Reserve flyover fell over.
Data on high pollution days this year shows the worst-affected areas are in the lower South Island.
The story the Labour leader is "tricky" is driven by National. His oldest friends see another man.
Australia's Treasurer Joe Hockey signals willingness to bend on the rights of Kiwi expats across the Tasman.
A man busted with more than 1000 child sex abuse and bestiality images has avoided jail.
A grandmother choked up telling a jury how she confronted and attacked the man she believed raped her intellectually disabled granddaughter.
Iwi voters endorse two pending Treaty settlements but must wait for final go-ahead from the Crown.
Mother says son was "made to wash dishes" after she chose to opt him out of school's religious classes.
Teenage schoolboys are putting a fashionable twist to their uniforms in an effort to keep up their image.
Mother of killed teen adamant killer will offend again, after Parole Board said it would support his temporary release.
NZ families of MH17 victims may have to prove Malaysia Airlines should not have been flying over a war zone.
Nationwide mayoral revolt against legal highs put immense pressure on the Govt to ban the drugs outright, newly released documents show.
Kiwis with gripes about red tape will be asked to tell the Government about "crazy" regulation as part of a campaign to reduce the number of rules around property ownership, Prime Minister John Key says.
Police find one missing teenaged girl, but concerns remain about a second girl in Auckland.
A man killed in his Auckland pawn shop was a hard-working businessman who worked seven days a week, his accountant says.
Cartoons at centre of tribunal were not lampooning any one ethnicity, publishers say.
OPINION: Whether it was 10 days basking in Hawaii or three days shivering in Central Otago, John Key and David Cunliffe have been energised by breaks.
'Systematic issues' and risks have been blamed for a mid-air collision that killed two women.
Grandmother in hospital after being viciously beaten in her South Auckland home.
Two days set aside so hearing for man accused of letting his horse run loose before it was hit by car can be translated.