Resident had "all the clinical features of Zika" after trip to Tonga last year.
As this "cosy" meth-ridden Blenheim flat shows, people know a bargain when they see one.
Engineers are assessing a large slip in the Manawatu Gorge to see when it is safe to start clearing.
Community magistrate has little time for excuses from Taranaki men caught out drink driving
High-profile cases involving cops require impartiality - so they don't always prosecute their own.
Anzac Day or the right to protest - is one any more sacred than the other?
The teacher lashed out after her 11-year-old grandson giggled as she talked about a parent's funeral service.
Town in shock after Verity Ann McLean was allegedly shot dead by her police officer husband.
Police were unable to confirm claims of a body seen in the sea off Napier's Marine Parade.
He risked a storm to help two Americans. Now, the Uber driver who took them on a $1033 trip is under investigation.
Their father gave his life to save others at Tangiwai - NZ's worst ever rail disaster.
The couple are "desperate" after being kicked out by their landlord. But the animals keep them going.
Westland Mayor Bruce Smith has avoided a no confidence vote as a rebel councillor backs down.
We compare the phrases with the reality - complete with dog-whistle ratings.
Crown alleges true control was concealed to deceive gambling authorities.
Three boys fishing in Auckland's Manukau Harbour dragged the man's body to shore.
An Australian cop touring NZ with a national police rugby side was found by two passers-by in Dunedin's central city.
Women under 24 are drinking "just like the lads" - and RTDs seem to be the go-to tipple.
Even stealing confectionary is more elaborate - and more lucrative - than you think.
Among the tidy villas and hedges on Bentley St, residents suspect something sinister is afoot.
Police was called to intervene after a group of young people began fighting at a busy shopping centre.
Killed climber's grandfather believes something went "drastically wrong" for pair to die in Fiordland.
Lower Hutt councillor criticises inclusion of "religious statement" at meeting.
Hundreds gathered to remember Sir Doug Myers' life at a memorial service in Auckland.
Aerial drops, night operations, low-level flying: welcome to RNZAF's Exercise Skytrain.
Gorge closure will hit the hip pocket hard, but they're still open.
He teamed up with competitive eater Nela Zisser to eat 500 chicken nuggets but it didn't go so well.
OPINION: Recent boom in work and student visas suggests room for cuts.
Discussions are underway to consider expanding the Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park boundary.
Maori land reform bill continues to divide Mana and the Maori Party despite a promise to work together
The biggest Maori land reform in decades is set to pass but Maori leaders are divided on the benefits.
A peaceful ceremony took place at the scene of horror and bloodshed 100 years ago.
Deregistered charity looks set to win appeal, despite links to notorious gang.
Raewyn Seamer has had enough of the dampness, cold, cockroaches, and rats.
A man was pepper sprayed, handcuffed and bundled into a police car near the Cromwell bridge this afternoon.
Residents fear the body found in bush land off Te Puru Forks is that of missing woman Anne Bunning.
"Influenza can affect anyone no matter how fit, active and healthy they may be."
A High Court says Dave Henderson "may be in denial" about his past conduct.
It's better than Summer but like all good things the good weather won't last.
His teen stepdaughter was raped. Now he's accused of bashing the man who did it.
Elderly woman hit by motorbike is in a stable condition in hospital.
Disability support workers in Marlborough will strike over national service cuts as they reach "breaking point" over the future of their jobs.
Huge clouds of smoke are from a farmer's burnoff, rural fire says.
"They make you feel alive," one cancer patient said of Hospice Taranaki nurses.
Offender has little memory of smashing glass door with bare hands after night of heavy drinking.
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Constable discharged without conviction after hitting a pedestrian while driving a police car.
The number of people arriving in New Zealand intending to call it home continues to rise.
Tamia Apaapa disappeared on March 27. On April 25, she returned to her family.
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The Waikato Westpac Rescue helicopter winched the injured surfer off the rocks at Raglan's Manu Bay.