Kim Dotcom is back in court trying to have documents related to his residency application released.
Complacency could be to blame for death of experienced climber who slipped on ice and fell down gully on Aoraki/Mt Cook.
PM and Warner Bros reject email purporting to show plot to bring Kim Dotcom to NZ at the behest of Hollywood bosses.
A man has died after his car struck a concrete power pole on Auckland's North Shore.
Winston Peters has launched an attack on the Green Party, accusing it of "extremist" views and dismissing its idea of co-deputy Prime Ministers as "farcical".
We look at the main players at the centre of Kim Dotcom's big reveal.
There could be as many as two dozen New Zealanders involved with ISIS, an international law expert says.
Woman sent letter about overcrowding at her property days before teen died in house fire. | Community rallies for fire victims
A driver moving his belongings to Tokoroa found himself upside down in a South Waikato paddock.
Staff at Feilding store where winning $7.2m ticket was sold say they hope it went to a local.
Tramper lay dead for almost eight weeks before private helicopter spotted his body.
Fulton Hogan unjustifiably sacked worker who claimed he inadvertently ate two hash cupcakes.
Youth worker jumped on officer's head and swore at him while he continued his attack, court told.
Hundreds of men, women and children have taken to the streets to demand an end to domestic violence.
Mele Maile's aunty will never celebrate her birthday again after her family dropped metres from a deck.
Disabled man left seriously injured after his ute rolled down a bank near Seddon has died.
Families living in cars, garages, and cockroach-infested caravans shows NZ's in the midst of a housing crisis, Hone Harawira says.
Duo allegedly lured brothers outside before knifing one to death in robbery gone wrong, court told.
Packets of cigarettes were taken in the early morning smash and grab at Paeroa Gas.
School bus caught speeding on the first day of an operation targeting speed around schools.
Dotcom reveals all tonight. Who's involved? What secrets will spill? Is David Cunliffe actually a cat?
More kids will suffer under a re-elected National government because it's "in denial".
Central Auckland residents endure the highest rate of burglaries in the country, figures suggest.
An Auckland police officer who was severely beaten while on patrol last year has returned to work.
Prime Minister accuses Kim Dotcom of trying to save his "reasonably large" butt with big reveal of intelligence secrets.
A man killed in a quad bike crash on a farm near Timaru was Simon Robert Halsey, 38.
Lodge owner ordered to pay worker more than $8000 in lost wages and compensation.
A footbridge on the Auckland waterfront has won an international design award.
The furore about what the government did or didn't spy on isn't going away today, despite Prime Minister John Key's dismissal of the claims by US journalist Glenn Greenwald this morning.
Cyclists and drivers are being urged to show respect and share the road after three collisions in a week.
Fans wish the best for injured All Black after he shows classy sportsmanship in moment of great pain.
Community pays tribute to lost miners
Crowds gathered in Huntly on Saturday to honour the 43 men who died there 100 years ago.
OPINION: The Supreme Court's first decision arising from the Canterbury quakes will have wide-ranging impact.
Mining green light sparks public protest in the Karangahake Gorge.
New Zealand has not been asked to participate in a military intervention in Iraq, PM says.
The Aranui community campus, Christchurch's first public-private partnership school, is set to open in 2017.
Blankets, clothing, food and kitchenware were donated by more than 30 people across Christchurch.
OPINION: Voting early, surrounded by ads, is a dodgy exercise, writes Jane Bowron.
Two Christchurch women with a fatal neurological disorder hope to help science.
There are claims a new speed camera has been hidden behind a tree to increase revenue.
John Key's humble beginnings
Hollyford Ave remains part of a network of poorer streets in one of Christchurch's more affluent areas.
Christchurch has been losing its sense of fun for years, says the man who came to give the city a shake-up decades ago.
High school student facing "serious consequences" after drinking rum with mates at lunch.
Jono Brownjohn is hoping his new leg will take him all the way to the Paralympics in Rio.
David Cunliffe is playing down Labour's new asset fund as a play for Wintson Peters.
National snatched Napier from 50 years of Labour in 2005. Stuart Nash wants the seat back.
The story of campaign 2014? John Key as the man alone, while David Cunliffe talks to empty street corners.
OPINION: John Key cannot afford to be blindsided over GCSB revelations, so he's leading the attack.
David Cunliffe has been confronted by an angry protester in Manukau this afternoon.