Former MPs and their spouses rack up $700k travel bill - who were the biggest spenders?
Taking on a full or half marathon will be challenging for a group of primary school teachers and pupils, but nothing compared to what their colleague is going through.
Fears of life-threatening injuries ease as he is flown to hospital after Carterton accident.
You know all those stories about Australia's terrifying spiders? Turns out NZ has thousands of the creeps too.
He bought $15,000 worth of construction tools under the names of three former employers.
Being relaxed, fewer roundabouts, and more surfing are in broadcaster's vision as next PM.
People are turning to commuting to escape Queenstown's housing and traffic issues.
A vehicle has smashed through front doors of a Christchurch Kathmandu.
John Key finally arrives in India, with progressing a free trade deal the top priority.
Early morning twister lifts roofs, wrecks garage doors and smashes windows.
It's going to be a damp and cool start to the day for most of the South Island.
Work is underway to clear the remains of AH Franks Tyres in Hamilton after a suspicious blaze ripped through the tyre shop.
The 31-year-old who is 38 weeks pregnant has been found safe and well.
He was stood down having two affairs 25 years ago. Now, he's back behind the pulpit.
Police have named the motorcyclist killed in a crash near Wallacetown on Monday.
He was branded a racist by some but Mike Hosking did not break any rules, BSA says.
After rushing to skip the airport security, Gerry Brownlee bought gum and a soft drink before boarding.
E-cigarettes could stave off cravings, research says - but should they be encouraged?
Tribal Huk leader Jamie Pink has described the moment he was shot at during a showdown with drug dealers.
Bail denied for man charged in connection with heist of South Taranaki shop.
She told her teacher her dad was a mean man. That one note has now ended years of abuse on her and her siblings.
Safety inspectors are visiting trampoline parks after a spike in related injuries.
Doing business in India can be a slow grind - much like John Key's attempts to get there.
Longstanding Porirua childcare centre set to close after ownership wrangle.
Police claim he twice sexually violated and twice indecently assaulted the same young girl in one day.
He had Hepatitis B. She only found out when they broke up.
Charges will not be laid against a community mental health service after one of their patients slipped and fell to his death.
America's Steve Irwin uses Kiwi invention to dice with death. Will it end in crocodile tears?
Better known for its ageing population, mayor says new stats aren't "the sort of publicity we need".
OPINION: Getting to India has proven more difficult than John Key probably thought it would be.
Man who stole $1800 of parcels said he used meth to stay awake during night shifts.
Government scheme for homeless and those in state houses could be expanded, Paula Bennett says.
First it was doctors, now ambulance staff may strike amid claims they are overworked.
Joseph Parker world title bout "probably on the border" for government funding, Steven Joyce says.
Harley Smith has helped birth a few calves but never thought he'd have to play midwife for his own son.
A man whose son was kidnapped over his drug debts has started afresh, a court has heard.
Valuable keepsakes were taken in devastating break-in - by a friend she'd known for years.
Sarah Mazey is looking for strangers who went "above and beyond" after her tramping accident.
Infant girls were lucky to escape retardation, blindness or death.
Victoria University students are fighting a proposal to reduce staff numbers in the School of Languages and Cultures.
How does Prime Minister John Key get around the world, and how did his plane break down?
Admit it, you're already thinking about how you're going to win big on Wednesday. So what does $27m buy?
Dustin La Mont is accused of murder after becoming enraged by repeated noisy parties next door, but he claims it was self defence.
Three adults and two youths allegedly beat a 57-year-old to death.
A second vehicle might have been driving with the car at the centre of a fatal crash near Pokeno.
Can gangs - or anyone else - really solve New Zealand's meth problem?
One person had to be cut free, another suffered head injuries.
Police say the boy stole lollies from an Invercargill dairy before he ran into the side of a moving vehicle.
What do doctors actually want?
A Transport Taskforce report outlines solutions but how long will it take and at a cost to who?