3:58 PM The Akaroa crash was the second crash resulting in seriously injured tourists for Travlon Coachlines.
7 min ago For over 30 years, the Rolls-Royce travelled around the world with Alastair Caldwell and his mum, Dorothy Caldwell.
4:02 PM Link suggested between growing P trade and gang violence, in wake of mass shooting.
2:58 PM Man appears in court charged with the murder of Tribesmen member Kimble Moore.
Emails reveal the police didn't answer enquiries about controversial euthanasia checkpoints to prevent further questions.
Sex attacker's bike and backpack found by police.
A woman found her two cats dead in the same spot with the same injuries one month apart.
One Nelson student's daily journey to school is a little bit different to the usual bus, bike or car trip.
After years of declining New Zealand sea lion pup births on the subantarctic Auckland Islands, the Department of Conservation is celebrating a 14 per cent increase this year.
Girl wanted money for sex with older man, then stole his wallet when she did not get it, court told.
He dipped into the social club fund 50 times and used a cheque to buy booze. Problem was, it wasn't for the social club.
A Dunedin man could only watch as a scam artist stole $9000 from his bank account.
“I have no doubt it was a dog” - freshly skinned animal flesh found on Auckland beach being investigated by police.
A bank teller stole more than $4000, including $320 she stuffed down her blouse.
Introduced to the Auckland Islands as food, pigs that now devour penguins may soon be killed.
4:16 PM Firefighters have responded to another blaze in Nelson, close to the scene of a suspicious fire yesterday.
4:04 PM Lawyer sentenced to home detention and community service after ripping off clients to the tune of $230,000.
The top three levels of a sunken Soviet ship were sliced off by the Kaikoura quake.
One hundred days after the Kaikoura quake, about 200 people are unable to return to their Wellington homes.
Kaikoura business owners say they need it, but Government's tight-lipped about the future of its payment for quake-hit firms.
Over 1300 businesses applied for a quake subsidy to pay staff, but at least one worker is yet to see any of it.
The Government wants 90 per cent of New Zealand's lakes and rivers to be swimmable by 2040.
Nikki Kaye's main competition for the Auckland Central seat has been named.
Peter Dunne says overhauled fire organisation should become our "premier emergency management service".
But new measures to stop employers exploiting migrant workers don't go far enough, unions say.
South Island's first French-English bilingual school programme opens.
As New Zealand's film industry grows, a few south Auckland students are aiming to contribute to it by getting smart with animation and design.
"It gets quite loose."
After sailing for about eight days, 46 youth leaders from Ukraine, Egypt, Kenya and Costa Rica among 10 other countries docked at Ferguson Intermediate School in Otara.
A mental health practitioner, who died while on his way to work at Christchurch Hospital, has left a lasting legacy.
Clever and curious teens are twice as likely to drink and smoke cannabis, English study finds.
A headache clinic, which successfully treats 94 per cent of patients, is expanding to the North Island.
Hastings council says 'no' to $100k fund for people with health problems linked to gastro outbreak.
Founder of Organic Initiative Helen Robinson took out the supreme Women of Influence title.
The fourth annual Women of Influence awards kick off at SkyCity.
The theme of the morning was turning ideas into action.
How much do you know about the history of women in this country?
Fonterra has kept its forecast payout to farmers at $6 per kilogram of milk solids.
The post-quake scramble to repair tanks in time for harvest seems to have paid off.
Tim Wilson loves holistic farming - and it's helping keep his wallet full, too.
There's been no sign of them yet but recreational fishing parks will still happen, Government says.