Passing motorists tried to free a pair trapped in a car that rolled in Central Otago.
Labour leader Andrew Little has been given a boost, with strong personal ratings and a surge in his party's support.
A celebrant who officiated at the funeral of a Taranaki shooting victim is now herself dead.
The principal of a Government charter school is under a Teachers Council investigation.
When you trample on my brother's mana, says Hirata Harris, you trample on the whole whanau.
5:00 AM Misbehaving police officers more likely to receive counselling than be dismissed, figures show.
5:00 AM Elderly couple is devastated after their Caulfield cup worth about $50,000 was swiped from their home.
When is an asset sale not an asset sale? Does a politician ever really step down for family reasons? Who's going to be the Greens' new no-leader anyway?
The Government's controversial charter school experiment faces more strife.
5:00 AM Pupils at the new Te Waka Unua School will be taught in the hall for the next two years while classrooms are built to accommodate its expanding roll.
OPINION: Imagine the sudden dissolution of all sports stadiums, fitness centres and recreational facilities in New Zealand, rationalised by the argument that if kids want to learn about sport they can watch it on TV.
5:00 AM After six years and multiple reconstructive surgeries, Zelda Bruce wants to pay back her rescuers.
Fast food giant McDonald's might be the healthier option when it comes to straight comparisons with other burger restaurants, but child obesity figures are enough to wipe the smile off Ronald's face.
A Waikato dairying couple are about to welcome six robots to the family.
Another 3000 hectares of Canterbury dairying land has been approved for foreign ownership or control.