Last night, New Zealand reclaimed the iconic peak they last conquered in World War I.
Three deaths as nation remembers its fallen.
Fires broke out in two Housing New Zealand houses in the Nelson region within hours of each other.
Anzac day is not meant to be a purely sombre affair according to a group of former navy officers.
A man has died after a small dinghy capsized near an Auckland boat ramp.
Chris Foot cared more about the kids than he did about the shotgun.
War medal thieves behind NZ's most notorious heist contemplated a wishlist of national treasures before dreaming up final plot.
PM John Key will become the first-ever New Zealand Prime Minister to officially visit Saudi Arabia.
Wellington to support Auckland in a bid to change the Government's mind on motorway tolls.
Five high-school students are looking to bring back an unusual World Cup gold medal.
A "wonderful" book for teenagers is going to waste due to censorship, a former teacher says.
New technology could use DNA to determine everything down to the colour of a suspect's hair.
A terminally ill Wellington lawyer taking a test case on assisted dying, will have to deal with interest groups having a say in her case on a limited basis.
New Zealand's fruit and vegetable production has exceeded $7 billion for the first time, with exports now valued at $3.9bn.
Frustrated Aussie farmer borrows coal mining technology to come up with a weed seed destructor.