8:25 PM An elderly man was burgled in the week before he was allegedly murdered.
A woman in serious condition after being stabbed, and man charged with attempted murder.
A Hamilton walkway has been cordoned off by police after an alleged sexual assault overnight.
An seven-hour boat saga for three men caught in a storm at sea off Palliser Bay.
Teenager in stable condition after Napier stabbing, police appeal for information.
0 min ago Auckland's Myers Park was in lockdown on Sunday after what is believed to be a fatal shooting.
8:49 PM A student left his laptop on a park bench in Sydney. A week later it turned up in Rangiora.
It's "political fantasy" to believe NZ will be dumped from TPP negotiations, says trade minister.
Teen says she was "upset and embarrassed" when John Key dismissed her idea for Maori language month as boring.
OPINION: Justice may be blind, but justice is not well-served by blindfolding our jurors as well.
The internet is still not going to give you a haircut.
A jury that acquitted a teacher of indecent acts wasn't told about photographs of a young girl found on his school computer and a pair of girl's underpants in his classroom cupboard.
9:02 PM One Waikato District Health Board worker has been sacked and a "number" of others suspended for not complying with the board's flu jab policy.
A patient is angry over the advice and medication she was given by a doctor accused of fraud.
Time editor Nancy Gibbs believes technology is the biggest story in this "golden age of journalism".
Some of our Women of Influence alumni discuss their views on what it means to be successful.
Hawke's Bay premium food producers protest "back door" move to strip regions of the power to stay free of genetically modified organisms.
Ken Shaw isn't looking for a career in governance, but he makes an ideal chairman for the Waipaoa Farm Cadet Trust.