2:58 PM Cadbury chocolate factory evacuated, central Dunedin streets closed, after chemical spill.
17 min ago More gales tipped to follow weekend's damaging gales, which fanned flames and caused power blackouts.
3:03 PM Families of two men who died kayaking Lake Tekapo frustrated by delays getting their bodies home.
An announcement on the biggest free trade deal in a generation has been postponed indefinitely.
Found some distance from her car, a woman initially claimed not be be the driver.
2:53 PM No evidence Kiwis held in Australian detention centres face "appalling treatment", Bill English says.
Government ministry writes off a staggering increase in complaints by Work and Income clients.
Less than 25 per cent of Kiwi IT workers are women and Waikato University hopes to improve that.
OPINION: Has the Education Minister sidelined her ministry over plans for a new school funding model?
2:46 PM Glen Valentine is one of few men working in the midwifery business.
"Unprecedented" disquiet at Ministry of Health as staff forced to swear they weren't source of leak.
The finalists for the Women of Influence awards for 2015 have been announced.
Young corporate lawyer Althea Carbon is passionate about using digital innovation to help charities.
2:04 PM The Department of Conservation has agreed to a land swap that would allow the controversial Ruataniwha dam to proceed.
A South Canterbury rodeo contractor breeds bulls for bull riding.