Man makes it to hospital alive after campervan catches fire, but succumbs to injuries 11 days later.
Wife of prop Charlie Faumuina tells court attackers threatened to "punch her baby out of her stomach".
New Zealand is caught up in a "worldwide glut" of methamphetamine.
A police dog tracked them to a house where a man struck an officer and kicked the canine.
A Christchurch woman who struggled with a burglar for five minutes thought she was going to die.
Bereaved grandmother welcomes Pharmac funding boost, but says it may be too late for some.
Police are investigating how 58-year-old Ian Walter White died in his Fenton Park home.
More water fountains could prevent 2-year-olds needing teeth pulled out, say advocates.
Dad breaks down as he tells of the time his 5-year-old son briefly "died".
Auckland's Tamaki Drive is now fully open to motorists after being closed by a rockfall just before rush-hour.
Ensuring Maori have a voice in local government is real democracy, council told.
Would smooch your own pooch if push came to shove?
Man charged with causing the death of Justine Andersen last year.
Education issues get a little more personal for the Labour MP.
Longstanding All Saints Church vicar has left his position after a new leadership direction was sought.
A victim of social worker Edward Anand, who raped vulnerable girls, hopes he "rots" in jail.
Why was there a meat cleaver in murder-accused Anthony Ballantyne's kitchen sink?
The Prime Minister dodged admitting that the watchdog wasn't up to scratch.
NZ First leader Winston Peters says young people must have more of a say in politics.
Gallons of water extracted by bottlers and sold for massive profits have prompted calls for fairer payment structures.
PM's personal lawyer helped bankrupt developer to take part in failed Auckland project under investigation by Serious Fraud Office.
A simple upgrade to senior uniforms is all it took to create a surge in an Auckland school's attendance.
Some Southland schools are using technology to make sure students stay safe online, while others are relying on parents.
The co-founder of outdoor clothing firm Macpac, Bruce McIntyre, will build a new $2.5 million school at Halswell.
New Zealand's top scholar is planning on getting stuck into solving the problem of climate change.
All three Blenheim Countdown stores are now banned from selling alcohol.
Being a new dad prompts a basketball star to front a fundraising campaign.
DHB plans to sell close to 6 hectares of mostly vacant land at Wairau Hospital in Blenheim.
Breast cancer survivor and mum of four Tomai Hira isn't afraid to show the world her scars.
Girls in low-decile schools lack the role models to inspire them to success, says the award-winning business leader.
Businesswoman Joan Withers is named the supreme winner at this year's Women of Influence awards.
Sarah Lin wanted freedom and flexibility when she started her 3D printing company.
The finalists for the 2015 Women of Influence Awards in the Board and Management category.
For the first time in 74 years, Harold Pearpoint will be sleeping in on the first day of the duck shooting season.
Plans to reform Fonterra's governance structure to be put to a vote.
Business models will have to change as farmers adopt new technology.
"This is the first time I've seen fish feed come out of the gut."