Kiwis in Australia protest

Kiwis urged to fight for rights

Brave New Zealanders are needed to take test cases over Australia's anti-Kiwi attitude.

Drone kills NZ terrorist

Al Qaeda-linked Kiwi killed in Yemen was being watched by intelligence agencies, PM says.

PM rejects 'fat tax'

PM unconvinced by "fat tax" on sugary drinks, saying Coke price would have to rise "a lot" before it would affect sales.

Ticket takers attacked

Fifteen staff have been assaulted on Auckland's rail network this year.

'I knew I had killed him' - officer

Shooting an armed teenager was "the worst feeling I have ever had", a police officer says.

Burglars abseil into outlet mall

Bedsheets for burglary Brazen burglars smashed holes in a roof and tied sheets together to abseil into a mall and steal perfume.

Neighbour punched to death

Man who punched neighbour to death and "started to enjoy it" jailed for at least 17 years.

Starved dog found under mattress

Killer on parole during rampage

Dotcom threatened PM, MP says

mark mitchell Kim Dotcom made "direct threats" toward John Key, National MP Mark Mitchell told Parliament today.

Collins allegations 'false'

Justice minister responds angrily to allegations after being called the "minister of corruption".

Live chat: Synthetic cannabis

NZ urged to act quickly on tobacco bill

Critics slam Labour truck proposal

Labour's plan to ban trucks from fast lanes and make it cheaper to own some vehicles gets mixed reaction.

Royal tour: a capital sendoff

Royals depart NZ William, Kate and baby Prince George have arrived in Australia, after wrapping up their NZ tour in a wet Wellington.

Royal of the day: The other Will

Devilishly handsome, a real charmer and gone too soon. The life of the other William.

What Kate's wearing

Need royals like fish need bikes

A moment for the mums

When a little princess had a moment with a real princess, it was her mother who was overwhelmed.

Marc Ellis makes a leap

marc ellis Former student Marc Ellis has returned to Wellesley College to celebrate its centenary.

Classes preserve Hindi

A push to teach Hindi in schools is designed to keep the language and culture alive among the descendants of migrants.

Kept in dark on NCEA errors

Key swipes at press ban

Umaga encourages kids to set goals

Counties Manukau coach Tana Umaga has been visiting Auckland schools, inspiring a new generation of rugby players.

Breast cancer battle scars

Emerald Reid Help raise awareness of the impact breast cancer has on Kiwi lives by sharing your story.

Legal highs a factor in son's death

Sometimes Kate Bayliss thinks she failed her son, but also says she tried her hardest to save him.

Legal high 'timebomb'

Milan given a shot

Star move sparks cancer catch

Lucky save for woman after star Angelina Jolie's double mastectomy prompted her to get checked.

Gangs arrive but no police

Seddon Residents of small town with no cop worry as gang members arrive for vineyard work.

T&G buys Apollo Apples for $36m

Horticulture marketer and distributor buys Hawke's Bay apple producer to feed growing export markets.

Cheaper milk on the way

Clinton lambs rate well

Rain frustrates wine industry

Rain continues to cause stress for Marlborough's wine industry, but it's not only growers and wineries feeling the pain.

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