Otatara robbery

Hunt for man continues

Armed offenders squad is stood down in Invercargill, but police still hunting for gunman.

South Is net cut still

5:35pm More than a thousand customers without broadband access tonight after digger cuts fibre-optic cable.

Police raid Head Hunters home

Armed police cordoned off a Christchurch road while they raided the home of a senior gang member.

Shrek's still the star

Shrek the star sheep might be stuffed, but he's still got attitude.

'Please come home safe, Adam'

The family of an Auckland artist last seen early Monday are desperately trying to bring him home.

Police identify car-jumpers

Kid on car Northland police identify two "little darlings" caught on camera jumping on the bonnets of five cars.

Youth comes forward

A young man sought following a series of fires in Rolleston has come forward to police.

Killer's cancer fight

Jealous dad's rampage

Homosexual convictions wiped?

Justice People convicted of homosexuality before it was made legal in 1986 may have criminal records wiped.

Cunliffe loyalists back Little

Labour leadership contender Andrew Little appears to gain support from ex-leader David Cunliffe's loyalists.

Red ink still spills at Solid Energy

Beehive Live: PM marks WWI

PM OK with conviction

John Key says he is not concerned that the police minister has a past drink-driving conviction.

Kapa haka confidence

Kapa haka They only had six weeks' practice before their big performance but Limehills School took to the stage with confidence at one of Southland's biggest kapa haka events.

ERO confirms school woes

An Education Review Office (ERO) review into Waitaki Boys' High School has backed up independent reports that identified management and governance issues.

Student fraud rises

Pupils suspended for hazing

Band challenge looms for kids

Students at an Auckland school have been looming at a furious pace as they try to set a NZ record for the longest band.

NZ prepared for Ebola

Kiwis specialists say New Zealand has learnt from international mistakes, and is more prepared than ever for Ebola.

Nurse's registration cancelled

Mental health nurse censured for inappropriate relationship with patient who had attempted suicide.

Running to pay back life savers

Mistakes admitted by health board

Was blind but now I see

You may knock on wood for luck, but it was a knock to the head that had miraculous results.

Egg farm plan protest

Karen Zimmerman and Darina Cincurova Giant chickens have taken to the streets of Whangarei, to protest what would be the country's biggest egg factory farm.

Westland plans shop-ready milk

Westland Milk Products says a $40 million investment at a Rolleston manufacturing centre will allow it to produce "retail-ready milk".

Conservationist farmer wins scholarship

Farmer's last chance

Nutrition experts defend milk

Milk lovers and dairy farmers can relax - milk does more good than harm, nutrition experts say.