Feud over 1902 corpse ship

Some members of NZ's Chinese community are upset amateur filmmaker removed artifacts from the wreck without consulting them.

One person dead after crash

One person has died after a van and two motorcycles collided near Queenstown.

Gang members sought

Police urge the public not to approach two gang members wanted for alleged offences.

Sick toddler to stay

Girl who is so ill she couldn't get on a plane has won the battle to stay in NZ.

Rape complainant reduced to tears

Teenage rape complainant has been reduced to tears under cross examination by defence ​lawyer.

Prisoner gets psych tests

Man accused of escaping prison is assessed to see if he is fit to plead to the charges he faces.

Rudd behind the beat

Drama outside court as AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd puts on a show for the crowd, and almost takes out a truck.

Arson accomplice denied involvement

Sixth complainant tells court of rape

Labour president quits

The Labour Party is looking for a new president after Moira Coatsworth confirmed will stand down in mid-December, giving the party new leaders in and outside Parliament.

'No dirt has stuck to my office'

Reports confirm deep links between National and blogger - and implicate top former spook.

Spy watchdog queries info

Live: Spies and flags

Key misled Parliament

Prime Minister John Key says he misled Parliament earlier today about his contact with WhaleOil blogger Cameron Slater.

Decile changes at schools

How has the decile changed at your school? Find out here.

Cash for schools hit

The Government is fronting up with $8.6 million to tide over schools reeling from decile funding cuts.

Teacher agrees to stop teaching

'Nothing that can't be fixed'

Water safety stalwart honoured

Not even a wife in hospital could stop Mark de Lacy from teaching kids about water safety.

Hospital's $1000-a-week fish tank

A fish tank in Dunedin Hospital’s children’s ward has cost more than $1000 a week to run.

The fastest-growing minority

A quarter of the population lives with disabilities yet remains some of the most marginalised in society.

The right attitude

No sight, but keen ear for music

The boy who can't eat

Alexander Vane hasn't had a birthday cake, never had chocolate, and only ever had one icecream.

Living and loving life

In the deepest darkest area of King Country, Mark Fagan has discovered and farms a slice of paradise.

Fonterra plans farm investment fund

Investing in dairy farms could reduce payout risks to the dairy giant's farmers.

Growing drought insurance

Newcomers win coveted award

Westland cuts payout forecast

West Coast dairy co-op lowers its farmer payout forecast by 40c to a range of $5 to $5.40 a kilogram of milksolids.