Holly Harbour

'Out of the blue'

High seas are battering the Hawke's Bay coast, with this week's taste of summer over.

Possible measles exposure at WOW

Person with measles who attended World of WearableArt Awards may have exposed others to disease.

Woman dead in burning house

One person has died in a house fire near Waitoa, in the Waikato.

Pedestrian hit by car

A pedestrian has been taken to hospital this afternoon after being hit by a car in Silverdale, north of Auckland.

Auckland - you're being watched

New technology will soon be putting names to faces, and cars, in our biggest city.

Apology for filming up dress

Court A woman whose stockings were filmed under her dress has received an apology of sorts.

Threatened by knife

A Napier family awoke to a teenager threatening them with a knife and demanding money.

Jail for jealousy-fuelled stabbing

Drink-drive offender in dog box

Labour 'out till 2020'

beehive parliament Labour could be out of power until 2020, based on analysis of average voting patterns over nearly 100 years.

Beehive Live: Twitter tussle

As war within Labour rages on, fires appear to have been stoked by former-leader David Cunliffe's wife, Karen Price.

Moveable feast for leadership

Free trade agreement 'close'

Cunliffe: Didn't know wife tweeting

Ex-Labour leader "couldn't have known" about wife's attack Twitter account. | NZ vote analysis

Wonky course costs repaid

coins, NZ money A Bay of Plenty wananga has repaid $5.9m after a Maori tourism course was found to have fallen well short of requirements.

Finding the right school fit

Every child is different and every school has its merits, which is why three of my kids go to different schools.

Picking the right high school

Sacking 'justified'

School kitchen idea kickstarted

Park Estate School is in need of a new kitchen and a breakfast programme founder is determined to get them one.

Breast cancer battle scars

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

Restoring pride after a fall

For older people, falling in the home can be emotionally and physically scarring.

Connor's 'best shot at life'

Ambulance wait under investigation

Students raise $100k for cancer

60 secondary school students have run 120 kilometres each over five days to raise $100,000 for CanTeen.

Dirty dairying ruled

Phillip Woolley Farmer Phillip Woolley faces up to two years' jail after being found guilty of dirty dairying.

Not satisfied with record

Westland Milk not satisfied with payout to farmers despite a record total group revenue for 2013-2014.

Fonterra in uphill battle

Kiwis seek gas remedies

Land sale approved

The OIO has retrospectively approved the sale of 35 hectares of land near Timaru to US investors.