Live: 7.8 New Zealand earthquake
Politician says poachers are using crayfish to fund the P trade. No evidence, say authorities.
"We just want to make sure that bubba's OK," distraught family says.
Two former ACG Strathallan students visited the college to inspire students looking to work in agribusiness.
Te Atatu electorate battle heats up as Alfred Ngaro eyes win.
Two people escaped after a helicopter crashed onto a farm in the Horowhenua.
A chicken-killing jack russell has had her "menacing" status confirmed.
Wellington rental WoF gets councillors' tick - but will it make a difference?
Pair face supply charges after Napier police find synthetic cannabis.
OPINION: National leader Bill English relishes some intensive political questioning on the Canterbury hustings.
A house in Riccarton, Christchurch, has been fully gutted by flames.
Work starts on complex that will include offices, shops, restaurants and a five-star hotel.
MP lets slip planned reopening day for the quake-hit State Highway 1 north of Kaikoura.
Rescuers prevented second life being lost by diving into freezing, turbulent Waikato River after ute plunged and sunk.
If you are attending Sir Colin Meads' funeral on Monday, plan to arrive early.
Some donors have already come forward to chip in for Waikato's new theatre
Speed limits on Waikato expressway will be raised to 110kmh by the end of the year, Government says.
Taranaki team bolstered for trip to the capital.
After a public tip-off, an animal welfare inspector helped to free two dogs who were kept as prisoners in a house.
An alcohol fuelled argument over the state of a couple's finances boiled over into violence.
Vivian King also enjoyed rose gardening and catching up with friends at the local RSA.
An instructor and a trainee pilot were able to walk away from crash near Levin.
Horowhenua's mayor's publicly releases self-funded reports on council building.
Another drugs bust in Palmerston North sees a man arrested for making P.
Wairarapa candidates say more education funding needed. National MP not so sure.
A Nelson lawyer expects council's controversial bylaw to be challenged in the courts.
Lazy owners not picking up dog poo isn't just an eyesore, it's affecting Nelson's waterways.
Can "adventure therapy", immersive courses in the great outdoors, help troubled youth?
Election hopeful answer questions from Nelson's volunteer and community sector.
He pried open the parking meters with a screwdriver, returning several times at night as they filled up again.
Road trip to Kaikoura: December 15. Mark it in your calendar. Maybe in pencil for now.
The crash killed one but affected many, and some of those affected want to speak at the driver's sentencing.
It's like any commercial investment really, except you get to say you own a vineyard.
The Kiwa is en route to Timaru.
Timaru District's growth outstrips Canterbury average.
District councils miss out on a large portion of roading funds, Mackenzie District Mayor Graham Smith says.
A cafe staple will be used to kill a rampant pest.
Alpine adaptive ski racer Patrick Halgren is training to get into the Paralympics in memory of his twin brother.
Reports a woman was sexually violated by a stranger in her Queenstown home were unfounded, police say.
Overseas scammers who tried to dupe an elderly Alexandra man out of his savings underestimated the power of the community.
Of One Direction's 40 million fans, only one has written a thesis on them. Meet Dunedin's Millie Lovelock.
Today is the day to embrace being a Southlander, put your purple shirt on and get behind the Ronald McDonald House and the Southland Stags.
Can Rugby Park's Stags faithful provide the kick-start they need for their 2017 campaign?
Video of Central Otago schoolgirl being punched and taunted for looking like a boy posted online.
When police dog handler Constable Adam Thomas saw his dog Zero being crushed by a car, he though he was watching his best mate die.