Recap: Wild weather wallops Wellington
All voting booths on Auckland's North Shore favoured the National Party in the last 2014 election.
Move over, Andrew Little: there's a new hoarding in town.
Three of the six teams in the semi-final's of TV's Maggi Pop-Up Kitchen Showdown are from East Auckland intermediate schools.
Two people believed to have donned masks and bashed teens hand themselves in to police.
David Lim was treating a dislocated finger when the patient realised something was wrong.
A new slip has closed Ngaio Gorge Rd in Wellington, just a few days after it reopened.
Vice-chancellor to challenge court ruling on Wellington's "architectural faux pas".
Woman charged with kidnapping and threatening to kill after Lower Hutt hostage situation.
OPINION: Attention for most extremists is like oxygen. Let's starve them of it.
Doug Roake is locked up, but investigators are still looking for the $115,000 he stole.
First it was to be an art bridge, then it was just a bridge, now it could be scrapped.
The Crown has dropped a murder charge against Dunedin painter Jason Blackler.
A man poured petrol on his former partner and set her alight while she was holding their baby.
Shane Christopher Neil's appearance brings the saga of baby Isaiah, who died in a hot car, to its conclusion.
Two men dead. A town in shock. What happened to Raymond and James Fleet?
Councillor calls on mayor to clamp down on boys' club atmosphere.
Taranaki rugby coach Colin Cooper has wasted no time in putting out his best available line-up.
A night out drinking left a victim with a bloody nose, after a drive-thru lane assault.
He forked out $3400 to buy a new bike for a cyclist he knocked over and now he's paying for driving lessons to make amends.
REVIEW: Hudson & Halls Live! has all the flamboyance, volatile bickering and chaotic cooking of the original 1980s TV show.
Clever kids have been hard at work with wacky and wonderful science and technology projects.
Elected DHB board members must now let the board's chairwoman know before speaking to the media.
A truck jack-knifed in Horowhenua, blocking part of the road, but the scene's now clear.
Carly Thomas reverts to ranting in this week's offering on country living.
A man has been taken to hospital after a crash on Trafalgar St.
Major construction boom means builders are having to turn away work.
Olympic rowing star named alongside Nelson cyclist in NZ cycling world champ team.
Memories of Monaco are on display thanks to the City of Nelson Civic Trust.
Tight turn sends truckies around the bend on multimillion-dollar roundabout.
Seasonal workers run back into their burning home to retrieve passports and luggage.
After blackmailing a man with false rape claims, woman appeals her prison sentence.
The worker was operating a log hauler when it came off the road in Wairau Valley.
E-loo-sive public toilet found - 100 metres from where it was supposed to be.
Timaru election candidate says ECan must spend clean air fund cash.
Ashburton man on trial in Timaru for rape has charge against him dismissed.
Not many people are officially homeless Timaru but some families have nowhere to call their own.
The velvetleaf-detecting dog, Rusty, is making waves again, this time winning an award for his sniffing skills.
"I will respond about arrangements for a meeting shortly." Minister Amy Adams.
Youth services provider Number 10 and the Invercargill Secondary Schools Network Trust do not want to relocate.
New National candidate Hamish Walker takes on big electorate challenge.