Two new emergency homes give a lifeline to Nelson families in dire need.
SATIRE: Roll up to watch El Bill and his beautiful assistant Nick magically transform this glass of one hundred per cent pure New Zealand water.
OPINION: Author Nicky Hager and journalist Jon Stephenson had provided some inconvenient facts.
OPINION: We don't know precisely what inspired this rampage, but we do know how to respond.
OPINION: With a general election looming, Hager's allegations draw even bigger question marks than three years ago.
EXPLAINER: First the civilian deaths, now claims of torture and war crimes overshadow NZ's conduct in Afghanistan.
Relatives of killed soldier Tim O'Donnell say they're upset by allegations in Hager's book.
Labour and the Greens agree on tight Budget rules, but unions call for move spending.
Hekia Parata wades into an argument with education union, saying they are wrong about funding.
ACT leader David Seymour tries bridging the generation gap.
The Labour leader is off to court after an apology and offer of a financial contribution were rejected.
New diplomatic posts in Ireland and Sri Lanka part of a $91m investment to expand NZ trade.
National has chosen a candidate less than half the age of the outgoing Pakuranga MP.
The struggling mail carrier promotes its finance director to chief executive.
Prime Minister Bill English is backing Defence Force claims that civilians weren't killed in an SAS raid.
Afghan villagers have engaged a human rights lawyer over an SAS raid they believe killed six in their community.
Who's up and who's down from the week in politics?
Ala' Al-Bustanji is taking on Louise Upston in Taupo this election.
OPINION: NZ faces unique challenges, but that is no excuse for ignoring the problem.
OPINION: A 'decriminalisation' of abortion law would send a highly discriminatory message towards the community of people with disabilities.
OPINION: Denial of the humanity and right to life of the unborn is a threat to the right to life of every citizen.
Nominations will open next week for candidates wanting to fill the Dunstan Constituency vacancy on the ORC created by the recent passing of Dr Maggie Lawton.
Otago regional councillors have put a halt to the development of a new water plan for the region.
"There isn't any substantiated evidence that [civilians died]," the Prime Minister said.
OPINION: Wellingtonians need to start thinking now about the issues that matter to them and the city.
National and the Maori Party resolve differences over reforms, despite last-minute alternative offer.
A trans-Tasman tug of war between tax authorities, rather than tax avoidance, may be behind Apple's zero-dollar NZ tax bill.
The trail of a new housing model designed to end homelessness in Auckland has been officially launched.
OPINION: John Key's final speech to Parliament was neither profound nor particularly memorable.
Just over 3600 square km of land, up to the edge of Lake Te Anau, opens for oil and gas exploration.