Thunderstorms bring lightning and rain to Auckland and Northland.
Police offer reward for information leading to the location of Tuitania Barclay, missing since 2002.
New Zealand Rugby League players held kiwi chicks at Auckland Zoo.
Amy Ross, 7, has cystic fibrosis and she is walking with her family at the kids' marathon in Auckland next month.
Parkour specialist Matt Quinlan was filmed ploughing face-first into a shipping container during a stunt which has gone viral.
The 4kmh speeding tolerance returns for the long weekend, as police increase their presence on the roads.
The 2014 Australasian Real Estate Championship gets under way at the Viaduct Events Centre.
Detective Inspector Bruce Scott discusses the incident that occurred in West Auckland which resulted in a man being killed.
Labour’s Trevor Mallard has been elected to the role of Assistant Speaker, a role which will see him referee the debates he has so often been kicked out of.
Police have locked legal horns with Wellington City Council, accusing it of pandering to the liquor industry.
Prime Minister John Key talks about housing options.
Counties Manukau police are investigating the death of a 41-year-old man who died during a hit-and-run at Gooch Place, Sommerville.
Lezette Reid has helped restore birdlife to Okura bush, which is under threat.
Graham Cheesman's private bush is under threat from another roading project.
Dianne James is worried that her local bush will be demolished for more housing.