The new face of the Labour Party leadership is small, furry and named Stuart.
She'd been driving around with her husband on ice for days. But she didn't break any laws, US police say.
Larry is a huge, extremely old lobster. But he won't be spending the rest of his days as someone's dinner.
KFC Double Down burger the size of a child's toy car leaves woman with bad taste in her mouth.
Two Canadian teens playing Pokemon Go accidentally cross border into US.
Ironically, the thief of a security camera was caught on a security camera.
Kapiti council spends ratepayer cash to protect beach from its own storm-prevention work.
Beehive owners stung by theft of one million bees in Northland, with a warning such thefts are on the up.
Draydon Sinclair picked up the Holden Commodore ute for an absolute steal.
Oz police seize snake from man after he shows it off to fellow passengers on the train.
On a busy day hundreds, if not thousands of people are catching Pokemon at Mission Bay with some interesting side effects.
While Wellington mulls cat controls, a Kapiti subdivision has enforced a full-on ban to protect nature.
More racy postcards have been found and this time they suggest the whole of New Plymouth is a hot spot for romance.
Century-old postcards have revealed a Kiwi park's international reputation as an "after dark" romantic spot.
Irate defendant forcibly removed from court after tossing egg and cheese sandwich at lawyer.
Benny the mystery philanthropist hides US$100 bills and has given away more than US$55,000.
Spelling not strong suit in street sign screw-up.
Feathered contestants strutted their stuff at the Poultry, Pigeon, Game and Duck show.
MMA fighter Michael "Venom" Page rolls pokeball at his knocked out opponent.
Grim sale of hundreds of skulls prompts auction site to ban trade of all human remains.
Man uses human brain, which he names Freddy, for a bizarre reason.
Author David Icke thinks the moon is a hollow space station and the Queen is a giant reptile. And he's not afraid to say it.
"Insert Words", said an artwork at a German museum. A 91-year-old woman took it literally.
Did you notice the plywood people popping up along Transmission Gully motorway worksite?
Colourful benches to become pick-up points for Marlborough car share initiative.
Manurewa's Wayne Anderson believes he may own New Zealand's largest vinyl record collection.
Sighting of single bird may herald the species return after a long absence.
Your gut waste contains millions of bacteria, fungi and methane, according to the experts.
Cats and dogs are welcome in a newly refurbished Christchurch hotel, but a certain kind of dog is banned.
How do you give an alligator CPR? Very, very carefully.