Loving scoundrel, or drunken lout, just who was Terry Baker?
Cantabrians hoping for a bit of sunshine after a wet weekend are out of luck.
One person has been cut out of a car and taken to Christchurch Hospital after the vehicle crashed into a tree.
Two years ago Gerard Smyth documented the devastation wrought by nature in Christchurch. Now he's back and looking towards our city's future.
Christchurch start-up BIMstop scooped the award for best start-up company at the 2013 NZ Hi-Tech Awards.
Several Nelson teachers are among a group of technology-savvy Kiwi teachers who are now Google-certified.
The Government says the Christchurch City Council is not consenting new houses fast enough.
Mother's Day was last weekend, so please excuse the untimely manner of this column, like my poor mother has to do every single year when the Mother's Day card arrives late.
Secrecy surrounds the imminent sale of Cardrona skifield near Wanaka, amid rumours that Queenstown rival NZSki is among those kicking the tyres.
Quake-affected Cantabrians are getting off their couches and back into sport.
Ok Palmy, let's just get it over with. Let's forget about Lord Palmerston, the man who gave you that great name and let's move on. To Manawatu City.
North Korea fires three short- range guided missiles, shattering a period of tentative diplomacy.
We're increasingly reliant on phones and tablets - and thieves and cyber crims know it.
This modernist home looks as good and works as well as when it was built 20 years ago, writes Ady Shannon.
Sam Neill discusses grapes, great acting and facial hair.
Almost by accident, Dave East coins a handy phrase to describe the economic challenges facing New Brighton: "Stadiums needs bums in seats. We need feet in the streets."
David Meates started off fancying the life of a farmer but has ended up corralling the Canterbury District Health Board.
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