Big rise in drivers on phones

Driver with beer in one hand and phone in the other is among thousands caught.

Drone over Fox Glacier crash site

Four search and rescue (SAR) staff will spend the night on Fox Glacier because of bad weather.

Man dead in Auckland accident

Death of 54 year old man in Mangere is being investigated by Worksafe NZ.

Marlborough residents flee homes

Don Sutton just watched his retirement go up in flames.

Aussie Labor MPs back Kiwi expats

2:32am Australian Labor MPs are keen to improve the rights of Kiwis living and working across the ditch.

'Bomb' cordon lifted

Bomb disposal robot called in to explode suspicious package in Lambton Quay.

Kids' gifts cheer burglary victim

A 92-year-old's home was burgled by teens pretending to be looking for work.

No 'eureka moment' on deportation

Rural thieves caught on CCTV

Colleges' wait could be over

Excitement builds ahead of Friday's mystery assembly.

Principals urge parents to have their say

Auckland principals are urging parents to have their say on what changes should be made to the education system. 

More kids bunking off

Pair farewell teaching after decades

School closure confirmed

Staff and students at Turakina Maori Girls' College are "devastated" by news of closure.

Capital considers butt-free zones

City council can't outlaw smoking, but it can put a ban on cigarette butts.

Stuck in a rest home

At 230kg, Blenheim man Kevin Williams needs a mobility scooter and there are no suitable state homes.

Fonterra workers contract disease

Epilepsy leads to artistic expression

Coroner recommendations not enforced

Workers exposed to legionella bacteria highlight the need for recommendations on cooling towers to be enforced.

Earth to watchdogs: We have a problem

OPINION:Time for a crack down on officials involved in preparing and censoring information

'If you don't like it, go home'

Labour leader is confident of changes to Australian rules for expat Kiwis.

Protest hailed as success

Trying again on child abuse

Core state bureaucrats cut by 474

A big reduction in government administration staff is highlighted after Treasury blow out.

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