Thunderstorms set to strike

The skies may be booming when you wake up tomorrow morning.

A family's tears and forgiveness

He ran over their brother, but they don't want to see him suffer any more.

One male critical in serious crash

Roads closed between Thorpe and Maroa Rds near Taupo and diversions are in place.

Man dead after crash

The single-vehicle car crash happened near Christchurch on Friday night.

TPPA, housing and poverty protest for John Key

Prime Minister John Key will be met by some serious messages when he visits Palmerston North.

Community work for crash causing death

A woman whose partner died when she crashed a car has been sentenced to community work.

Tinder accused guilty of rape

He lied to his date, he lied to police, and jury decides his story was unbelievable.

Communications in kidnap case produced

Fake identity charges in court

Student life just as stressful

The Budget's boost to tertiary spending may not help stressed-out students.

14 new capital classrooms

Government announces building boost to account for growth in Wellington schools.

Restart on demolition project at city school

Girls' school to offer culottes

Online lunch service for students

An online lunch service is seeing a growing number of customers, as parents' and students' lives get busier.

Is your Fitbit telling fibs?

Some fitness trackers are out of step by more than 30pc, a researcher says.

Going chippie-free to feel chipper

Satisfying those hunger pangs with a bit of chocolate, can of fizzie or packet of chippies is off the menu for many around Manawatu next month. 

Mum-of-three loses cancer 'cruise'

DHBs still shortchanged - Labour

Smoking hike could have been higher

Manawatu health advocate applauds cigarette price hike from $20 a pack to $30 by 2020.

Schools will get funding increase: Parata

If under-achieving children move school, targeted funding won't go with them.

Key gets tough on Auckland

A new policy will force the city's council to release more land and bring house prices down, the PM says.

Below the beltway

Let's think about 2038, not 2017

'Fat people' to blame for tax: Peters

NZ First leader blasts "fat people sitting in their ivory towers" for tobacco tax hike as he calls for a fat-free nation.

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