Police are still searching for an armed cycle bandit who stole cash from a Christchurch bank.
Leading government scientist agrees cannabis-based medicine should not be restricted.
Little River juggles need for development and country lifestyle with new plan.
If you have been wondering where summer's gone, you're not alone – it hasn't arrived yet.
Christchurch polytechnic Ara can barely keep up with student accommodation demands in the central city.
Road crews have cleared nearly half of the massive slip blocking State Highway 73.
It's been 60 years since Scott Base opened in Antarctica, with celebrations taking place in Christchurch and on the Ice.
This includes 90 counsellors who are owed thousands after the collapse of Relationships Aotearoa.
Police have not yet found the motorist who drove off after hitting a teenager riding a scooter.
International travel blogger Liz Carlson has discovered the "hidden gem" of Dunedin.
Disasters pose challenges for everybody, but what happens when your hearing, independence, sight, language or mobility is compromised?
A Southland teenager who taunted police on Facebook has sparked another warrant for her arrest.
The MPI is seeking public feedback on a plan to extend a ban on shellfish harvesting on the Kaikoura coastline.
The High Court has ordered the group to pay $55,000 in court costs to the Crown.
A $10m project to restore the Arts Centre West Wing will create two cinemas and apartments for writers, artists and scientists.
"If I was going myself I would probably bring a shower proof jacket just in case." Metservice meteorologist
Jail for a man who helped mug a foreign worker at a Christchurch beach.
A person was seen entering the water near Dunedin, but wasn't seen coming out.
"People love them. They say 'can I have more to take home overseas?'"
The old Railway Station building has been repurposed into a new cafe in Kaiapoi, 'Paris for the weekend'.
Breast or bottle? To cry or not to cry? We delve into the world of contradictory baby advice.
Canterbury's alpine rivers surged to their highest flows in years, causing traffic problems as people slowed to watch.
Three Queenstown youths accused of stealing car and stripping it for parts.
Most associate improv with theatre sport comedy such as Whose Line is it Anyway? but it can run deeper than that, a course by Bobbi Block aims to teach that to Christchurch thespians.
For a child born today, the cost of 13 years of "free" schooling has risen to more than $38,000, up 15 per cent on 10 years ago.
A mild day brings some relief on Friday before a second storm brings a cold, wet weekend.
19 miners who died at the Strongman mine in 1967 remembered at 50th anniversary of the disaster.
Arthur's Pass will not reopen until at least Saturday as contractors struggle to clear 'monstrous' slips on the highway.
Thousands of Canterbury homeowners warned properties built since earthquake may contain shoddy steel mesh.
One person seriously injured after a milk tanker and two cars collided on SH1 south of Timaru.