Green Party leader Norman says NZ has committed crimes against countries with GCSB spying.
India's government censors have said they will not allow the big-screen adaptation of erotic novel Fifty Shades of Grey to be shown in cinemas.
Snowden documents show the GCSB targeted nearby countries including Fiji, Samoa and Tonga.
Passengers and crew of a Turkish Airlines flight had to be evacuated when their aircraft skid off the runway.
Repair plans range from $190k to $351k
Tony Bennett's Sumner home is full of cracks, has moved over his boundary, and is red-zoned - but his insurer insists it can be repaired.
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen and his research team have found wreck of one of the largest battleships in history.
Working smoke alarms saved a man’s life after a blaze gutted his New Plymouth home early this morning, firefighters say.
'I just look at things a little bit differently now'
Ten months after donating a kidney to a stranger, Graham Arthur is taking on the Round the Bays race.
Dam Buster survivor Les Munro is sticking by his decision to sell his war medals.
Organisers served up a haakari (feast) for thousands of Te Matatini National Kapa Haka Festival-goers.
Captaincy, catch and five overs, but no minutes with the bat - Australia skipper justifies own demotion.
It’s not easy to manufacture an insipid 129-run win but Pakistan managed it no trouble at all.
Baby girl loses her battle to live
To her mum, she was one in a million, an unlikely joyous child with a rare condition who died before her time.
Dennis Hamilton never has to worry about never finding a pen - he has 50,000.
Picton's most popular love story looks set to continue after a successful first date ended in a sleepover.
There was "a bit of magic" between a shirtless, tattooed barista and a traveller whose first date has made global headlines.
Oops, Britney Spears has lost a piece of her, or rather her hair, during a recent performance.
A woman was shaken when told her noisy dogs could be taken after a year of complaints from a neighbour.
Mourners call slaying of Boris Nemtsov a "watershed" that has left them afraid for future of Russia.
An feline army rules this remote island, where the cats outnumber humans six to one.