PM says he won't be calling on Winston Peters if the power balance shifts after the Northland by-election.
Australian Today show host Karl Stefanovic apologises for calling Kiwi cricket fans dole bludger army. Well, sort of.
Prime Minister John Key says media forced National to hold back on more Northland promises.
The five-storey apartment building exploded "like a bomb," causing a massive fire that injured 12.
A concerned father sparked an armed offenders callout in Le Cren St this morning.
Riley Comer put on a brave face as she watched her long locks come off for the Shave for Cure campaign.
Mission boss 'optimistic' about flight
Nasa's super pressure balloon is up, up and away after its launch from Wanaka Airport.
In cinemas this weekend, Downton's Lily James goes upmarket, Shaun the Sheep goes on the lam and Will Ferrell prepares for prison.
It is the Cinderella interview with Cate Blanchett that made for spellbinding viewing.
Nitbusters are heading into low-decile Christchurch schools to find and treat head lice.
Pastry chef takes the cake at mate's wedding
It's probably no surprise that classically trained French chef Laurent Loudeac is catering his own wedding but he's wisely left the hard part – the cake – to top pastry chef David Cadoret.
A Hamilton woman is the first New Zealand ambassador appointed to attend the World Parkinson Congress next year.
HMNZS Hawea drafted in to assist in the search for Ken Boogers, as the missing tourist's parents arrive in NZ.
Collapse of the family finances was the motive or the trigger for the Lundy murders, the Crown alleges.
Spying watchdog will head an inquiry into allegations the GCSB spied on New Zealanders working in the Pacific.
PM John Key greeted by protesters in Northland as he makes a last effort against Winston Peters.
Australian Today show host Karl Stefanovic has caused an outcry over his comments about Indian and Kiwi cricket fans.
Kiwi teenagers sympathise with One Direction singer's decision to quit the band.
Woman interrupts fellow bus passenger's racist tirade against two men to reassure them they are welcome in NZ.
To us it's very obviously slicked-back hair - but many thought the First Lady had taken a razor to her head this week.