From Auckland to Otago the Southern Lights shone bright two nights in a row.
6:58 AM The 11-year-old boy disappeared last night after saying he was going to walk to his grandmother's house.
7:14 AM The three armed men stormed the Riverlea Dairy and stole cigarettes before fleeing.
7 min ago Some of the top lots went for over $60,000 and their new owners couldn't be happier.
13 min ago A woman was left uninjured but upset after hitting cattle on a rural Waikato road.
Empty school on land worth millions has been empty for 13 years and costs to maintain.
Important World War I tunnels dug by Kiwis under France have been surveyed with exacting detail and will be converted into 3D virtual reality tour.
More than 50 percent of the water has gone and the remainder is expected to disappear by next week.
Burgers and flat whites off the menu as KFC, Pizza Hutt, Carl's Jr and Starbucks hit by strikes.
Paeroa factory's bottling days are behind it, but the pipes that once carried the famous water remain.
Every day Ann Barrington-Pace slips into her pool to swim with pooches.
Stop, it's Hammer time for this property in the heart of Thames.
Easter weekend turned into a washout for some business owners in holiday hot-spots.
Chiefs in danger of losing halfback for an extended period after he was cited for stamping in his side's win over the Force.
They may not have beat the Tactix by as many as they could have on Sunday, but they were able to reap other benefits.
A late red card blotted Melville United's copybook as they beat Ellerslie 5-0 on Saturday in northern league football.
The Magic beat the Tactix 61-46 in a game where the result was effectively sealed by the end of the first quarter.
After an uninspiring win over the Force in Perth, the team will be happy to get back to familiar surroundings.
OPINION: Honesty, transparency and fairness are paramount when it comes to matters that strike at the heart of democracy and public confidence, Peter Dornauf writes.
OPINION: Hamilton is expanding, stretching and you only need to try to take a quick trip across town to realise the city’s roads are not coping, writes Max Christoffersen.
OPINION: When immigrants are no threat to our own jobs, we don't have a problem with them, writes Narelle Henson.
OPINION: John Clarke gave us political and social satire as never heard before, and he wrote an original Fred Dagg monologue for Richard Swainson's wedding.
OBITUARY: Tom V Waite November 12, 1924 - March 31, 2017
Dogs, dog owners, dog lovers, dog-oriented companies and others got together for a dog party. A big dog party.
An art competition winner used no.8 wire for her message.
OPINION: Sheep wander the grape-less vines of Villa Maria vineyards.
Low police profile compromises safety, says business community.
Working his way up from the bottom, cheffing became a passion for Cameron Farmilo.
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