The death of a 19-year-old man in West Auckland is being treated as unexplained.
Heather du Plessis-Allan is disturbed police now know what's in her bedroom drawers.
Ruth Dyson joins Andrew Little and Chris Hipkins in being sent to Parliament's privileges committee.
District Health Board tight-lipped on potential breach, which could have gone undetected for years.
Managing director Sheryl Cleaver said the employee filmed abusing calves at the slaughterhouse was no longer with the company.
Michael Farley used a false passport to escape a possible prison term, but still ended up behind bars in his new home.
Expert says Wellington dentist's quashed drink-driving conviction exposes a loophole.
OPINION: Heather du Plessis-Allan is relentless in pursuit of a story.
Fox Glacier crash pilot Mitchell Gameren described as "a true champion" at funeral in Queenstown.
EQC still needs to improve how it deals with customers and their complaints, a report has found.
A drone which can withstand bad weather on film sets has won an emerging technology competition.
A young climber suffered hand and leg injuries when hit by the boulder.
For migrants to New Zealand, Christmas can be an important way of understanding Kiwi culture.
Medical students successfully lobby Government to scrap 7-year student loan cap.
Assailant waited for victim before a 'blitz attack'.
International review of shark cage diving says no evidence it increases the risk to water users, DOC says.
David Roigard on numerous occasions told friends and associates of an inheritance worth up $8 million.
Pat Collins says waiting two years for a coroner's report into her son's suicide left her family in emotional limbo.
Japan's whaling fleet has set out for the Antarctic, with crew told it was a "happy day".
City councillors want to crack down on private fireworks displays happening weeks after Guy Fawkes.
Ra Fowell allowed out of detention centre for his partner's final hours, but says he's "a wreck" now she's gone.
Terence James Milne died while working with bitumen at an earthworks company in the King Country on Monday.
Leaders have arrived in France for the United Nations' climate change conference. Here's a starter guide to COP21
Doctor Who boss Steven Moffat is thought to be behind Sir Peter Jackson's video skit about directing the show.
Geological testing in New Plymouth's CBD is set to start early next year to help inform engineering assessments for earthquake-prone buildings.
Police charge 17-year-old with arson over fire that threatened Christchurch homes.
Solo yachtie injured when struck on head by vessel's boom.
"She understands sometimes he uses inappropriate language. She's very supportive of him."
Two of three dogs who seriously injured a Dunedin woman in attack have been put down.
May and June appear twice at the expense of July and August in some copies of a new Invercargill City Council calendar.
Archaeologist Daniel McCurdy has been chased by fur seals, been caught in a category 1 storm and shoots laser beams all in the name of work.
The builder carried out works on Miriama Kamo's Waiheke home without consent.
Swanky Auckland lifestyle block community terrorised by violent rooster who attacks children.
Brayley, 6 and Dhyreille, 5, sang a duet to open a private funeral service for Jonah Lomu.
The Government's resource management act changes have won Labour's initial backing.
Taupo Community Men's Shed members share knowledge to craft classical string instruments
A stash of meth, cash and drug tools were found in a suspicious car parked in Hamilton.
Rescue crews spent the night helping an injured Australian climber down Mt Taranaki.
Designer Andrew Fyfe talks about the inspiration behind his Koru flag design.
Rachel Stock's campaign to compete at the Paralympics could be ruined after her riding gear was stolen.
All frozen berries imported to NZ could potentially spread Hepatitis A. What do you need to know?
At about $1800 a month, Heidi Collins can't afford the price tag on what could be a lifesaving drug for her son.
Police say accused had connections with Opotiki College but offending did not occur at the school
A man says his former lover is "crazy" and is framing him for a murder he didn't commit.
NZ is facing a growing population of homeless older people, warns The Salvation Army.
Labour leader Andrew Little has dismissed impact of Mahuta demotion on Maori support.
Woman stashed knife after her boyfriend stabbed a man to death.
Exam paper thief hid in cupboard with axe, emerged after dark wearing rubber gloves and a balaclava, and smashed her way into office.
Kiwi summers are a time for making memories filled with beaches, baches, barbecues and boogie boards.
All drivers stopped by police until February can expect to be breath-tested.