Police urge subject to hand himself in, whom they believe was in possession of a firearm.
Spree of rural burglaries raises concerns about black market.
School to modify its bathrooms after seeking advice from the Human Rights Commission.
Location for Auckland's new port is narrowed down, but a controversial expansion is still likely.
Carl Silverwood killed his mother, but didn't know "what was real and what was not".
Man's house becomes a cesspit in heavy rain. Now he's kicking up a stink with the council.
The tiny town of Kaitangata, in South Otago, may have a small population, but it's big on heart.
Deadline for SuperGold switch passes, but Auckland Transport offers seniors a grace.
A house in rural North Canterbury has been destroyed by fire.
Police will be giving an update at 2pm into the manhunt for Caleb Kovaleski.
Police are concerned that an arsonist may be at work in Temuka.
A man with 29 convictions for driving while disqualified says he's now going straight.
A person is dead after an accident in Auckland, understood to be at a flooring factory.
The man at the centre of a Palmerston North manhunt has a troubled past, but an old friend says he's a loyal, decent man.
Student sent home with suspected viral meningitis not contagious, principal says.
Southern District Police have received reports of at least 15 vehicle crashes since 6.45am.
Concerns for a man on a red mobility scooter who has not been seen since Thursday morning.
A man charged after a female passenger died in a car crash after a police chase has pleaded not guilty.
"Serious concerns" for driver after jumping into river following 50-minute police pursuit.
Humorous and friendly, Yvonne Cash promised victims she was a millionaire investor. In reality, she was on a benefit.
Two ambulances were called to the West Auckland scene but the man was already dead.
Is NZ Labour following their UK counterpart, shutting out the working class in favour of city-slicker liberals?
Some things are worth the wait - Customs Minister doesn't want to rush.
No one big project will replace the Basin flyover, it is revealed as survey results on Wellington transport come in.
A new life in the pleasant town of Turangi was ruined when Victoria Dwyer received a whopping $350 power bill, even though she used less than $50 of electricity.
After a mass search of Mangakino, 83 year old Jane Shoston was found nestled in flax bushes not far from her care facility.
Guy Williams and Oshiana Ale, 11, were having a good old laugh. But then it got really heavy.
Prison union loses battle about staff fitness tests.
New Plymouth's mayor says there's a reason ratepayers didn't know the council was buying a historic Maori pa.
Black ice is causing problems for residents in Dunedin, with flights in and out of the city delayed.
A man who suffered serious burns after an electric shock at a Christchurch factory has died in hospital.
A motorist called in a crappy driver and when police caught up with him he was belting it at 155km, drunk, unlicensed, in a car with no rego or warrant.
Visiting the toilet is becoming less of an identity challenge for young people in Manawatu schools as signs change with the times.
Police continue to hunt Caleb Kovaleski as residents who spent a cold night in their cars wake up. And the cordon remains.
Government investing in system to catch car makers cheating on emission standards.
Daniel Bindner's life collapsed. And in New Zealand there is a ''huge population'' of people ''struggling to keep it together''.
Transgender woman awarded nearly $15,000 but doesn't expect to see the money.
It passed about 1.5m into the shopfront, but the driver backed out.
As the dairy downturn bit, Daniel Bindner lost his job, his partner and his home - before ending up dead in the recycling.
Lightning Jack has slipped a few ranks after his return to the cowboy action shooting world championships.
A Wellington employment training centre loses Government contract because it did not focus on specific trades.
He lost his job when his factory workplace closed. Then fire gutted his home.
Ikea is recalling millions of drawers in the US and Canada after children die, but you can still buy the furniture in New Zealand.
Family didn't know that their Peter Snell Olympic singlet was a fake.
Lost a "substantial amount of money?" Avondale police may be able to help you out.
Man wants his witnesses protected from Rwandan inquiry.
Did whoever burned down the house where police dog Gazza died have a snack at the crime scene?
Vogels say High Court may be their next step, after Crown commissioner turns them down.
Wellington's cycling mayor admits the controversial Island Bay cycleway was not handled properly.
Canterbury District Health Board to take money from elderly care to subsidise mental health.