Watch out, retirees. Mobility scooter-related injuries cost $87,000 in the last three years.
A pair beggars have clocked up 400 breaches of Auckland's begging bylaws in the past two years.
Man stole a salad, the disrupted court by making pistol gestures and speaking in a faux accent.
Two Hamilton businesses were duped by customers using fake $100 bills.
Emergency services personnel won't be investigated every time they attend a callout at a workplace.
The man behind the wheel of a tow truck that crashed head on on a Waikato road was not wearing a seatbelt.
The reason behind the killing of Kapiti woman Cathy Stewart could be locked inside a delusional mind.
Swim school cleared of any wrongdoing after a 4-year-old boy nearly drowned at a pool party.
10,000 homes and businesses across Auckland's North Shore without power after a major outage.
The lack of progress on Antonio Hall and Christchurch's former saleyards is a "sad waste" says a city councillor.
Man was attacked so severely at his home that he was sent to intensive care.
The clean-up continues in Porirua but the damage is not extensive, mayor says
The drone pilot who recorded footage close to the scene of the fire has been convicted of breaching controlled airspace.
Police are appealing for information after a man breached bail in the Wellington region.
Police made 11 arrests, seized nearly $400,000 in cash and discovered an ammo cache during a "major" drug operation.
The charges are believed to be the country's first for watching radical Islamic videos.
"Hi, it's the leader of New Zealand - I'd like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn."
The man who abducted and indecently assaulted a girl in Palmerston North may spend the rest of his life behind bars.
Low visibility on Friday morning after cloudy conditions blanket Auckland for third time this week.
The site of a Christchurch family's dream home is now just a pile of contaminated dirt.
Students like 100-minute periods in some subjects but more than an hour of half of maths on Friday more challenging.
What was a man doing in an armchair in the middle of the Auckland Harbour Bridge?
"Fingers of the lahar deposits extend into the ocean, which is very unique, there's not a lot of places this happens in the world."
Fine end to the week for most - and that's good news for Porirua.
He may be the presumptive nominee, but can Donald Trump win over young Republicans?
Controversial ex-politician and media personality doesn't renew position as elite school's development manager.
Work has started on reshaping Waikato's northern gateway.
Work stopped when a hole opened up. If they'd asked around, they would have known about the old swamp.
Boy arrested in relation to vandalism spree on Thames businesses.
What would a President Trump mean for New Zealand?
EQC is making an effort to "turn off the tap" on homeowners seeking second time repairs, a presentation shows.
Five teens arrested after police chase, bottles thrown at police cars.
The Guinness Book of Records can expect a call after a Tauranga woman grows a 398g sample.
Fight over rent and $1m legal fees keeps West Coast couple in bitter conflict with council.
Napier dean was a 30-year-old married priest when he had an affair in 1991 with an 18-year-old woman.
A hay-filled barn is on fire on a Wairarapa farm.
'We've reached the point where we just can't wait any more to adjust staffing levels.'
The New Zealand Fire Service was a "bit upset" they were not included in the running man challenge. But they did not sulk for long.
Schools closed and homes flooded in sudden downpour over Porirua.
Attacker gets away with a written warning.
It's time to get training but participation still the key.
Man trapped in Palmerston North home by flooding now able to paddle out.
Measles continues to spread through Hamilton and the surrounding areas.
Medsafe may be forced into embarrassing backtrack of its over-the-counter pill decision.
Rain moving up the North Island has hit Palmerston North flooding some parts of the city.
Blenheim takes early lead in sunshine race, but Nelson is making a move.
Friday is International Sauvignon Blanc Day and social media streams will be flowing with wine.
WARNING: Video sounds like a drunk Donald Duck. If in public, hit mute now.
Student Andrew Douglas-Clifford gives NZ's highway network the London Underground treatment.
The Keytruda debate has been emotional, but is it a case in point to look hard at the data?