The owners of a slain labrador are offering a reward if it leads to the identity of his killer.
A truck on fire is blocking the road on State Highway 6.
Two "quite abusive" men seen chopping up logs earmarked for a children's playground in a Christchurch domain.
The crash happened outside the Mobil station in Te Awamutu.
Road cordons have been lifted, but police still seek an armed man who fled after crashing a car in the Far North.
Four people remain in serious condition after collision between bus and four-wheel-drive that killed Otago man.
A woman was tramping in the Ruahine Ranges when she fell and injured her leg.
Hayward may have been the victim of a hit-and-run, police say.
As she gave birth to her first child, the woman kicked the surgeon and her legs were held down but requests for pain relief were ignored.
Too many young people in custody have found themselves in trouble because that's how they were brought up, student involved in new report says.
Ticketek apologises, and insists there won't be a hitch for All Blacks game.
Increased competition from private education providers is a key issue for universities.
Moves afoot to have Bruce Stewart, the founder of Island Bay's unique marae, buried on site.
A new park and ride service for Christchurch Hospital staff could help ease parking woes for some.
New US Ambassador Scott Brown treats reporters to an impromptu jam session, and a lesson on the boss
Defendants are identified before they get a chance to ask for suppression.
It's not just apps and iPads as NZ schools prepare for a digital future.
Right from year 1, schools will start preparing children for their digital futures.
A man says his innocence was stolen more than 40 years ago, when he was just 8 years old, by a man his family trusted.
Invercargill Middle School is being recognised for work on helping students communication.
The group had brought their own booze but no one stopped them drinking to excess, coroner hears.
Attacked, harassed and threatened by beggars twice in as many days, Soren Olson says he's had enough.
"We are the future - ban plastic bags," schoolchildren chant outside Parliament.
Government urged to act on water pricing as the public mood grows increasingly hostile.
Old photos provide a glimpse back in time to the capital city in the early 1990s.
The idea of Te Awamutu's Sharing Shed is to give and take - but some people just take.
Visitor numbers to Milford Sound are expected to reach 875,000 in 2017 and exceed one million by 2019.
Court told ex-Breakers basketballer Corey Webster said police have "issues with black people".
A boy is seriously injured after falling off a cliff near Wanaka.
The Government says it will provide almost $4 million in funding to support technology start-ups nationwide.