The institution sticks to its guns on Victoria University of Wellington's proposed name change.
Residents of Nawton reported hearing gunshots and police have blocked off a road.
Forty Kiwis win a share of Lotto's First Division - the most in the game's 30-year history.
The car she was in drove off State Highway 29 in the Waikato, police say.
Lisa Mead lives with her son in "the hood". She refuses to let him become another statistic.
Multiple 111 calls brought crews to Pongakawa, and a young family is said to have "lost nearly everything".
IPCA findings over Dirty Politics author's police raid to be released - in due course.
The Remutaka Hill road has opened again after serious crash left a motorcyclist with critical injuries.
Topp Twins say the ongoing fight for women's rights needs to target next generation of boys.
The annual refugee quota is set to increase to 1500 in 2020, which may mean more settling in Invercargill.
A woman is seriously injured after she was hit by a bus in northern Christchurch.
When Liz Barry decided to build a portable flat for her deaf brother, 76, she was told the consent would cost $1500.
More than 205,000 tickets were issued in the past six months, surpassing last year's $74m haul.
Calling Pacific Islands "leeches" on NZ is disheartening and "bigoted" thinking, AB retorts.
Rachel Heta stabbed her partner in bed. Her Māori cultural background decreased her sentence.
Canterbury ratepayers may have to foot the bill to move a yacht grounded on a city beach if the owner does not take action by Monday.
University's board tables motions against vice-chancellor Jan Thomas after Don Brash email revelations.
Aviation industry figures up in arms at potentially being shut out of airspace across Central Otago so commercial drones can be tested.
Linda Aldworth was a respected nurse of 40 years, living the high life on $340,000 of laundered prison money.
One person was trapped and had to be freed after a seven-car crash on Auckland's south western motorway.
Real estate jobs drop by almost a third as the industry in Auckland becomes more competitive.
Sophie Biggs claims to have no income or assets to fight her former husband over Queenstown home.
Bradley Tuhi lives in a fully-insulated, double-glazed, 10-year-old home and uses gas for heating yet his power bill has soared to more than $1100 a month.
Nelson mayor Rachel Reese's hope on Suffrage Day is that more women come forward for leadership roles.
A letter to a young girl was among the contents of a time capsule opened to mark 125 years of woman's suffrage.
The Government will release more of former minister's private Gmail correspondence with Derek Handley through the Official Information Act.
He's still renting thousands of DVDs each year but the risk of committing to a three-year lease has meant the closure of Taranaki's last DVD store.
More than 20 cars had their tyres slashed in Birkdale on Auckland's North Shore.
More than 280 people have been made redundant since 2014, with payouts expected to reach $5m this year alone.
BusinessNZ sends barb after ministers contradict each other over pay equity bill.