Plans to open a Christchurch cat cafe are purring along nicely.
UN says there was a "clear understanding" some refugees in offshore detention centres would be allowed to settle in Australia.
In a sight to make All Blacks fans weep, Brad Thorn is helping out the Wallabies.
Questions are being asked about why Canterbury's Lake Ellesmere was not opened to the sea ahead of the weekend's flooding.
Mike Hosking says the public doesn't need to know what public broadcasters like him are earning.
After much hype, TV viewers were upset when swimming great Michael Phelps didn't race an actual shark.
A Masterton street has been under siege from flying golf balls for nearly two decades.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson thinks Kiwis coming to the UK is a "great thing".
Mark von Huben normally wears a tour guide's hat when he visits Kaikoura - now he's behind the wheel of a dump truck carting rubble away from slips blocking SH1.
Resolve earns biggest Sunday night Kiwi drama audience since last year's Scott Watson story.
Andy Serkis has had more hit franchises to his name than any of his more famous Hollywood stars.
A Hamilton couple are selling their home to give their first born a fighting chance.
In the back of a truck in a US car park, 39 people were locked in. Eight were dead, another soon to die, and many brain damaged from heat.
The US President's own party may control all branches of government, but it's waging a messy internal war.
Steven Moffat tells media to "shut the hell up" about outrage over Jodie Whittaker's casting.
Drilling work to find a backup water supply to the capital shows promising signs.
George RR Martin finally updates Game of Thrones fans on the long-awaited Winds of Winter.
Band shared fun day out just a week before lead singer Chester Bennington died.
Even death can't silence Mayor Adam West.
Coach running Wallabies players into the ground to get them fit to face the All Blacks.