Scientists say it's likely a mudpool that erupted overnight in a Rotorua woman's backyard is here to stay.
When Ephraim Gudgeon fractured his back he found a new goal and worked until he got gold.
In 2016 Mika Taupau was the victim when he was stabbed in the neck. He is now back to being an offender.
Tauranga's iconic Mount Mauao has repairs delayed over budget blowout
Philip Bothwell was checking his speed as he drove towards Hamilton. When he looked up it was too late.
War vet Ray T Isaacs' beloved bugle was taken as he prepared to entertain pedestrians on the main street.
Abortions, death and alcoholism aren't normal scenes you will see on the big screens.
The collision on the edge of Cambridge CBD didn't cause serious injuries, police say.
High demand for food parcels as cost of living rises, charity says.
A suspicious blaze ripped through a Cambridge shed overnight claiming everything inside.
A Bottle-O could make its way to Whangamata's main street, four doors down from another liquor store.
Three resort-style retirement villages in beautiful locations are being sold for $180 million.
Food chucked in the bin is a valuable product, says company who sells waste back to its makers.
More items in good nick will be rescued from landfill thanks to half million dollar expansion in Thames.
Rise of no-fuss nuptials has turned into a livelihood for Liz and Jason Cann.
Cambridge to host another sizeable cycling event from next year.
No distance is deemed too far for 14-year-old Josh Vesper.
Chiefs coach gives his team's season a pass mark after they bow out in Super Rugby quarterfinals.
St Peter's take out fourth equestrian competition in a row.
Netball World Cup preparation pits the NZ men's team against the Silver Ferns, live on TV.
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The thwack of willow on leather and the dulcet tones of commentary ease the arbitrary nature of a nail-biting tournament.
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The atua of Māori folklore are the main characters of a new dance work by the Atamira Dance Company.
Our supposed healthy choices might not always be as good for us as we think.
Waikato man Roger McLay will wield an instrument he crafted at a Hamilton music festival this weekend.
Plans to erect a 15m cell tower in Tairua have neighbours believing technology now outweighs their health.
Nearly 500 mammalian pests near Ōhaupō have been eliminated.
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