Jury acquitted battered Whanganui wife of murdering her violent husband
Horowhenua mayor wants mayoral MPs to break through perceived barrier to decision-makers.
Injured climber's 1906 Kiwi crawl to survival foreshadowed 2003 film Touching the Void.
Police are on the scene on West Auckland's Lincoln Road.
Ban on single-use plastic shopping bags with handles comes into effect on Monday.
Chorus promises cable repair after broadband "unusable" for three weeks.
John Downing's GP thought his bleeding was from haemorrhoids, not bowel cancer.
The 1929 Murchison earthquake's victims were mostly killed by landslides.
Beatles John Lennon and Ringo Starr met extended family members in Wellington in 1964.
How the world's worst nuclear accident unfolded.
Then PM Robert Muldoon slurred out his gamble on a snap election. It didn't pay off.
After a roadside birth last month, more are feared in rural Southland.
A ferry's engine-cooling problem causes delays, frustration for Waiheke Island commuters.
A drug expert says it is probably "shaky ground".
A Vector light show will run on Auckland Harbour Bridge to mark its 60 years.
Metlifecare says resident's actions amount to "abandonment" of her apartment.
Study finds benefits in combination therapy for patients with mild asthma
PM felt a sense of betrayal when she shifted electorates - and 'angsted' about her hair.
The elite Auckland school is celebrating 150 years.
St Helier's nudist beach's various names prompt call for new signs to display them all.
Local board wants level crossing delays trimmed in Mt Albert and Morningside.
New theory claims missing teen Wendy Mayes' body hidden in construction site in 1961.
Study finds 47% of major-trauma patients have moderate/severe disability at one year
School warns parents not to leave children unattended at gates.
A baby girl was rushed to hospital for life-saving treatment after an overdose of Bonjela.
Tokoroa crew were first firefighters at crash scene north of Taupō where eight died.
West Auckland woman calls for witnesses to her attack to come forward.
Searches of village, dunes and lake found few signs of missing Waikato storekeeper.
'Had he had a broken neck, if he was moved that could have caused paralysis' says partner.