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Some police employees who wish to remain in isolation because of the Covid-19 pandemic are being told they will have to take unpaid leave during the lockdown.
First person - Ben Strang's nana passed away on Sunday, but with the nation going into lockdown his family has to wait four weeks to say goodbye.
The Immigation Minister said families hoping for exemptions for visa-holder relatives "should be prepared for disappointment".
Far-right extremist groups shared the banned video of the March 15 terror attack on social media on the anniversary of the mass shooting.
Gun owners are at odds with the government over proposals for the newest tranche of changes revamping firearms legislation.
The Court of Appeal is considering argument that international abduction rulings should take into account whether a mother is at risk of serious harm.
Police will replace its current complaints system with a new external helpline after a review into how the organisation deals with bullying complaints.
The Islamic community in New Zealand is on high alert, expecting threats or worse, in the lead up to the anniversary of the Christchurch terror attack.
New details of the Whakaari/White Island recovery mission shed light on the planning and bravery of the special forces team who searched the island just days after its eruption.
The government has backed down on its promise to ban rodeos from using flank straps, electric prodders and calf roping.
The popular underground market at Frank Kitts Park in Wellington will run for the final time on 14 March, due to the building being earthquake prone.
A study of inmates at Christchurch women's prison has found nearly every woman interviewed had a history of multiple traumatic brain injuries.
The Green Party is criticising the government for its lack of delivery on a promise to ban some aspects of rodeo. Video
A child safety campaigner is calling for speed restrictions outside schools to be fast-tracked.
The Wainuiomata community has come together in opposition to a transitional housing development that would offer temporary housing to homeless families.
Te reo Māori will be added to one of the world's most popular language learning app by the end of the year.
High levels of renewable electricity generation make NZ a good country to own an EV in, and are up to four times better for the environment here than Australia says a Massey University professor.
At least half of people who have attempted suicide or self harm in police custody this year are Māori. Unfortunately, it's "not a surprise".
The Independent Police Conduct Authority says complaints have surged by about a third in the past year, putting a strain on its resources.
Speed limits are set to drop in high risk areas and some fines will go up as part of the government's new road safety strategy, a document leaked to RNZ says.
Associate Transport Minister Julie Anne Genter has announced she will introduce a bill to Parliament early next year giving police powers to run random roadside saliva testing.
David White is heading to Hamilton to personally apologise to the English cricketer, who says he was racially abused by a fan during the first Test yesterday.
The government has always had two targets for adding people to the police service, and it has ticked one of them off, the police minister says.
The firearms buy-back comes to an end a month from today, but the police say the amnesty for returning banned guns will continue into next year and beyond.
The government has failed to take any immediate measures to fix child poverty, a member of an expert group set up to help reduce it says.