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The man who murdered a West Auckland father and daughter has been sentenced to life in prison - and his victims' family have described the shock and terror of the crime.
Businesses near a central Auckland sinkhole fear what the future holds.
Former PM Jacinda Ardern was met with the Second Gentleman of the United States in Auckland today as part of a roundtable discussion for the Christchurch Call.
The relevance of the Commonwealth and the future of the Commonwealth Games are under scrutiny after Victoria pulled the plug on the 2026 event.
Teenage tourist Jesse Langford says he was unaware of how dangerous the island was before setting foot on it.
An Australian tourist has recounted the terrifying experience of being on Whakaari White Island when it erupted.
A husband and wife who were on their honeymoon at the time Whakaari erupted have described the pain they endured as they ran for their lives, and ever since.
Managed retreat needs to be seriously considered for homes around the rising Lake Rotomā, Rotorua's mayor says.
Police say a group of young women smashed up a South Auckland house and left a person injured earlier this morning.
An artist and advocate for sexual abuse survivors says she wants her artwork out of the Wallace collection after it was revealed its founder indecently assaulted three men.
Some say changing plans will hit them in the pocket, having bought land based on future potential valuations that are now at risk.
The Maritime Union believes it would be disastrous for Auckland if the mayor gets his way with a proposal for the Ports of Auckland.
Police believe the shots were related to drug dealing but they came in the wake of Mongrel Mob Barbarians president Steven Taiatini's death and tangi.
Members of the Mongrel Mob Barbarians have gathered at Hillcrest Cemetery to farewell their fallen leader.
The Auckland CBD is coming back to life after years of pandemic slow down and disruption caused by construction works.
Councillors crossed swords, singling out one another and raising impassioned concerns on debt borrowing, rates and selling councils shares in Auckland Airport before deciding on their annual budget.
Thursday's meeting ended without a decision, despite a partial backdown from the mayor on selling shares in the city's airport.
The mental health services that treat those in prisons and before New Zealand's courts are experiencing delays amid a shortage of forensic psychiatrists.
The man claimed he was not subject to New Zealand's laws, a belief held by the anti-government Sovereign Citizen movement.
Auckland's Mayor is reminding councillors of the need for a balanced budget, with a month to go before it needs to be signed off.
Foodbanks across the North Island are finding their pantries empty amid a shortage in donations. Some who rely on them are being turned away.
More than three months on since Cyclone Gabrielle, residents in a West Auckland settlement are calling on officials to provide clarity on recovery works.
An Auckland business owner fears her restaurant will not survive if the council increases rates to plug its $325 million budget hole.
"Our little warrior" - those were a mother's words in court before the man who brutally killed her daughter was sentenced to life in jail.
Taps have been running dry for the second day in a row - but officials say it was just a coincidence.