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Half a dozen industry pros flown in from around the country have the serious task of awarding the inaugural Bakels Legendary Sausage Roll competition today.
The University of Auckland monitored students' social media activity almost every day for more than six months, producing an 82-page dossier of "online activity".
The man who defrauded the trust which funds the Māori King has avoided jail and been sentenced to home detention.
Police have refused to release an investigation file into an allegation that an officer threw a heavily pregnant woman to the ground during an arrest and bruised her face.
Two innocent people were injured after a police officer in Christchurch failed to abandon a pursuit, and the fleeing driver crashed their car head on into another vehicle, a police investigation has…
An Auckland woman living near the Harbour Bridge is angry and shocked people were never told neighbouring land was contaminated with heavy metals from the bridge.
The country's transport agency has finished a report setting out the business case for another crossing over Auckland's Waitematā Harbour in addition to the bridge, but won't say what conclusions it…
The man the Crown describes as "the heart of the case" against the president of the Comanchero gang has told a jury of his dealings with multiple people associated with the trial.
Auckland University modeller Shaun Hendy says the number of cases that will or won't arise from exposure to the Auckland gym Covid-19 case depends on how infectious the person was.
Auditors inspected the finances of two companies associated with the Comancheros, while police had them under surveillance months before their arrests, a court has heard.
A jury has been told the president of the Comanchero Motorcycle Club suspected his phone was bugged, and fretted about being arrested eight months before a major police bust.
Police bugged cellphones belonging to members and associates of the Comancheros gang, listening live to calls almost a year before raiding the bikies in a major bust.
The trial of five people linked to the Comancheros gang has been told how close a large drug deal came to being completed in the Auckland suburb of Takanini.
The Crown has opened its case against Comancheros gang boss Pasilika Naufahu on drug and money laundering charges.
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff has been warned businesses teetering on the edge of collapse during the first lockdown may go to the wall this time around.
Some residents in northern Waikato are having to break Covid-19 border restrictions in order to buy food.
Auckland residents have been queuing up again in droves around testing centres today on day two of the level 3 lockdown.
Two of the country's busiest airports have sketched out their plans for an international travel bubble should the government announce one. But the wait is frustrating specialist workers here.
Doctors are increasingly exasperated that unwell New Zealanders are saying no to Covid-19 tests.
A Hong Kong citizen in New Zealand is fearful of harassment and surveillance against activists here, as tension between China and western nations escalates.
A man who witnessed the Covid-19 escapee case absconding didn't realise who he was - "Me and my partner were joking about it, like 'imagine if he wasn't security'."
Auckland's drinking water pipes are leaking at least 50 million litres a day, far more than Aucklanders have been asked to save during the most severe shortage in decades.
Authorities have reached an agreement in principle for Auckland to take more from the Waikato River - an interim measure to help ease the region's drought crisis.
Statues of royalty, politicians, military leaders and explorers have been the most regularly vandalised in recent decades, an Otago University study has found.
Some Waikato Māori say glorifying colonial-era figures with statues is a daily reminder of the devastating effects of British imperialism and its ongoing impacts. Video