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Police in Northland admit that for years they have been unlawfully using road blocks to gather intelligence.
A Ministry of Health programme set up to reduce sudden and unexpected deaths of babies in their sleep has not succeeded, and fatalities actually rose two years into the programme.
Auckland is out of lockdown again, but on the same day it emerged there's a new case to grapple with.
A court has been told a man entirely invented a story about a prominent businessman fondling him in bed, when he was actually helping him while he was violently ill with food poisoning.
A man who's accusing a prominent businessman of fondling him in bed says he secretly recorded one of the man's associates trying to bribe him with $15,000.
A man has told a court he believes his drink was spiked by what he called a "predatory" businessman before being indecently assaulted by him.
The first Covid-19 vaccine in New Zealand will be given today, when only a year ago the country had zero known cases.
A Crown witness says sexual abuse and drug use was so common at a former Child, Youth and Family home that the boys there talked about who was going to be the next to be molested by their caregiver.
The Crown argues the man sexually abused eight boys in his care, rewarding some with drugs and intimidating one into silence with gang involvement and a death threat.
Million-dollar houses are now being sold in one of Auckland's lowest-income suburbs and a local politician says government failure is allowing the market to drive further inequality and hopelessness.
A good but "naive" man has avoided jail time after admitting to helping dump a body in wasteland in the central North Island and keeping quiet for years.
After two years of campaigning, a community group opposed to the development of a large landfill in north Auckland has finally had its case officially heard.
Police did not initially cooperate nor provide data on time to a Human Rights Commission report into how agencies keep people in confinement.
Two more people involved with the Comancheros motorcycle gang have been sentenced after police surveilled a failed million dollar drug deal and a money launderer funnelling stacks of cash through…
Multiple mechanics say the bus involved in the fatal Ruapehu skifield bus crash was mechanically sound and have pointed towards driver error as the possible cause.
The officer who decided not to prosecute a bus driver over a crash on Mount Ruapehu that killed an 11-year-old girl says his recommendation would probably be different, knowing what he knows now.
The driver of a bus which crashed and killed an 11-year-old girl has admitted to falsifying information and changing his story about how he was driving.
The father of Hannah Teresa Francis, an 11-year-old girl who died in a bus crash on Mt Ruapehu in 2018, has described trying to save her life with mouth-to-mouth resuscitation after the crash.
Two police officers who sent text messages about smoking cannabis they had seized from a member of the public have been cleared of any wrongdoing.
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.