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Māori and Pasifika children made up two thirds of children under two hospitalised with a respiratory infection according to a new study.
The singer, guitarist and song-writer who kickstarted New Zealand's music industry with the release of the country's first hit song Blue Smoke are to be inducted into the New Zealand Music Hall of…
Wairarapa residents are concerned convicted paedophile Kenneth O'Reilly, 75, will be released into their community.
A Wellington mother who is losing her sight and mobility to multiple sclerosis is fundraising $100,000 to travel to Mexico for radical stem cell treatment to fight the disease. Video, Audio
A new alliance sealed between Qantas and American Airlines could bring more American tourists to New Zealand, an aviation industry expert says.
Prompted by two tragic deaths, football fans have raised enough money to buy a defibrillator for every football club in Wellington.
New Zealand GPs need to prepare themselves for prescribing medical cannabis to patients, a visiting UK expert says.
The Royal Commission into the Christchurch terror attack begins work today.
Northland Te Tai Tokerau leader Sir Hekenukumai Busby, known affectionately as Sir Hek, has died. Video
The first ever full review of government payments to support foster carers has been announced.
A national early alert system for dangerous synthetic cannabis will be valuable, experts say, but there's doubts about when it will be implemented.
Resarch has found many health apps prescribed to patients pass on private data to outside sources, such as Facebook or Google.
Freeing up valuable Auckland waterfront land could be an incentive to move Ports of Auckland's operations to the Port of Tauranga, or Northport near Whangārei, but the rail network could be a deciding…
Retailers in smaller Wellington towns have benefited from trading bans in the major centres surrounding them, but one who opened says a national ban would still be best.
A Queenstown woman whose church in Sri Lanka was hit in Sunday's terror blasts is thankful her family are safe, having celebrated Easter at a smaller church, but fears many of her friends could be…
At least 10 people have been arrested and 30 cars taken off the road in Christchurch during a third controversial car event known as the Aves Invasion, but a city councillor says the racers are…
While a national egg shortage could mean higher prices, it's unlikely the hot breakfast staple will disappear from supermarket shelves.
Rotorua residents may be able to check out a threatened species of native bats while they stop by the supermarket, after a new discovery that bats are using urban areas in the city.
Wellington is falling behind on tackling its big ticket issues with no clear plans to fix them, and it risks businesses moving elsewhere, the Chamber of Commerce warns.
For the first time the Australian Army has formally honoured a New Zealand Army unit for courage, for supporting their operations in the Vietnam War.
A seriously injured girl was found in the same room as a dead woman in Wellington on Friday, police say.
Devonport Schools are warning children to walk in groups after a man with a van has been approaching children inappropriately.
Landfill pollution that has washed along 100km of West Coast coastline could contain toxic chemicals, and groups helping clean it up say the government needs to respond.
A complete ban on publishing or possessing the Christchurch gunman's manifesto may have gone too far, say some legal experts.
The only road to Fox Glacier could be closed after a series of expensive wash-outs caused by a giant, active landslide.