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Brian and Hannah Tamaki left Auckland under the cover of darkness and aren't welcome in Southland, the mayor says.
As Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was putting Auckland into a snap lockdown on Saturday night, Destiny Church leaders Brian and Hannah Tamaki were packing their bags. Audio
Forty-nine years ago today, Led Zeppelin sauntered onto the stage at Western Springs Stadium and put on one of the greatest shows New Zealand had ever seen. Video, Audio
South Auckland businesses and residents are highlighting struggles of the level 3 lockdown, are hope the city can move out of the restrictions soon.
An albatross is rare for any golfer to make, but a sea lion is unheard of, unless you play at Chisholm Links in Dunedin.
Water restrictions are likely for more parts of the Far North if there is not significant rainfall soon, and the forecast is not good.
A former WorkSafe inspector says procedures at airports, ports and MIQ facilities are far too relaxed to prevent one of the new strains of Covid-19 getting into the community.
New Zealand's managed isolation facilities now house both the highly-transmissible UK variant of Covid-19 and a new one associated with South Africa.
One motorist had three windscreen cracks in a single journey by stones flicked up from loose road surfaces - others have had glass chipped on the way home from getting the previous day's damage fixed.
A freelance campera operator who was found with a cache of child sexual abuse material has been sent to prison for three and a half years.
Five people who tested positive for Covid-19 in New Zealand's isolation facilities had negative results before leaving India.
An IPCA report has identifed multiple failures by police officers who restrained Alo Ngata, who was on meth when arrested for assaulting an elderly man. He later died in hospital.
Farmers around Auckland's southern border are finding themselves unable to check their stock, and having to drive vast distances to get feed and equipment.
Auckland now has 29 registered food banks, many more than before the Covid-19 pandemic, as increasing job losses wipe out family incomes.
Many businesses outside of Auckland say they're struggling - and some are closing up - as they're cut off from the country's largest city, and its population of 1.6 million.
A high-level review of Auckland's council-controlled organisations recommends merging its two events agencies. Audio
The systemic disadvantage suffered by Māori helped to create the conditions in which Karen Anne Ruddelle stabbed and killed the man she loved, a judge has found.
Two homemade explosive devices were detonated outside a Hamilton shopping centre this morning - in an apparent effort to crack open an ATM.
Three Court of Appeal judges have retired to consider whether Auckland Council broke the law by denying two far right speakers the opportunity to host an event in one of its venues.
A man managed to get out from Crowne Plaza in Auckland by tailgating a staff member, but was apprehended less than 100 metres away from the hotel. Video
Husband and father Leslie Gelberger died after he was struck by a pilot boat when swimming off North Shore in 2017.
As the flood waters recede in Northland the full extent of the damage from the weekend's deluge is becoming clear. Audio
Aucklanders will have to pay more in rates, but will get less, as the council tries to fill a $750 million hole in its budget. Audio
The government has renewed its call for New Zealanders to use the Covid-19 contact tracer app, but out on the streets, most people were a bit blasé about it. Audio
Twenty-one coronavirus cases are linked to an outbreak at a Sydney pub, where some guards from the Villawood detention centre were attending a party.