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Phil Goff has told supporters he'd make the environment the central plank of his Auckland mayoralty re-election campaign. Audio
Former Fonterra chief executive Theo Spierings is under fire for receiving a $4.6 million payout when he left the company last year.
New Zealand man Andrew Pearse has admitted taking millions of dollars in kickbacks as part of a multi-billion dollar scandal that threatened to bankrupt the poor African nation of Mozambique.
A local board in south Auckland is promising to do what it can to establish a 24-hour drop-in centre for the homeless in Manurewa.
The Paeroa pizza shop where Jordan Voudouris was shot in an unsolved murder case was destroyed by fire last night.
A victim of a vicious homophobic assault in central Auckland says he never thought he would have to endure such a thing in New Zealand.
What started as a spat between golfers and a local board over the the future of Chamberlain Park in Western Springs has become a major political tussle in Auckland.
Just one concrete panel falling from an apartment building near Auckland's SkyTower has shut down an entire city block to traffic for at least the whole weekend.
A west Auckland antiques store is upsetting locals, as well as the Jewish Council and the Returned Services Association, for selling replica Nazi memorabilia.
West Auckland is gearing up to host the most expensive television production of all time and the businesses around the studio are hoping to get a slice of Jeff Bezos' billions.
Amazon needed reassurance after the Christchurch terrorist attacks that New Zealand was still a safe place to film the world's most expensive television series.
It started in May when they family's car tyres were slashed. Then dead animals started showing up in their letterbox. On Sunday, a death threat arrived.
The judge who passed sentence on a truck driver who crashed into and killed three road workers in the Bay of Plenty has described it as "an all too human momentary failure".
A seventh kākāpō being treated for aspergillosis has died, with the fungal disease now leaving a fifth of the total population in hospitals around the country. Video
Thunder and lightning, tornadoes, cold temperatures, torrential rain and high winds: winter is making its presence felt across the country.
Liquidators for hacked cryptocurrency exchange Cryptopia need legal advice from the courts as to how to repay out-of-pocket customers as there is no legal precedent anywhere in the world.
A former chairman of the BNZ bank is calling for Sir John Key and other ANZ leaders to resign after the bank was censured for failing to properly calculate its risk.
Kākāpō were in an amorous state at the beginning of the year and things looked hopeful for the critically-endangered birds, but 30 are now in hospital as a fungal disease continues to spread.
Despite Aucklanders paying 11.5 cents extra in fuel tax at the pump for almost a year, they're still being charged much less than many other parts of the country.
A nationwide database is being rolled out to monitor crimes that target the Muslim community, as part of a scheme to shore up security at the country's mosques and other Islamic buildings. Audio
The husband of a New Zealander killed in a 1999 attack on a group of tourists in Uganda says he feels two of the accused murderers are being used as bargaining chips between Australia and the US.
Most west Aucklanders feel the plan to re-open tracks closed due to kauri dieback still does not provide them with enough access to the forest, according to a new report. Audio
The UN Secretary-General has issued a monumental challenge to New Zealand youth: defeat climate change and ensure technology is used as a force for good. Video
The SAS soldier who died after an accident during a training exercise in Auckland last night can now be named.
Residents of Makarau north of Auckland say there's even more gunfire rings through their tranquil valley now than when the Auckland Shooting Club was ordered to shut down a month ago.