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People in northern parts of the country could be in for a wild night, with strong winds, heavy rain and thunderstorms predicted.
MetService has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for Northland… Audio
A group of students, including some Youth MPs, have been banned from Parliament for a year, after singing a waiata in the public gallery in support of the Ihumātao hikoi.
A dozen or so protestors… Video, Audio
Iwi in the Far North have renewed calls for the speed limit outside Mahimaru Marae to be slashed in half, after a car crashed into the marae ātea - taking out two palm trees and a power pole.
A court has heard a man accused of murdering a Northland toddler looked "like a rabbit in the headlights" after the girl died.
Aaron Archer is on trial in the High Court in Auckland - accused of… Audio
The Earthquake Commission has settled with a Christchurch homeowner, just days before their test case was due to be heard at the High Court.
Jamie Gibling used his KiwiSaver to buy his first family… Video, Audio
A rough sleeper in Hawera has unwittingly found himself front and centre of the South Taranaki mayoralty race.
Mayoral aspirant Craig Baylis says if he has his way the man known to most locals simply… Audio
The first people to dive down to the Titanic in 14 years say some of the wreck is deteriorating rapidly - eaten away by salt water and bacteria.
Over the course of five submersible dives, an… Audio
Hundreds of thousands of people, and billions of dollars of property in New Zealand are now deemed to be at risk from flooded rivers and rising seas.
The details are contained in two reports released… Audio
News from the business sector, including a market report. Audio
The police have admitted they didn't follow "best practice" when three prisoners managed to escape from custody in Levin yesterday.
The trio were able to flee when one of only two officers was… Audio
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern wouldn't come to them, so several hundred people braved torrential rain to take their message to her electorate office.
Ihumātao protestors took part in a 17km hikoi… Video, Audio
There is no guarantee the cost of Southern Response & EQC botch-ups won't cost the taxpayer more than a billion dollars.
Finance and EQC Minister Grant Robertson says with the combined cost of the… Audio
Checkpoint has for several days been asking the state owned quake insurer to front up for an interview.
It refuses point blank.
The company says it wont "engage with us" - its words - while the… Audio
Former Southern Response customers are questioning whether the state insurer should be investigated under the Crimes Act for deceiving its customers.
It comes after a High Court ruling last week… Video, Audio
The chair of the Civil Aviation Authority Nigel Gould has stepped down.
Transport Minister Phil Twyford says he told Mr Gould the CAA was going through some big changes and it would be best to have… Video, Audio
A worker from the British consulate in Hong Kong has been detained in mainland China after it's alleged he took part in the pro-democracy protests.
It's been two weeks since Simon Cheng disappeared… Video, Audio
The blame game was in full swing in Parliament with MPs accusing those on the other side of being responsible for high petrol prices.
A Commerce Commission report on Tuesday confirmed Kiwis pay too… Audio
Forest and Bird is warning an increase in yellow eyed penguins getting caught in fishing nets is pushing the nationally endangered bird to the brink of extinction.
It estimates 30 of the penguins… Video, Audio
The e-scooter war is heating up. There's another brand in Auckland, one more heading to Christchurch soon, supersized scooters, and freebies and discounts to attract customers in the now competitive… Audio
A public health academic has told a parliamentary committee that plans to fine parents for smoking in a car with children will be a waste of time, if protecting kids is the end game.
The health… Audio