The receivers of failed retail chain Pumpkin Patch will close seven stores over the next week-and-a-half with 57 staff to lose their jobs.
The man who swore there would be "No more P in Nga" has been arrested on firearms charges.
The organisers of the 2017 New Zealander of the Year awards have struck Helen Kelly off the list of nominees, saying her death makes her ineligible.
Customs intercepted 10 shipping containers with the $176m worth of meth that had been sent from China.
Miley Cyrus has thrown some shade at her fiancé Liam Hemsworth, telling Ellen DeGeneres that she isn't a fan of her engagement ring.
MediaWorks broadcaster Paul Henry has thanked supporters for their well-wishes, as he takes time off work to support his ailing mother.
A much-loved cafe's reptilian mascot has gone walkabout and his owners want him back.
Police have named the young boy who died at Piha Beach at the weekend as five-year-old Savva Lopoukhine.
At its annual general meeting in Christchurch, Meridian CEO Mark Binns told shareholders the smelter is always the first issue for discussion for overseas investors.
Brodie Retallick won't play against Ireland because of concussion, resulting in a double change at lock for next week's Test in Chicago.
Joseph Parker's management company Duco Events has withdrawn its application for Government funding in its bid to hold a heavyweight boxing championship fight in New Zealand.
New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor believes his tired side can lift themselves one more time and create history in the fifth and final one-day international against India.