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Police have arrested and charged a man with attempted murder after an incident in Dunedin on Sunday.
After Prime Minister John Key's no-show at Waitangi, there are renewed calls to shift the traditional welcome of political leaders to the upper marae on the Treaty Grounds.
A Givealittle page has been set up for Westland High School after a fire yesterday severely damaged parts of the school.
New Zealanders spent more than $50 billion on credit and debit cards linked to the Paymark system last year, up 5.9 percent on 2014.
Police have confirmed the partner of Deputy Health and Disability Commissioner Rose Wall has been killed in a head-on smash.
Online safety organisation NetSafe says Kiwis are seeking more online security, and 2016 should see new risks emerge.
The upper South Island was rocked by a magnitude 5.7 earthquake today, based in St Arnaud near Nelson Lakes National Park.
Sexting among New Zealand teens is now so common you'd be hard pressed to find those that hadn't somehow been involved, an internet safety group says.
The woman who threw a sex toy at Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce has says she did what she did to "gain awareness about the atrocity that is the TPP".
Another piece of New Zealand paradise is up for sale, this time at the other end of the South Island.
15 people have drowned in NZ so far this year, Surf Life Saving CEO Matt Williams says swimmers need to understand the risks.
An 18-year-old Auckland teenager has spoken out after being confirmed as having the Zika virus.
A parade is being held in Northland today by a group opposing the banning of powered boats on the Kai Iwi Lakes.
New Zealand won't be playing tit for tat with the British government after the announcement of a new health charge that'll soon be imposed on Kiwis living in the UK.
The trial of Jesse John Ferris-Bromley, accused of murdering his partner Virginia Ford, was meant to start in Palmerston North today, but pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of manslaughter.
The New Zealand government is looking at providing extra aid to Tonga to help stop the spread of the mosquito-borne Zika virus in the Pacific.
More than four years after his arrest, a date has been set for Kim Dotcom's appeal against extradition.
Over 550 homes and farms in rural Otago are without power, after a small fire at a substation.
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