The shooting of a taxi driver in Wellington last night shows the need to urgently toughen the law to give drivers more protection, the Taxi Federation says.
Signals have been detected that are thought to have come from an Argentine submarine that went missing with 44 crew on board, officials say.
A Norwegian sailor who was stranded on his boat in bad weather near New Zealand has been rescued.
A Motueka grower has lost his lengthy legal battle to have five tonnes of seized tobacco returned to him.
Trailblazing musician Sharon O'Neill has just been inducted to the NZ Music Hall of fame. She picks six of her favourite songs for the mixtape. Video, Audio
Lifting yourself up by the bootstraps is great – providing you have boots, says AUT's Richard Pamatatau in the latest Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum. Audio
Author Buddy Mikaere reflects on the Battle of Great Pā. Audio
The Kiwi creator of Time magazine's 'most comfortable shoe in the world' says success has come from focusing on doing a few things really, really well. Audio
An economist says it will take much more than a ban on foreign buyers to fix New Zealand's housing market.
Housing Minister Phil Twyford hopes the ban on foreign investors buying existing homes will be in place around February.
Winger Honey Hireme has crossed for six tries in the New Zealand women's rugby league teams 76-0 thrashing of the Cook Islands at the women's Rugby League World Cup in Sydney.
New Caledonia's criminal court has sentenced four men to jail terms for transporting 1.4 tonnes of cocaine on a yacht from South America.
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