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Experts are stumped as to what the bright lights seen in the sky last night could have been.
A group of students who are on the verge of being deported say they will continue to fight their case once they're back in India. Video
Former All Black, brother, son and father Sione Lauaki has been farewelled by about 1500 people at Unlimited Church in West Auckland today.
Any police officer who shoots a firearm will now be subject to mandatory blood testing, a move the Police Association says is 'invasive'.
There is no need to create hate crime laws and the focus should be on creating more resilient communities, says a Muslim community development lawyer.
One of the women affected by the 'unfortunate experiment' at National Women's Hospital said an apology was "moving" but "doesn't make you forget".
The Prime Minister says there were no fireworks when he took a highly anticipated phone call from US president Donald Trump this morning.
A cruise ship bound for the Bay of Islands rescued six fisherman, who had not had water for three days, from their boat.
Indicators for hospitals' treatment of stroke patients have improved and in some cases the national targets are being exceeded.
Nine Indian students facing deportation have had ample opportunity to leave the country voluntarily, Immigration New Zealand says.
Michael Woodhouse says the students facing deportation are ultimately responsible for the fraud that got them into NZ - and they need to leave.
Demand for rental properties in Auckland and Wellington is so high that some people are offering well over the asking rate to secure a house.
About 2500 children who visited a South Auckland dental clinic need testing for Hepatitis and HIV because water used may have contained blood or saliva.
Three Auckland scientists who helped raise money for a scholarship want to raise the profile of Māori and Pacific women working in the sciences.
Two Auckland iwi that have been at loggerheads because of overlapping land claims have renewed their peace pact at Ōrākei marae today.
Tankers could be brought in to ease the Northland town's water shortage, as desperate residents' tanks run dry. Audio
A controversial $1.5 million art piece - closely resembling a state house - has been unwrapped at Queens Wharf.
Three iwi will meet to discuss their issues with the government's approach to settling Treaty claims in areas with overlapping interests.
The coming spell of warmer, drier weather may suit beach-goers, but the forecast is not ideal for farmers and fire fighters.
The body of Leotisia Malakai, the third person to die from a Christmas Eve bus crash near Gisborne, will be taken home to Tonga today.
The film has come under fire for its portrayal of Pacific culture but some movie-goers changed their minds after seeing it. Audio
A Tauranga iwi says their treaty settlement is creating grievances, not repairing them.
The Greymouth Family Planning clinic will close at the end of February, with a phone service to be offered in its place.
Forty-five Māori medical students will graduate from the University of Otago tomorrow - a record number for a New Zealand medical school.