Latest Bulletin: 8 pm Sunday 1 February
The Warriors have lost their National Rugby League Nines quarter-final 14-12 to the Cronulla Sharks at Eden Park.
Public support for the National Party is going up just a few months after the start of its third term in Government.
About 700 passengers had their trips across the Cook Strait delayed today after a fault on the Interislander's Kaitaki put back sailings more than three hours.
Rain and cooler temperatures are bringing much needed moisture to many parts of the country, but the areas most in need are still missing out.
Fonterra has stopped selling cheese directly to the United States.
The Teachers Council has confirmed it is investigating the head of an Auckland Charter School which is set to open its doors to students for the first time this week.
Blue light and an internet cable could be used to treat Parkinson's disease with potentially less side effects than current treatments.
A climate refugee seeking asylum in New Zealand is taking his fight to the Supreme Court.
New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko has made history by becoming the youngest ever world number one.
Figures released by the Minister of Defence show the wages of military personnel are not increasing at anywhere near the rate of inflation.
Five houses had to be evacuated in the Greymouth suburb of Cobden following a bomb scare last night.
A post mortem is being held on the body of a 71 year old Taranaki woman found dead at her home in Stratford on Friday.
Police want to hear from partygoers at a house which was badly damaged in a house fire in the Christchurch suburb of Edgeware early this morning.
The New Zealand Labour Party says it will be talking to its counterpart in Australia after its incredible comeback in the Queensland state elections.
Gareth Morgan says Russel Norman's resignation as co-leader gives an opportunity for the Green Party to reposition itself.
Green Party co-leader Metiria Turei says the party has no shortage of high-calibre male candidates from which to pick a replacement for Russel Norman.
New Zealand's Lydia Ko has made history by becoming the youngest ever world number one, men's or women's, in the history of professional golf.
The Central Districts cricketers have beaten Auckland by 78 runs to win the domestic one day final at Colin Maiden Park in Auckland.
Zane Robertson has become the first New Zealander to run under 60 minutes for the half marathon, as he finished second at a race in Japan.
The Australian Labor Party in Queensland is claiming one of the greatest comebacks in the country's political history.
The Japanese government says a video showing the beheading of Islamic State hostage Kenji Goto is genuine.
A baby aged 12 weeks, a boy aged 18 months and their parents have been struck by lightning at a polling station on the Gold Coast.
A Royal New Zealand Air Force Orion has patrolled Fiji's exclusive economic zone for the first time since defence ties were suspended in 2006.
A category 1 tropical cyclone is moving slowly northwest of New Caledonia but is not expected to reach land.
A Solomon Islands watchdog says a Government move to establish a policy monitoring unit will be cumbersome and ineffective.
Te Manu Korihi
A Maori doctor is backing a demand for more stomach stapling operations, after a weight loss surgeon called on more government money to combat the problem.
There are too many schisms between Māori and non-Māori according to a church leader, who is urging non-Māori to work harder to form positive relationships with tāngata whenua.
A Manawatu tribe is making a claim on an ancient argillite adze that was found in southern Wairarapa last year.
Specialist cheese makers are welcoming a decision by the New Zealand and Australian health ministers to allow a wider range of cheeses to be made from raw milk.
Analysts warn more houses are needed after a record number of migrants were attracted to New Zealand last year.
New Zealand Oil & Gas said it was preparing for an extended period of materially lower oil prices.
Fonterra has been forced to trim its milk supply forecast for the season as the flow from parched pastures dries up.
The Labour Inspectorate will be targeting the kiwifruit industry over the coming months to stamp out any employment breaches.
The Government has approved two new primary growth research partnerships (PGP), with the deer and red meat industries. It will fund almost half of a $16 million programme to give venison a boost.
Powerplay with Brent Edwards - Just a couple of months into his new job as Labour Party leader Andrew Little is finding out how difficult it can be.
Powerplay with Brent Edwards - Two years after the Government abandoned plans to overhaul the Resource Management Act it is now set to make sweeping changes.
Insight reports on Queenstown bar owners who say they are in the best position to manage drinking in the resort and say extra regulations are not needed. (AUDIO)