Latest Bulletin: 12 am Sunday 2 November
Prime Minister, John Key, will give his much awaited speech on New Zealand's response to the threat of foreign terrorist fighters on Wednesday.
A teenager has been arrested and charged with the murder of young star rugby league player - Luke Tipene - in the Auckland suburb Grey Lynn last night, police say.
The return of code-hopping centre Sonny Bill Williams and injured flyhalf Dan Carter will be centre-stage when New Zealand play the United States in Chicago on Sunday.
Hundreds of frontline primary and community healthcare workers in the Auckland region have been preparing to identify and treat suspected cases of Ebola.
Review - The excitement was palpable at Lorde's sold out crowd at the TSB Arena in Wellington last night, where she showed her talent has been refined on the world stage.
New Zealand troops are taking part in a march through the Western Australian port town of Albany this afternoon as part of First World War commemorations.
Mental health specialists say a nation-wide discussion on sexual consent is needed, in the wake of a police investigation not resulting in charges for teenagers involved in a sex-ring.
Groups fighting for the Ross Sea and East Antarctic coastal region to be a marine protected area say it is tremendously disappointing that their bid has failed for a fourth time.
MetService has issued a severe weather warning ahead of a front that was expected to bring heavy rain and high winds to the South Island's west coast, and the lower North Island.
New Zealand's workplace health and safety regulator, Worksafe, says proposed changes to how the forestry industry operates will make a difference.
Insurance payouts for the Canterbury earthquakes have hit the $13 billion mark, with over half of all private claims settled, the Insurance Council says.
Commemorations are being held to mark 70 years since 733 Polish refugee children arrived in New Zealand from war-torn Poland. The children arrived on 1 November 1944. (AUDIO)
Two men aged 61 and 63 are in a serious but stable condition in Middlemore Hospital after their plane crashed near Pukekohe this afternoon. Both were thought to be experienced pilots.
Social Housing Minister Paula Bennett says Housing New Zealand will remain as the dominant provider of social housing for those who need it, despite the sale of state houses.
Maori Party list MP Marama Fox has been confirmed as the party's new female co-leader following the retirement of Tariana Turia, at their AGM today.
The New Zealand rugby league team have come from behind to narrowly beat Samoa 14-12 in their Four Nations clash at Whangarei.
The Silver Ferns ended their season with a 52-38 win in the second test against England in Palmerston North, snapping their six game losing streak in the process.
Big-serving Canadian Milos Raonic upset world No.2 Roger Federer to make the Paris Masters semi-finals and stay alive in the race to reach the World Tour Finals.
Investigators say there is a massive search site after a Virgin Galactic spaceship making a test flight in California crashed, killing one pilot and badly injuring the other.
A split has emerged within Burkina Faso's armed forces over who is leading the country following the resignation of President Blaise Campaore after 27 years in power.
French police say a further two unidentified drones have been spotted flying over the country's nuclear plants, bringing the total to nine this month.
The French Polynesian president says he is rejecting rumours that his government is to face a no-confidence motion from within the ruling Tahoeraa Huiraatira Party.
The Nauru government has condemned a recent attack on young refugees, saying it will not tolerate any such violence.
Australia says it will give Fiji just under eight million US dollars to support job creation and local business in Fiji.
Te Manu Korihi News
The Forest Industry Contractors Association is welcoming the recommendations of a major review into safety and workplace practices in the industry.
An auction house that sells many paintings by reknowned artist Charles F Goldie says they could be banned from leaving the country in the next few years.
A rarely screened 1970s film by New Zealand's first Māori filmmaker will be revived on the big screen in Hawke's Bay this Sunday.
New Zealand's largest bank, ANZ, is expecting the economic environment to be favourable for it over the next year.
New Zealand's largest bank, ANZ, has lifted its annual net profit 25 percent, crediting an increased market share, productivity and credit quality.
New Zealand shares rose again today, with the benchmark Top 50 Index hitting a fresh record of 5388 for the sixth trading day in a row.
The early season potato crop is now being harvested around the country as planting of the the main crop, to be harvested next year, begins in earnest.
The Government has beefed up rules covering the treatment of animals at rodeos, including banning the use of sheep and fireworks.
Asparagus growers are worried about the impact that closing a major canning facility will have on their industry.
On The Inside
After a poor showing at this year's election and the leadership up for grabs, Labour is desperate to turn its fortunes around. Insight talks to voters about what's gone wrong. (AUDIO)
Ahead of Solid Energy's decision this month on re-entry to the Pike River Coal Mine main tunnel, Gay Cavill considers what is proposed and the hurdles that remain. (VIDEO)