Latest Bulletin: 6 am Friday 27 November
ANALYSIS: The tide of migration to Australia is turning, with more New Zealanders choosing to stay here or come home, says Jane Patterson in this week's Power Play.
An extra 12 fire crews have had to brought in overnight to help battle a large forest fire in Marlborough.
One person is dead after a head-on crash between two trucks in Bay of Plenty.
The mother of an intellectually disabled woman who had her benefit wrongly cut has welcomed an apology from Work and Income.
Labour Party leader Andrew Little's visit to an Australian detention centre has validated how he feels about the country's immigration laws, he says.
Global average temperatures in 2015 are likely to be the warmest on record, with this year's temperatures running 'well above' any previous 12-month period. (COMMENTS)
Vanuatu's chiefs have today met with the president, Father Baldwin Lonsdale, asking him to hold off any pardon of the 14 former MPs in jail on bribery convictions.
Te Manu Korihi
Plans are under way to get every one of Auckland's 1.4 million residents speaking te reo Māori.
Animal rights activists opposing plans to build one of the country's biggest caged chicken farms in South Auckland have staged a protest outside the Environment Court.