National headlines with summaries.
Researchers have found more of the South Island could be in line for a much larger quake than anyone thought.
If you thought our interest in this issue was flagging, think again - and try this DIY flag building tool. (COMMENTS)
The Government is considering mandatory minimum distances for vehicles passing cyclists following recommendations from a cycling safety panel.
Millions of people worldwide have been displaced from their homes. Toby Manhire and Toby Morris examine what it means, especially for New Zealand. (COMMENTS)
The two daughters of a man who bludgeoned their mother to death with a claw hammer say they live in fear that he will track them down once he gets out of prison. (AUDIO)
Earthquake strengthening requirements for unreinforced masonary buildings are to be greatly sped up. (AUDIO)
The world's media have accused New Zealanders of being apathetic about the potential new flags. But some are far from underwhelmed. (COMMENTS)
A disciplinary tribunal has cancelled the registration of a health practitioner convicted of sex offences but says he can reapply for registration once he is released from prison.
Boy wizards, sparkly vampires, BDSM - and now colouring books. Publishing trends are nothing if not unpredictable but is there any substance to the most recent one, beyond trying to colour inside the lines?
Two sisters fighting to lift the name suppression on their abuser say the order was not put in place for the benefit of the offender. (AUDIO)
The Australian Government has ordered the deportation to New Zealand of a senior member of the Rebel Bikies gang Perth chapter.
The Supreme Court has granted an appeal to two Chinese children facing deportation because of their father's drug convictions.
A jury has found an Auckland woman guilty of a multi-million dollar mortgage scam which targeted vulnerable first home buyers.
A trickle of asylum seekers from Libya has started to arrive in the country, amid calls for New Zealand to increase its annual refugee quota. (AUDIO, COMMENTS)
New Zealand and Australia have told the UN they cannot improve their 'inadequate' plans to cut greenhouse emissions because it would be costly. (COMMENTS)
A Porirua man has been charged with the murder of a six-month-old baby who suffered the type of injuries seen in a high-speed car crash.
A quarter of people approaching retirement have no plan for how they will manage their KiwiSaver funds. (COMMENTS)
An Auckland based company has been given the first public warning under legislation aimed at stopping money laundering and terrorism financing.
The debate on the New Zealand flag is unfurling in the global media, with many taking note of locals' lack of interest in the new designs. (COMMENTS)
Department of Corrections figures show assault rates at state-run prisons are just as bad, and in some cases worse, than the privately-run Mt Eden prison.