National headlines with summaries.
The similarities between a US teenager whose case featured in TV hit Making a Murderer, and Teina Pora's wrongful conviction are "extraordinarily similar", his lawyer says. (AUDIO)
War veterans are concerned Archives New Zealand's proposal to destroy records and case files is an attempt to get rid of evidence before an upcoming Waitangi Tribunal inquiry.
Severely disabled children born in Australia are being denied access to the National Disability Insurance Scheme because their parents are New Zealand citizens.
Many gyms are using "draconian" clauses to lock members into unfair contracts, Consumer New Zealand says.
New Zealanders planning to visit the United Kingdom for more than six months will now have to pay a £200 health surcharge.
The little spotted kiwi has started breeding in Fiordland's Dusky Sound after being wiped out from the area over a century ago.
A protester throwing a sex toy at a government minister is now the global image of Waitangi Day after making international headlines, Prime Minister John Key says.
A case is being mounted against the Australian government over an autistic boy's inability to access the National Disability Insurance.
Up to 500 protesters have made the final march up to the Treaty Grounds at Waitangi. (VIDEO)
New Zealanders laid off amid the big decline in Western Australia's resources industries could be in for a payout following a landmark legal ruling.
There have been 62 alleged crimes involving diplomats and their families in the past two decades, a report into the Rizalman botch-up reveals.
A deadly bee disease blamed for wiping out hives around the world is already established on two properties in New Zealand.
Some roads running through the Auckland Domain are closed after a man was found with serious injuries just after midnight.
Police have arrested the man wanted after a police car was shot at during a pursuit in south Auckland earlier this week.
Maritime New Zealand is worried at the large number of older men drowning in boating accidents.
A silent hikoi in New Plymouth today followed the footsteps of prisoners taken during the sacking of Parihaka in 1881.
Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce, who faced protesters today at Waitangi, has defended the government's negotiation of the TPP. (AUDIO)
There is strong support for the TPP on the East Coast, despite a protest attack on a Whakatane electorate office, Anne Tolley says. (AUDIO)
An inquiry which blames the Malaysia diplomat botch-up on one ambiguous email lets the foreign minister off the hook, Labour says.
A man must pay $110,058 to his former employer after divulging its secrets and helping set up a rival mobile electrical testing company.