The lawyer for a woman fighting for the right to die with her doctor's help fears allowing other parties to become involved in the case will take too long.
The Defence Force says the main deployment of New Zealand soldiers has left for Australia today, ahead of their training mission to Iraq.
The wife of the Dunedin man who killed himself after killing his two children last year has revealed he raped her on the night she left him.
When AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd's solo album launch failed he sacked a group of staff and threatened to kill one of them. (VIDEO)
The Health and Disability Commissioner is defending a decision not to release names of health workers involved in the case of a boy who died after routine surgery. (AUDIO)
Justice Minister Amy Adams has rejected a request from supporters of Peter Ellis to hold a Commission of Inquiry
An immunisation expert says this year's flu vaccine should be much more effective than the one used in Britain and Europe during their winter.
Anxious to join up and see the world, young New Zealand men joined up in their droves, often lying about their age. Pat Lloyd was one of three brothers from Canterbury who enlisted.
Retired widows and widowers may now be entitled to extended ACC compensation and superannuation because of a landmark ruling by the Human Rights Review Tribunal.
A lawyer says internet service providers offering the GlobalMode service, which allows customers to access blocked overseas content, are probably in breach of copyright laws.
Hundreds of New Zealanders are preparing to stand on Gallipoli's soil this Anzac Day. Kim Baker Wilson is following one family in a Radio New Zealand video series. (VIDEO)
The Government is bracing itself for a substantial fall in revenue stemming from the low price of oil.
Fans brandished their Valyrian swords online after the second episode of Game of Thrones failed to materialise on Sky TV's Neon service last night.
The Prime Minister says the Auckland housing market is not over-valued, as demonstrated by the fact there has been no market correction in the last 45 years.
Television broadcasters are taking legal action against companies offering the internet service Global Mode saying they are breaching copyright law.
Heather Gunter will never forget the sound of her son's heart slowing, then stopping, as she hugged him while he died. (AUDIO)
A baby was stillborn after his mother was given a drug to induce labour despite a history of quick deliveries and the baby's unusual foetal position, an investigation has found. (AUDIO)
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd is due to go on trial today on charges of threatening to kill and possessing drugs.
The coroner's inquest for two Dunedin children shot by their father is expected to examine why the protection order system failed to protect them.
The Government has confirmed it will leave defence force personnel in Afghanistan until the end of 2016.