House prices are rising ever higher, shooting up an average of 7.7 percent in the year to March.
The jury deciding whether or not Mark Lundy murdered his wife and child has entered its third day of deliberations.
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The pet industry is rejecting claims it promotes puppy mills, following concern about online puppy sales encouraging intensive breeding for commercial gain. (AUDIO)
The number of sexual assaults jumped last year though the overall crime rate fell. Figures released by Statistics New Zealand and the police show the crime rate dropped in 2014...
Immigration New Zealand says it is working hard to keep up with the new and inventive ways some immigrants are coming up with to beat the system. (AUDIO)
Prominent campaigners against rape and sexual violence have formed a national set of goals to combat what they call rape culture.
The Environmental Protection Authority has been subjected to some blistering criticism at an energy conference in Auckland.
Morning Report has covered four decades of major national and international news and this morning marks its 40th year on air. (VIDEO)
Police are warning retailers about an increase in the number of counterfeit notes being used.
Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee says NZ troops now have the right to defend themselves in Iraq but Labour and NZ First are calling for more details. (AUDIO)
The jury deciding whether or not Mark Lundy murdered his wife and child has retired for the day.
The New Zealand cricket team has been welcomed home by cheering fans at Auckland International Airport and The Cloud on Queen's Wharf. (VIDEO)
The mother of Labour MP Carmel Sepuloni has been sentenced to four-and-a-half months home detention for illegally receiving benefits totalling about $34,000. (AUDIO)
Greenpeace and other anti-oil lobbyists have been accused of using bogus science in their attacks on the oil industry.
Trade Me and animal rights groups are tightening regulations governing the sale of puppies online in response a campaign against the practice known as puppy milling. (AUDIO)
The parents of the Wellington man jailed in Myanmar for insulting the Buddhist faith say they need more help from the New Zealand Government.
A group of tertiary institutions says cut-price competitors are poaching their foreign students and taking millions of dollars in fees. (AUDIO)
A man accused of carrying out an axe attack in Upper Hutt in December last year which left one person dead and three injured, has reappeared in the High Court in Wellington.
The jury deciding whether or not Mark Lundy murdered his wife and child is into its second day of deliberations.