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The strip-searches of two high-profile prisoners at an Auckland prison was unlawful, the High Court has ruled.
Students living in university accommodation in Auckland, Christchurch and Dunedin are having their say about mental health care.
An Auckland woman says she will never buy Fonterra products again after finding 11 steel ball bearings in a tub of ice cream.
A tenant whose landlord was forced to fix an ankle-deep swamp under their Auckland rental says her baby is still getting sick.
The first New Zealander to go on trial for insider trading is claiming the company's poor performance was the reason he sold off nearly half his shares before the price dropped.
An Auckland Council staffer at the helm of its new pest management strategy has received death threats.
Auckland motorists have expressed mixed emotions about forking out more than $13 million in the first month of the new Regional Fuel Tax.
A University of Otago study has found New Zealand's elderly are overmedicated and suffering early injury and death.
Despite headlines about dire business confidence after ANZ's latest survey, small businesses have reported doing well.
Trainers and punters alike have expressed their shock over an unprecedented inquiry into race-fixing in the harness racing industry.
Ticket holders who showed up to Nigel Farage's speaking event in Auckland last night were met with a crowd of screaming protesters.
New Zealand detainees inside Australia's Yongah Hill Detention Centre say they would rather go back to jail than stay in the facility.
An inquest into a prisoner's death, which helped spark the Mt Eden prison fight club inquiry, has heard he told medical staff he had been assaulted before he died.
The Department of Conservation and the Defence Force have teamed up to build a nest site for New Zealand's critically endangered fairy tern ahead of breeding season.
The police are still looking for clues about a missing Chinese tourist who disappeared from an Auckland suburb two months ago.
A Supreme Court decision to protect a Coromandel property from being developed is being hailed a victory for conservation.
New Zealanders face a challenge convincing people that cultural differences are an asset, a Massey University academic says.
The District Court is weighing up how young offenders with brain damage and disabilities can better access support while in the justice system.
The portrait of Ahinata Te Rangituatini by New Zealand artist Charles F Goldie has gone under the hammer for $384,000.
A protest against far-right Canadian speakers Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux has gone ahead this evening despite the duo's speaking event being cancelled.
An Indian widow whose husband drowned at a Hawke's Bay beach earlier this year has been granted respite in her fight to stay in New Zealand.
Scrawny, malnourished and anaemic were the words used to describe the state of a young Auckland man who died after a suspected heroin overdose.
A coronial inquest into the death of an Auckland man who died after a suspected heroin overdose has begun.
The lead researcher of a new study that has found nearly a quarter of women drink alcohol during the first three months of pregnancy says the findings prove more needs to be done.
The victorious Black Ferns have been welcomed home after winning the Rugby World Cup Sevens in San Francisco. Video, Audio