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A high-profile criminologist believes he is the victim of a smear campaign by "ISIS-like" university feminists, but students say he is simply upset by criticism of his book.
People who left the religious community told government investigators Gloriavale leaders knew about sexual and physical abuse, but did almost nothing about it.
With their home on the frontline of the fight against the Port Hills fire, Doug and Vikki Pflaum spent the night hoping, but in the morning the worst news came. Video
Businesses in Kaikōura are considering their options as summer spending in the quake-hit town lags.
Tony Guthrie believes red-zoning his Kaikōura property is his only hope of moving on. He is not alone.
As 2016 draws to a close, we salute those who stayed true to their identity this year.
Analysis - On Sunday, Rebecca Black became the fifth New Zealand jockey to die on the racetrack in 15 years. Joelle Dally examines the sport's safety record.
A Christchurch police officer with a gambling problem took $1000 from a student caught speeding, claiming he would help get his sentence reduced.
Analysis - Murdered teenager Olivia Hope's father, Gerald, has walked away unconvinced by her convicted killer's claims of innocence. What couldn't he reconcile? Audio
Analysis - David Shearer's early exit would push the taxpayer's by-election bill this term to $3m. Would a snap election save some pain?
Judith Collins, Bill English or Jonathan Coleman will be Prime Minister on Monday. Here's what you need to know.
Members of the Balclutha marching team got into a "physical altercation" with a truck driver on Sunday.
A look back at some pivotal moments in Prime Minister John Key's three terms in the top job.
Analysis - Seven men are dead, one is missing, presumed drowned, and three others are mourning their mates. Did lax rules or the skipper's decisions contribute to the tragedy, asks Joelle Dally. Audio
Passengers from the Celebrity Solstice were involved in two fatal road crashes in 45 minutes.