Big Wednesday prize not yet claimed
No-one has yet come forward to claim the massive Big Wednesday Lotto prize drawn last night.
Morris murder accused name suppression continues
The man accused of murdering Connor Morris will retain name suppression after his lawyer filed an appeal this afternoon.
Calls for local communities to recieve more royalties from extraction
Local Government New Zealand is calling for communities to be given their slice of the oil and gas pie.
Arrest after further WINZ threats
A man's been arrested for allegedly making threats against a Hamilton Work and Income office.
Another Dunedin Council employee quits over car scandal
Another high ranking Dunedin City Council employee has quit in the wake of Citifleet investigation.
Hamilton police looking for witnesses to sex attack
Hamilton police are appealing for any witnesses to an attack on a local woman Tuesday evening.
Hamilton girl narrowly avoids abduction
Police are reinforcing the "stranger-danger" message after a Hamilton girl's narrow escape.
Severe storm coming in Auckland, Northland
A severe weather warning has been issued for Northland, Auckland and Great Barrier Island.
New Zealand company patents melanoma detection technology
New Zealand listed company Pacific Edge has been granted patent for its melanoma cancer detection technology.
Christchurch police hunting TAB robber
Christchurch police are hunting a man who robbed a local TAB this morning.
Mt Wellington chemical spill cleanup continues
The clean up of a chemical spill near Auckland's Mt Wellington Highway is continuing this afternoon.
Football coach stood down after stripping initiation ritual
A male coach has been stood down by private Auckland all-girls school St Cuthbert's after a teenaged member of his team stripped down to her underwear and fishnet stockings in the middle of a busy Rotorua street.
Insurance Council to complete over-cap repairs by 2016
The head of the Insurance Council is confident they will live up to their promise of completing over-cap repairs by 2016.
Samsung unveils two smartphones
Samsung has unveiled two smartphones and a virtual reality headset.
Christchurch to rebuild community facilities
The Christchurch City Council will give more than 40 million dollars to rebuild community facilities.
Cut in duty-free tobacco allowance
A sharp cut in the duty-free tobacco allowance is just around the corner.
Accused people smugglers deny charges
The first people to face charges of human trafficking in New Zealand have denied the charges against them, in an appearance today in the Nelson District Court.