John Key flatly denies suggestions NZ installed controversial spyware to collect data from the Southern Cross cable.
Claims that Honolulu crew were "trashed" and wouldn't have been able to fly even if plane was airworthy.
Two boys fled police in a stolen car, driving for about 30km before getting caught.
Todd Blackadder has a chance to go where no man has gone before him in Super Rugby.
Auckland couple say their new apartment is uninhabitable thanks to internal pillars they weren't warned about.
The Chinese firm that bought the Crafar farms has signed a conditional deal for another large block.
Grandmother of drowned toddler says the convicted mother lives with "pain and hurt" every day.
Video captures moment of gas explosion in Taiwan that killed at least 24 and injured 271.
John Banks says he has "unimpeachable, watertight" evidence to exonerate him as he's sentenced over donations.
With a busy athletics schedule ahead, there's every chance NZ's Games team could crack the half-century.
The outlook for a handful of tankers holding some $300 million worth of Kurdish oil is not looking good.
Jailed finance company fraudster poses an "undue risk to the safety of the community".
Parents who buy fancy school lunch gear say it's worth it as it lasts longer than disposable items.
Hamilton husband and wife team hope to put smiles back on 100 deserving faces.
Successor to Curiosity to include a include a super-laser and stereo vision.
Rarer than the bikini selfie and far, far rarer than the duckface selfie - behold Kim Kardashian minus the warpaint.
The star's five bedroom gated community mansion shows that being Legally Blonde pays off.
Bees are worth $5.1 billion to the New Zealand economy each year, but all is not well with them.
First he got $100,00 to study bogans, now there's another $300,000 for a TV documentary on his work.
Breastfeeding selfies, toddler tantrums and hating on A-listers make for a bubbling cauldron of comments.
Vicki Anderson talks to pioneering rock chick, Ann Wilson, of '70s band Heart.
Bosnia has faced hardship and heartbreak, but the spirit of the nation will make anyone a big fan.
Whether it was intentional, as a dare or a barf-making accident, tell us about the grossest thing you've eaten.
An "intimidating" sports car was trailed by helicopter searchlights through Auckland streets last night.