19:04 NZDT Tue Sep 30 2014
A Hamilton woman was seriously injured after being attacked by her dog, injuries which may have been worse but for the help of a passer-by.
18:22 NZDT Tue Sep 30 2014
About 500 protesters have marched to Sky City Convention Centre in Auckland wanting to stop a possible deep sea oil drill in Northland.
17:41 NZDT Tue Sep 30 2014
A 19-year-old man has been flown to Christchurch Hospital with critical injuries after a three-car crash in Waikuku, north of Christchurch.
17:00 NZDT Tue Sep 30 2014
David Cunliffe's cousin Simon is standing aside as Labour's media director while the leadership election takes place.
16:40 NZDT Tue Sep 30 2014
NZ First leader Winston Peters says sending troops to Iraq would be a big step to take and there should be a vote on it in parliament.
15:23 NZDT Tue Sep 30 2014
Labour MPs want a quick end to the party's leadership crisis, with a primary election held before an inquiry into the campaign concludes.
15:02 NZDT Tue Sep 30 2014
Two ships are expected to arrive in the new search zone for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight this week.
14:59 NZDT Tue Sep 30 2014
A female tourist is dead after a crash on a Canterbury highway, while another three people have been taken to hospital with injuries.
14:16 NZDT Tue Sep 30 2014
They may be on the verge of being consigned to history, but the New Zealand Law Society says fax machines could make a comeback as a way to fight hackers.
13:52 NZDT Tue Sep 30 2014
An arrest warrant has been issued for two men who police say have been stealing from the elderly in Invercargill.
13:42 NZDT Tue Sep 30 2014
Maori Television executive Carol Hirschfeld is leaving the broadcaster to join Radio New Zealand as its head of content.
13:40 NZDT Tue Sep 30 2014
A former Mighty River Power engineer accused of fraudulently issuing invoices to the electricity company will face the charges at trial.
09:49 NZDT Tue Sep 30 2014
New Zealand has presented its case for a seat on the UN security council at the general assembly in New York, firing off a salvo at the organisation.
09:43 NZDT Tue Sep 30 2014
The Antarctic summer season has begun and a flight carrying 32 core staff to Scott Base has managed to take off from Christchurch after a 24-hour delay.
09:27 NZDT Tue Sep 30 2014
Police want to track the driver of a car that failed to stop after a crash in which a motorcyclist suffered serious injuries in Whanganui.
09:13 NZDT Tue Sep 30 2014
A 37-year-old Mount Maunganui man who told family he was going for a short walk on Saturday still hasn't been found.
07:39 NZDT Tue Sep 30 2014
A Jamaican pimp who based himself in Queensland has avoided a life sentence in the US federal prison system.
06:30 NZDT Tue Sep 30 2014
A lamb with two heads born in New Zealand on Friday has surprised medical experts by surviving for a fourth day.
04:01 NZDT Tue Sep 30 2014
Winston Peters says Prime Minister John Key doesn't need "a political corpse" like the ACT Party when National has a majority in its own right.
04:01 NZDT Tue Sep 30 2014
W Golie Roofing is fined $45,000 and ordered to pay $3000 reparation after a worker fell from a roof while safety gear was on site and not being used.