New trailer for the upcoming Mad Max videogame introduces characters and story.
A missing 14-year-old boy who spent a night in Taranaki bush in freezing temperatures has been found safe and well.
Up to 30 people have been treated for adverse effects after ingesting a new synthetic drug in Auckland.
An international relations expert says Iraqi forces trying to stop Islamic State aren't the "cowards" they've been made out to be.
The high-adrenaline remake features big-wave surfing, wingsuit flying, sheer-face snowboarding and free rock climbing.
Police are looking for two men who allegedly robbed an Auckland liquor store with a machete and a shotgun on Monday night.
Capcom have announced that Resident Evil Zero is getting an HD Remaster, due out in early 2016 for PS4, XBONE, PS3, 360 and PC.
Netflix New Zealand users are being advised to check their bills after some customers were charged as many as 11 separate times in one month.
Allowing young teenagers to terminate pregnancies without their parents' knowledge is the only good part of our abortion law, argues Family Planning.
The Government is brushing off Labour's criticism of plans to open up pockets of vacant Crown land in Auckland for housing development.
West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo AKA DJ Bravo has enlisted the help of his cricketing friends, including Black Caps captain Brendon McCullum for a music video.
Kiwi mountain-biker Kelly McGarry has suffered a shocking crash at an event in China.
Redundant Stockton Mine workers will have difficulty finding jobs, says West Coast MP Damien O'Connor.
Torrential rain has left large parts of Houston submerged and trapped fans at a basketball game.
A Danish radio host has been slammed for killing a baby rabbit while on air, but the station's owner has defended the host's actions.
Police are looking into claims a school bus driver took kids on a 17km, out-of-control joyride.
The Black Caps could be without two of their key players when they try to level the Test series against England at Headingley in Leeds.
Marina Erakovic has gone down fighting on centre court - in her first round match at the French Open, losing to fourth seed Petra Kvitova 6-4, 3-6, 6-4.
Controversial plans to reform the country's health and safety laws have hit a stumbling block with a select committee asking for more time to make changes.
Weather presenter Ingrid Hipkiss has had a rabbit up for adoption at Wellington's SPCA named after her.
A director of Ritchies Transport has refuted claims a bus driver took children on an out of control drive and says several students were "sitting on the buzzer".
We are often told about the special relationship between the two countries, but there's nothing special about being a Kiwi in Australia.
As a new school term gets underway, how much is your child preparing for this brave new world: with pencil and pen, or keyboard?
An Australian $16.6 million (NZ$17.7 million) Powerball winner is in hiding after being accused of ripping off his Melbourne workmates.
The New South Wales Origin captain says the Blues don't fear Queensland after breaking their losing streak last year.
A Sydney mother has reportedly left her two young children behind to join Islamic State (IS) in the Middle East.
The Government's plan to open up public land to help with the Auckland housing crisis is under attack, with revelations the land includes a power substation site.
Things aren't getting any easier for the injury-hit chiefs with Sonny Bill Williams has been ruled out of Saturday night's with the Highlanders.
Kiwi surfer Ricardo Christie is making an impression on the World Surf League just four events into his rookie season on the elite tour.
New Zealand troops will not leave Iraq, despite the advance of Islamic State (IS) militants to within an hour's drive of where our soldiers are stationed.
Bill English has admitted being sideswiped by the SuperGold Card used by people aged over 65.
A seal that's been calling Auckland home over the past two days has been taken back to sea far away from the city.
An update on the markets for May 26, 2015.
Relationships Aotearoa (RA), the country's largest counselling provider, says it has been betrayed by the Government and will close this Friday.
Residents in central Otago had a chilly start to the morning after yesterday's heavy snow, but the gales and polar conditions that plagued the lower South Island have now eased.
A group of intermediate school children were forced to escape out of an emergency exit after a relieving bus driver embarked on a West Auckland joy-ride.
Solid Energy has confirmed 113 jobs will be slashed at its Stockton Mine.
Wellington council workers are bracing themselves for high tide this evening after the cityAAAs south coast was battered with 5-metre waves today.
Ryan M was ejected from the Bachelorette house after drunkely making a rape joke and slapping a lady on the behind.
Central Pulse captain Katrina Grant is facing a fine, censure and suspension for her reaction to an umpire's call in her side's 55-55 draw with the Southern Steel.
NZ First leader Winston Peters clashed with Speaker David Carter during question time on Tuesday and continued to argue over a ruling Mr Carter had made.
Andrew Little: I say cut the crap. Admit you got it wrong, made policy up on the hoof and move on.
Beachgoers with smart phones have recorded the terrifying moment a waterspout made landfall in Florida, picking up a bouncy castle and throwing it metres into the air.
The country's largest counselling provider Relationships Aotearoa will shut its doors at the end of the week.
Allowing a doctor to help a terminally ill woman die would mean she could be surrounded by family rather than being alone, her legal team has argued.
It will soon be illegal in France for supermarkets to poison dated food they're throwing out to stop the homeless and hungry from dumpster-diving.
Black Caps skipper Brendon McCullum is proud of his side despite losing a thrilling first Test at the death against England at Lord's.
The Automobile Association is rejecting claims motorists are being misinformed about changes to vehicle licensing.
Nelson City Council thinks the Government should foot the bill for the region to have its water fluoridated.
Kiwis are able to go back to having 10-year passports because they're produced with state-of-the-art technology, John Key says.
At least 500 people are dead from a severe heatwave sweeping across India, and forecasters are warning it could hang around for the next two weeks.
New Zealand is unlikely to follow Australia's lead and strip passports from people who've become foreign fighters.
It's the second day of Lecretia Seales' High Court fight for the right to die - but opponents say she shouldn't fear becoming dependent on care.
The cold snap to hit the country may be bad news for some, but ski fields are excited for the drop in temperatures.
ACT leader David Seymour is adamant his party had direct contact with Maurice Williamson about jumping wakas, despite the Pakuranga MP's denials.
The final design for the controversial SkyCity International Convention Centre has been released this morning.
England captain Alastair Cook hailed the impact of New Zealand-born Ben Stokes as his side completed a stunning 124-run win over the Black Caps in the first Test at Lord's.
The Waratahs will appeal bans handed to Will Skelton and Silatolu Latu after they upended Crusaders lock Sam Whitelock in a tackle.
A nine-year-old boy is fighting for his life at Auckland's Starship Hospital after a tragic incident at his school in Napier.
Casey Kopua has made her long-awaited return from a serious knee injury to help the Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic beat the Central Pulse