A woman is in hospital with critical injuries after she was assaulted on State Highway 1 near Tokoroa.
A Kaipara couple have become the first farmers to release kiwi onto their private land.
Auckland's most popular beach is under threat of development if the Unitary Plan goes ahead.
One person is dead after a shed fire on the West Coast early this morning.
Paul and Yvonne Stokes, and Keith Lush have some good news from Christchurch.
In Khandallah, in Wellington, there is a a piece of road where people drive so recklessly a serious accident seems inevitable.
Shortly KidsCan and Lumino will distribute 8500 packs filled with toothpaste, toothbrushes and floss throughout the country.
A new campaign drawing attention to Canterbury's polluted streams and rivers has taken a highly personal approach.
One person has been injured after a ferry and a water taxi collided in Auckland Harbour this morning.
Last weeks budget acknowledged there had been a ten million dollar under-spend in health workforce training.
Christchurch's red zone areas are gradually being emptied of their people.
A survey shows more than one third of New Zealanders are expecting to struggle to heat their homes this winter.
The four Christchurch schools that have been ordered to close and merge as one have had a message of reassurance.
A Wellington man who says ACC owes him $4.6 million in damages is staging a sit-in protest at the front doors of the corporation's head office.
A stranded orca has been rescued from the Kaipara Harbour after commercial fishermen noticed it stuck on a sandbank.
Around 60 protesters took to the streets this morning to fight against the proposed closure of Phillipstown Primary.
A big protest is expected today as Christchurch's Phillipstown community fights the planned closure of their primary school.
Police Commissioner Peter Marshall says NZers would like an explanation from those charged as to what they were up to.
Viewers overwhelming voted yes to decriminalising soft drugs during TV3's national debate programme The Vote tonight.
The EQC, via its earthquake repair programme, sent someone to help one of the people from the Campbell Live caravan.
Anna Burns-Francis visited the suburb of Woolston where a man has taken it upon himself to help his neighbours.
Campbell Live looks at an initiative to get people walking and whether it actually works.
Four Christchurch schools will merge into one 'super-school', under an interim decision announced by Hekia Parata.
The Green party and an intelligence expert say the GCSB more than likely helped the police spy on those subsequently arrested during the Urewera raids.
Police say they have already made "significant" changes to address the many issues raised in an independent report into the so-called Urewera terror raids.
Much of the Urewera police attention was centred on the small Bay of Plenty community of Ruatoki.
A report by New Zealand's police watchdog into the Urewera terror raids has found police were unlawful, unjustified and unreasonable.
Five Christchurch schools will today find out whether they have a future or whether they will be merged.
More than 70 firefighters have battled a huge early morning blaze at a film processing plant on Auckland's North Shore.
The official judgment on police actions against activists at alleged military-style camps in the Ureweras will be made public today.
The vast majority of Christchurch residents who spoke yesterday did so because of their EQC and insurance frustrations, but then there are some positive stories.
Only a handful of skydivers have survived what happened to Liam Dunne.
Once again Campbell Live has a very powerful caravan of opinion about the private insurers. Responding is Tim Grafton.
The rising cost of preserving one of Dunedin's oldest streets may be a step too far for the city council.
A group of emergency services workers training to become Urban Search and Rescue personnel have undertaken a simulated rescue in Palmerston North.
After a cliff-top home in Christchurch was demolished, the CERA staff and demolition crew struggled with how to get rid of the debris.
An inquiry into the actions of the GCSB has found that the organisation did not break the law by spying on 88 New Zealanders.
A helicopter with a monsoon bucket has been deployed to remove debris from the site of a once-dangerously perched Christchurch house.
Video has emerged of a skydiving incident in Motueka last year, which left a man with serious injuries.
New research suggests that you're likely to do worse at university if you have an inflated view of what you deserve.
32 months after the first earthquake, dozens of Christchurch residents are frustrated with the Earthquake Recovery Commission.
People in Christchurch are reaching the end of their patience a 32 months since the September earthquake.
Steve and Leon's home in St Albans, Christchurch was badly damaged in the September 2010 earthquake.
Twenty-six of Wellington's old commuter trains have been taken off the rails for urgent safety checks.
Details of the police case against two men accused of burning another man to death were made public today.
Christchurch's temporary pallet pavilion has proved so popular that a global fundraising campaign is now underway to keep the venue running for another summer.
The woman who first tried to lift the lid on paedophile James Parker is one of the two people shot dead outside Kaitaia.
The man accused of murdering a Northland husband and wife in a double shooting has appeared in court and been ordered to undergo a psychiatric assessment.
The Government has done a U-turn and will now allow residents in Christchurch's red zone to apply for an extension to stay in their homes for longer.
Officials have blocked off a Christchurch road amid fears a quake-damaged house will fall over a cliff onto motorists.
Hundreds of New Zealand soldiers who died at the Battle of Crete will be honoured at a service to mark the battle's 72nd anniversary.
A nurse and two patients challenging a DHB ban on smoking in acute mental health units say it is a matter of "human dignity".
All 350 passengers on board a commuter train that derailed en route to central Wellington this morning have been evacuated.
Bob Parker says there's a $600 million gap between what his city is prepared to spend on new projects and what the Govt wants.
The opening of an international racetrack in Cromwell has helped resurrect a driving competition that was last run in the '70s.
A man is dead and a woman is critically injured after an incident involving a firearm and a 38-year-old man has turned himself into police.
Now police in one city have reported dramatic results, slashing the number of burgled homes by two-thirds in just two months.
Eventing legend Sir Mark Todd was one of a number of sports stars who have been honoured at Buckingham Palace.
A crew member of a cruise ship who was seriously injured about 240 km north of Cape Reinga was been rescued by helicopter.
Tonight comes the Budget announcement you didn't hear yesterday a Food for Schools.