As Russel Norman stands down as Greens male co-leader, Metiria Turei has praised him for building the party's economic credibility and driving it forward.
More than 700 contraceptive devices are on show at Te Papa for an exhibition celebrating the life and career of a kiwi pioneer in sexual health and contraception.
After 24 years at TV3 it was an emotional occasion for John Campbell as Campbell Live aired its final show.
Brendon McCullum has batted away criticism of his team ahead of the second Test against England starting tonight.
They play different sports and have different personalities, but the Wheeler brothers are both striving to make their mark on the sporting landscape.
The family of a five-year-old autistic Christchurch boy who died from serious head injuries are "extremely upset" by his death, police say.
Lotto New Zealand is urging syndicates buying tickets to take precautions after an Australian syndicate took a member to court.
The Ministry of Education is asking schools to consider uniforms that are gender-neutral.
A Whanganui man has told a court he completely loved and trusted a woman he met online and never imagined he was falling for a trap that's landed him on trial in Bali for drug smuggling.
Metiria Turei has confidence the Green Party will pick the right co-leader for her, because "they haven't made any wrong decisions so far".
3D will this Sunday bring you the story of Peter Gardner, the young Kiwi who could face death after being accused of drug smuggling in China.
A prominent sex educator is praising the Ministry of Education's updated sex education guide.
The Whanganui man accused of smuggling 1.7kg of methamphetamine into Indonesia has spoken at his trial.
In the last 30 years, gay rights in New Zealand have come tremendously far but men convicted of homosexual activity still have those convictions on their record.
Parnassus sheep farmer Mike Bowler's determined not to let the stress of the situation get him down - he's found a rather unique way of ensuring it doesn't.
A press conference ahead of the Under20 World Cup that kicks off on Saturday descended into farce as FIFA officials refused to discuss the corruption scandal.
Kiwi light-heavyweight Robert Berridge has had his technique overhauled before next weekAAAs IBO world title fight.
There was no political interference during the initial police probe into whether John Banks had falsely declared donations from Kim Dotcom anonymous, the independent police watchdog says.
The Massive: Men against Sexual Violence walk is the first hikoi of its kind to be organised by men, and will last for 17 days, covering 400 kilometres.
One of the four contenders for the co-leadership of the Green Party says if elected, he'll be able to take votes off National rather than Labour.
Police are investigating how a Christchurch five-year-old sustained serious head injuries after going home from school.
For the first time on a news or current affairs programme, John Campbell has rare insight into what takes place.
Campaigners against the use of surgical mesh have told a select committee there is new evidence that the polypropylene mesh degrades in the body, causing severe pain and complications.
The National Party caucus is divided, with backbench MPs staging a revolt against their own party's health and safety reforms.
The lawyer for a terminally-ill woman seeking the right to die has accused the Crown of scaremongering.
Two missing deer hunters are safe and well after finding their own way out of the Kaimai Ranges.
A 53-year-old man has been arrested after police were called out to an "incident" on Auckland's North Shore today.
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.
Police are looking for two men who allegedly robbed an Auckland liquor store with a machete and a shotgun on Monday night.
Allowing young teenagers to terminate pregnancies without their parents' knowledge is the only good part of our abortion law, argues Family Planning.
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?
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.
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.
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.
Nelson City Council thinks the Government should foot the bill for the region to have its water fluoridated.
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.
A nine-year-old boy is fighting for his life at Auckland's Starship Hospital after a tragic incident at his school in Napier.
Tristram Clayton returned to Papakura Cemetery to find out So how is the police investigation going.
Thanks to the dedicated work of scientists in New Zealand and around the world a vaccine to fight the tumours returning is being developed and has had some real success.
Prime Minister John Key has admitted the Christchurch Convention Centre looks like it's going over budget - so what does our Earthquake Recovery Minister have to say?
The lower South Island has been hit by a second early snowstorm, dumping up to 30 centimetres in central Otago.
The Prime Minister says it's now uncontested that Teina Pora didn't murder Susan Burdett, but says he won't be rushed into offering an apology.
Prime Minister John Key says National MP Maurice Williamson has made it "really, really clear" he's not looking to leave National for ACT.
Snow has dusted hills as far north as Taupo and Hawke's Bay as an icy blast sends temperatures tumbling.
Teina Pora says he wants an apology more than compensation, but the Prime Minister isn't convinced.
Roads have been blanketed by snow across the country as a southern blast hits New Zealand.
In his first-ever TV interview, Teina Pora has demanded an apology from the police for the way they managed his case, and thanked those who fought for him while in prison.
The predicted cold snap is here, and with it has come a blast of snow to the South Island.
Parking wardens are being issued with GoPro cameras in Whakatane to reduce the amount of abuse they suffer.
Firefighter Dave McHattie took part in the Sky Tower Stair Challenge, along with his fire brigade team who saved his life.
Around seven colony cats are living free in the Northland town, but now the council says they need rounding up and rehousing.