Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has confirmed it has identified another so-called "witch doctor" after a 3 News investigation revealed the astrologers were on the run after receiving cash from vulnerable Kiwis.
The disgraced British politician at the centre of a drugs scandal has resigned from the House of Lords.
Murray McCully has thanked US Secretary of State John Kerry for his "patient diplomacy" in achieving a nuclear agreement with Iran.
After a special investigation last night, 3 News has heard from numerous people in the Indian community who have been duped across the country.
In the hours before the shooting, US President Barack Obama had spoken about the United States' problem with gun violence.
Allegations of prison rape and extortion have been added to claims against the Mt Eden prison run by private operator Serco, which is already under fire for violence.
Education Minister Hekia Parata has announced she will allow Whangaruru School in Northland to continue operating, because they will struggle to find schooling elsewhere.
Former Corrections Minister Judith Collins is playing down talk she could be tapped to replace the embattled Sam Lotu-Iiga.
The operator of Mt Eden Corrections Facility, Serco, has been fined $300,000 over its running of private prisons in New Zealand in the past financial year.
Kevin Clarke of the Northcote Residents' Association is alarmed there's no plan for parking at the northern side of the SkyPath.
There are concerns about the fate of gay refugees who are being resettled in countries where homosexuality is illegal.
The Government has moved to fix a flaw in the law around speed limits set by local councils, which could have let thousands of motorists escape fines.
A precedent hasn't been set for legalising cannabis following the one-off allowance of a cannabinoid oil to treat Nelson teenager Alex Renton, Peter Dunne says.
Sir Mark Solomon wants iwi representatives to have input when decisions are made about water.
Auckland's disabled community is furious about a proposal to scrap the city's only disability advisors.
There have been more than 8000 weird, wonderful and actually quite good suggestions for which ensign should represent our fair country.
Some of the people with Chinese-sounding names used by Labour has been using to attack offshore buyers have been visited by 3 News.
The Government will spend $28.6 million on three technology-focused graduate schools in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch over the next four years.
Greece's parliament has voted for tough new austerity measures.
US President Barack Obama says the new deal with Iran means 'every pathway to a nuclear weapon is cut off'.
Nicky Hager's lawyer says if police can carry out raids on journalists and force them to reveal information "that would have a chilling effect on future informants".
The Govt has moved to tighten regulations around the export and extraction of swamp kauri, but critics say it won't change a thing.
Unfair provisions in zero-hour contracts are being outlawed but casual employment will still be possible under changes to employment law the Government is proposing.
The Government will begin talks with the health sector about how a national bowel screening programme could potentially be rolled out.
Moves are afoot to allow the use of medicinal cannabis following the death of Nelson teenager Alex Renton who was undergoing experimental treatment using the product.
Labour's Damien O'Connor has been ordered out of Parliament for refusing to apologise for accusing a minister of giving a misleading answer.
Starting today, it is now free to take any child under the age of 13 to the doctor.
Housing Minister Nick Smith says progress is being made, despite predictions Auckland could be 60,000 homes short by 2020.
NZ is set to get the biggest boost to its transport network ever, with the release of the $13.9 billion National Land Transport Programme - but the Government has gone back on its promise of 10 new bridges for Northland.
New Zealand First MP Ron Mark appears to be making a move for a leadership position among rumours he is trying to roll the party's deputy.