Voting in the New Zealand flag referendum is well underway, but the latest 3 News-Reid Research poll suggests Prime Minister John Key's goal of changing it will fail.
A 3D investigation has discovered the organised, premeditated exploitation of foreign workers is rife, where takeaway workers can be earning less than $4 an hour.
Mr Clarke is a Kiwi convicted of violent crimes in Australia who is now forced to call New Zealand home.
Mr Nash is now embarrassed, and his party is unhappy with the links to Mr Lusk.
Simon Lusk is ruthless, remorseless and has no boundaries.
There's "no doubt" NZ's terrorism threat level will be discussed following the attacks in Paris, says Deputy PM Bill English.
The UN chief and leaders from around the world have vowed to stand with Paris and against terrorists everywhere after deadly attacks in the French capital.
Seven detainees at the Christmas Island Detention Centre are being transferred to a facility in Perth.
There was huge drama today in Parliament. Several MPs staged a walk-out after they were shut down by the Speaker.
The acrimony over Christmas Island detainees fuelled more anger and another walkout at Parliament today.
US President Barack Obama has joined Facebook, using his first message on the social network to encourage people to get onboard efforts to address climate change.
Prime Minister John Key and Labour leader Andrew Little have sat down for a royal audience with the Prince of Wales.
The Australian Prime Minister has honoured a bet with his New Zealand counterpart by wearing a black-and-white tie in parliament today.
Len Brown has announced he will not seek another term as Auckland's mayor.
The Victoria and Albert Museum in London is denying it rejected a collection of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's clothes because they were not fashionable enough.
Labour MP Phil Goff has confirmed he will launch his campaign for the Auckland Mayoralty on November 22.
Former Labour leader Phil Goff says he will announce before Christmas whether he will have a tilt for the Auckland mayoralty next year but won't yet confirm the date.
In Syria, Alawite residents are being used as human shields against forces loyal to the government and President Bashar al-Assad.
"He is not that tall, and I am not that short, OK?" Prime Minister John Key insists about his photo with Sam Whitelock.
Prime Minister John Key has admitted he'll need to find some smaller All Blacks to get photographed with if they are to win the Rugby World Cup final tomorrow morning (NZT).
The green light has been given for a genetically modified organism to be brought into the country for a clinical trial for a new liver cancer treatment.
The Australian government has come under fire, with Amnesty International calling for a Royal Commission of Inquiry into claims officials paid people smugglers to return a boat of asylum seekers to Indonesia.