Housing: the crisis that just keeps on keeping on.
The Retirement Commissioner Diane Maxwell is now calling for the superannuation age to be lifted to 67, but not for another 18 years.
New Zealand and Australia have an extraordinarily close relationship, thanks in part to the recent 'bromance' between John Key and Malcolm Turnbull.
A man found guilty on dozens of trafficking and exploitation charges has been sentenced.
The father of an 18-month-old who drowned in an inflatable pool has been discharged without conviction.
The Government has decided to repair the badly damaged coastal route to Kaikōura.
Two fishing companies are being praised for changing their operations to help protect the endangered Maui dolphin.
The Banking Ombudsman is warning about the perils of high-risk online trading.
A marine life expert says it's possible a seal that bit a German tourist in Abel Tasman National Park was just trying to play.
The Wellington City Council is reopening part of the Molesworth St cordon, and says quake repairs are increasing in speed.
Three people have been rescued from a fishing trawler that ran aground near Lake Ellesmere in Canterbury.
One paramedic even had a bow and arrow pointed at his head and another had his back broken by a patient he was treating.
The pieces were among more than $1.45m worth of artworks and cash donated to New Zealand's national museum.
It's been one month since the Kaikōura and North Canterbury earthquakes, and you might recall a small place called Ward suffered a devastating direct hit.
Two Auckland brothers who lost their home when their father died of cancer have now lost many of their belongings too, including possessions from their late father.
Frustrations have reached boiling point as locals of a small Northland town fight to have a notoriously dusty logging truck route sealed.
Tourists who are planning a trip to South Africa may now have to factor in a trip to Wellington first in order to obtain a visa in person.
The tar seal is down, and the electronic signs are up - all ready to welcome the Waterview Connection's first drivers.
The Filipino workers were told to get on with the job - four storeys up with no safety gear.
Massey University Chancellor Chris Kelly has stepped down after making controversial remarks about female veterinary students.
The 10-hour search of Mr Hager's home was part of the police investigation into the hacking of Cameron Slater's emails.
Will sheep milk one day replace cow milk as Kiwis’ drink of choice? One Nelson family is banking on it, saying it’s healthier and better for the environment.
Recycling, sorting the glass from the garden waste and dividing contents into the right bins is something most of us are in the habit of doing.
For the past four weeks, Story has been running a 'get rich quick' scheme to see if regular people can make money off trading or if you need to be an expert.
A Wellington woman has successfully auctioned off a section of her butt to be tattooed.
An 18-year-old German man received severe bite wounds to both his legs after swimming with seals in the water at Separation Point.
Our model is different from Sweden's, which still views paying for sex as a criminal activity, in an effort to stem sex trafficking.
Former primary school principal Michael Hogan has been sentenced to nine years and three months prison.
The winner of Saturday's $10 million Powerball prize says she wants to bring her family back together for Christmas, for the first time in over 10 years.
More fire crews and a third helicoptered have been called in fight the "out of control" vegetation burn-off near Matakana.