Crime And Justice
One person critical, another in custody, after South Auckland stabbing incident
A man has been transported to hospital in a critical condition with the offender known to police.
Man critically wounded at Auckland Harley Davidson store believed to be Killer Beez gang president
Philip Arps
Businessman pleads guilty to distributing objectionable material after sharing Christchurch attack videos
Acting Central District Commander Inspector Sarah Stewart says finding the suspect is "our absolute priority".
Police hunt for man who stole 11 firearms from Palmerston North police station on Anzac Day
Man arrested after shooting inside cafe at Karapiro
Calfornia court weighs in on whether Charles Manson follower deserves to be freed
Cohen made a series of damning allegations around the 2016 Presidential election.
Michael Cohen claims he pleaded guilty to crimes he didn't commit
A victim said she felt robbed of her youth by the 81-year-old comedian.
Bill Cosby renews attacks on trial judge as he seeks bail while appealing sex assault conviction
Europe Correspondent Joy Reid has the latest from Gallipoli on the eve of Anzac Day.
Turkish police arrest man allegedly planning to carry out attack on Anzac Day commemorations at Gallipoli
Tensions high at Soloman Islands election, police call for people to 'remain calm'
Crimes of Adelaide sex tourist the most serious case of sex offending in Australia, court hears
Ngāruawāhia cenotaph damaged by vandals, won't be fixed in time for Anzac Day
Middlemore Hospital seeks to stop rising violence in emergency department
CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND - MARCH 15: Police officers cordon off the area after gunmen attacked the two mosques and fired multiple times during Friday prayers in Christchurch, New Zealand on March 15, 2019. At least nine people were reportedly killed in shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, local media reported Friday.

 (Photo by Diederik van Heyningen/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
Man, 18, charged with possessing objectionable material relating to Christchurch terrorist attack granted bail
Prison officers seek longer sentences for inmates who attack them
It was a sculpture meant to lure locals and visitors to the centre of the city, but some visitors have been enjoying it too much.
Hunt on for alley cat stolen from Christchurch tourist attraction
The death toll from the Easter bombing has risen to over 300, with 500 injured.
Sri Lankans demand answers from officials for ignoring Easter attack warnings
Man charged with murder of Tauranga toddler
Police name man shot dead in south Auckland
A file image of a New Zealand Police vehicle.
Man charged in relation to serious assault incident in Auckland
Jussie Smollett.
Prosecutor in Jussie Smollett case receives death threats after charges dropped
A small remembrance cross placed on a cemented sand bag by the Langemark cemetery, in Flanders Belgium, with a red poppy in the middle and the letters R.I.P. written on the top of the cross.
Huntly Anzac crosses vandalised over Easter to be replaced
They say the bylaws are inconsistent with the prostitution reform.
Differing brothel bylaws could be putting sex workers at risk
Government may not meet target to add 1800 police in three years
The 24-year-old died in hospital after the early Saturday morning incident on the corner of Queen St, Vulcan Lane.
Man dies in hospital after being assaulted in Auckland's CBD in early hours of Saturday morning
A small remembrance cross placed on a cemented sand bag by the Langemark cemetery, in Flanders Belgium, with a red poppy in the middle and the letters R.I.P. written on the top of the cross.
'Lowlife' drive-by vandals destroy numerous Anzac Day crosses in Huntly
Victims of abuse in faith-based institutions were added to the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Historical Abuse last year. Some say it has muddied the waters.
Survivors of historical abuse in state care call for separate inquires to prevent religious bias
Ghosn faces charges of lying about his pay package and personal use of company assets.
New indictment in Japan expands case against Nissan's ex-chairman
Detective Libby Bradford with the Pēpi Koha Packs.
Hawke's Bay police build trust with Pēpi Koha Packs, given to babies going without the basics
Police scuffle with protestors during a yellow vest demonstration in Paris, Saturday, April 20, 2019. French yellow vest protesters are marching anew to remind the government that rebuilding the fire-ravaged Notre Dame Cathedral isn't the only problem the nation needs to solve. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco)
Outrage after some French protestors urge police to commit suicide