The Chief of the Defence Force admits the number of charges against NZDF personnel involved in our Iraq mission is "high" after 1 NEWS analysed newly-released documents.
The problem involves not only soldiers, but police, medics, firemen, sexual abuse survivors and even train drivers, Bill Blaikie says - and he wants the Government to step up.
Seven army instructors at The Army Depot at Waiouru are under investigation, with two leadership members having been replaced.
The Defence Force is struggling to sell 20 light armoured vehicles (LAVs) that have been sitting idle for seven years because they are surplus to requirements.
The Acting PM has spoken about the Government’s huge defence spend on TVNZ1's Breakfast today.
Captain William Howard Hughes Jr., 66, told investigators he had become depressed about his job and decided to flee in 1983.
Relive all the developments as US President Donald Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un met for the first time at a historic Singapore summit.
An allegedly leaked Pentagon report has revealed first-hand accounts of the bizarre "Tic Tac" object.