Gia Garrick
Nigel Urwin was previously given the highest-ever sentencing indication of any New Zealander.
Palmerston North man sentenced for child pornography depicting rape, bestiality
Use of de-escalation room at Wellington mental health unit labelled as 'punitive treatment'
Man who died of suspected suicide in Wellington mental health unit was 'jovial' before death
Psychiatrist says there is a 'lack of resources' at hospital mental health units as coronial inquiry into patient's death begins
Man admits stealing nine guns from Palmerston North police station
Thousands of people in the capital faced big delays.
One week after Wellington train derailment, KiwiRail no closer to knowing cause
Local communities are suffering, farmers say, and the Minister of Forestry has responded.
Farmers concerned that international foresters are taking the best land
Volunteers offering programmes inside prisons are often hampered by a lack of basic facilities.
Minister of Corrections keen to make volunteer work inside prisons easier
Dozens of people were asleep inside the Marae when it went up in flames.
Tapu-te-Ranga spokesperson says whānau are 'determined to rebuild the marae'
Mental health professionals say without funding emergency nurses and other ED staff will continue to quit.
Fresh calls for government to fund front line mental health specialist
Many of their names won’t be widely known.
Community heroes recognised in Queen's Birthday Honours List
Three of four people charged in Wellington kidnap, torture case plead not guilty
Research shows the risk of testicular cancer for firefighters is double that of other jobs.
Calls for law to acknowledge high rates of cancer among firefighters - ‘Dying at record numbers’
Senja’s twitchy ear had Wellington zookeepers worried, so they took the rare step of putting her under full anaesthetic.
Wellington Zoo's 90kg Sumatran tiger goes under to treat ear infection
A file image of two police officers.
Four people appear in court following months-long investigation into kidnapping of woman in Wellington
Police this week have been delivering safety tips and going through emergency plans with religious organisations.
Police offer advice to Christchurch's religious community as threat level lowers to medium
The apartments are named after an ultra-conservative public servant, Berkeley Dallard.
Family opposes name change for Wellington apartments named after ultra-conservative public servant
The mayors of three French towns with close ties to New Zealand are in the country for Anzac Day.
French mayors visit New Zealand to honour the fallen soldiers of ANZAC
Hospitality New Zealand has taken its plan to council a year after it was proposed.
Wellington bar owners will see new rules to prevent sexual violence