Kim Baker Wilson
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
The Police Minister says police haven’t been ordering a group of Auckland cancellations.
RSA and police in standoff over who is responsible for cancelled Anzac Day events
Our terrorism threat level remains at the highest level it's ever been.
More Anzac Day events cancelled as national terrorism threat level remains 'high'
Our terrorism threat level remains at the highest level it's ever been.
Anzac Day service cancelled as terrorism threat level remains 'high' after Christchurch attacks
Second UK man accused of being part of roofing scam pleads not guilty
The High Court judge’s move comes amid ongoing questions around whether the alleged gunman should be named at all.
No cameras in court for Christchurch terrorist attack accused's second appearance
British national accused of being involved in roofing scam pleads not guilty
Among those laid to rest today were Khaled Mustafa and his 16-year-old son, Hamza.
Families attend first funerals for Christchurch terror attack victims, including father and teen son
Sometimes the damage from a traumatic death requires skilful restoration so a new course has been developed to help.
Growing demand for open casket funerals means more challenges for those preparing loved ones final farewell
Tommy Ward, 26 and William Donohue, 25 appeared in the Auckland District Court this afternoon.
More charges laid against British men accused of roofing scam
Customs found 110kg of meth hiding inside a golf cart, with firearms also discovered in the haul.
Accused smugglers of 110kg of meth in golf buggy batteries keep names secret for now
Rain, winds, king tides and even a bit of snow are in the forecast.
Glorious weather about to come to a sharp, sudden stop as NZ prepares for battering
Northland farmers’ stock is being hit hard.
MPI warns Northland cattle rustlers, people eating unregulated meat
There’s been a spike in stock being shot, mutilated and cut up for meat.
Northland farmers warn of vigilante justice if spike in cattle killings continues - 'We'll turn to our guns'