Several Year 10 students have been suspended from a vicious fight at Nelson College for Girls.
Christopher Crean was gunned down by gang members when he was acting as a Crown witness against Black Power.
Britain's Royal Society for Public Health wants activity icons on food packs showing how long it takes to burn off the contents.
ONE News reporter Renee Graham had a special tour of the annual Homegrown music festival.
The soldier was accidentally shot by a hunter who was with another party.
Ambiguity around new health and safety guidelines has seen Greytown School place a temporary ban on tree climbing.
Greytown Primary School says it wants to reinstate tree climbing once it's clarified new health and safety laws.
Thousands signed the petition, which urges the government to address "polluted" waterways too dangerous for kids to swim there.
More than 16,000 New Zealand soldiers fought in the WWI battle.
It's now believed double the soliders landed on the Turkish Peninsula than originally thought.
New Zealand’s gun laws are coming under scrutiny after a spate of recent incidents.
One expert says the suggestion all firearms should be registered is "absolute crap".
It is claimed new export rules have seen dozens of Kiwi brands fold.
The 400 metre dirt track was built using soil from a construction site at Victoria University.
The tourism industry is calling on DOC to consider charging tourists more than kiwis for the use of its facilities.
"We want to feed the people who will pay really high prices for NZ's excellent products."
Marcus Gardner says the conditions were difficult and worsening.
"I only did what I should," said 91-year-old Bill Gilliland.
These young conservationists are taking their work to the great outdoors.
Take a look back at the year that was for the Royal family.
This new smartphone app gives Abel Tasman trampers weather and wildlife info.
Animals rights advocates say the Ministry of Primary Industries has a conflict of interest.
Corrections Boss Ray Smith said corrections still expected to be working to remedy issues at Mount Eden Prison for some time.
The large native parrot was technically extinct in this region of the upper South Island.
Authorities insist it is not a threat, provided good food safety practices are followed.
'We literally double scrubbed for this', said teenage sailors on the Spirit of New Zealand.
Five hundred locals shared refreshments with Prince Charles and Camilla before they jetted back to Auckland.
The landscape by famed British artist William Strutt cost $1.5m but conservators say to have it on show for everyone to look at is priceless.
A big beautiful bernese mountain dog took the top prize at the show in Porirua.
The controversial stock food is blamed for destroying the rainforest habitat of endangered animals.
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