The city council in Christchurch is redistributing its tourist funding — which means the Wizard is getting a pink slip.
Police shot and killed a man who stabbed and wounded six people in a supermarket.
The team said it was carrying out a variety of measures aimed at improving its cultural inclusivity.
The queen’s representative in New Zealand said discussions took place during the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's 2018 visit.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern participated in a Samoan forgiveness ritual, as part of an apology for the country's racially charged "Dawn Raids."
The orca calf, named Toa, which means hero in Māori, is receiving round-the-clock care.
Criminal gangs in Australia and New Zealand thought the ANOM app was safe from snooping. It wasn't.
The landmark bill would entitle mothers and their partners to three days of paid leave after a miscarriage or stillbirth.
The co-leader of New Zealand's Māori Party was unsurprised about Meghan Markle's revelation.
It's a prickly situation.
A woman who was supposed to avoid all physical contact with others for 14 days ended up having a close encounter with the man working at the quarantine hotel.
Pandemic restrictions limit crowds and gatherings to ring in 2021 as many popular locales urged residents to stay home.
A chilling report on the Christchurch massacre is an indictment of institutional Islamophobia — in New Zealand and Silicon Valley — that led to 51 deaths.
The report concludes that despite the shortcomings of various agencies, there were no clear signs the attack, which killed 51 worshippers, was imminent.
"My first solo experience out of America allowed me to experience a new form of liberation."
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said she had voted in favor of both referendums.
A “yes” vote on both referendums would arguably make the nation of 5 million one of the more liberal countries in the world.
“We’ve got someone who obviously got an education in America," Winston Peters said after a man demanded he provide proof that COVID-19 was real.
The only continent free of the novel coronavirus has been called a "safe little bubble."
The judge imposed the maximum available sentence on 29-year-old Australian gunman Brenton Harrison Tarrant.