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As world leaders meet in Paris, students, academics and police met at the University of Waikato to discuss ways of combating violent extremism.
Dame Fiona Kidman has taken out the country's most prestigious literary prize.
Most of the Royal Commission into the Christchurch mosque attacks may be held behind closed doors.
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has paid tribute to the unity displayed in New Zealand following the Christchurch mosque shootings.
Auckland University's Vice Chancellor maintains students' claims of a growing white supremacist movement are "utter nonsense" - but admits he doesn't know the extent of any extremism on campus.
Auckland University's vice chancellor has agreed to tackle discrimination on campus, but he's standing by an earlier statement that a growing white supremacist movement is "utter nonsense".
The Auckland University Students' Association is backing students who have complained about a growing white supremacy movement on campus.
Korean pop music is sweeping the world, and a group with a massive smash hit has a New Zealand member and some strong local connections. Video
A student says she and others are not happy with Auckland University's response to complaints of a growing white supremacy movement on campus, and has protested at a graduation ceremony.
A group of Auckland University students are so afraid of a growing white supremacist movement on campus they are thinking of dropping out.
The Commerce Commission is fighting a High Court decision to decline their application for an interim injunction against controversial ticket reseller Viagogo.
Auckland Art Gallery has appointed Kirsten Paisley formerly of Australia's National Gallery as its new director.
The Rotorua man who killed his ex-partner at her Auckland home in December knew exactly what weapon he would use and the clothes he would wear when he carried out his plan.
A man who brutally stabbed his ex-partner to death at her south Auckland home late last year will spend at least 17 years behind bars.
Haji-Daoud Nabi is finally resting in peace. Seven days ago, he was the first to be shot by the gunman. Video
A member of Christchurch's Muslim community says he does not feel safe returning to his place of worship, following the attack that killed his friends and cousin.
The family of a man killed in the Christchurch mosque massacres say they find some comfort knowing their father died praying and in the place he loved most.
An Auckland councillor says the Piha community may have to help fund multi-million dollar projects to tackle extreme flooding in the area.
The owner of a Thames plastic recycling plant gutted by fire for the second time in a year suspects a lithium battery sparked the latest blaze.
A Teapot Valley family is calling on the government to provide further support after their land was destroyed by fire crews fighting the country's largest bushfire. Video
A Canadian human rights commission is reportedly investigating a complaint of workplace harassment against the incoming director of Auckland Art Gallery.
A Redwood Valley property was burgled during a fire evacuation and a number of valuable and personal items were stolen, police in Nelson say.
Evacuated Redwood Valley residents who returned home last night say they're still on edge after having to leave their properties for a second time. Video, Audio
The Commerce Commission is preparing a case against Viagogo, after its bid for an interim injunction against the website is dismissed.
The Commerce Commission has hit a hurdle in its fight against controversial ticket re-seller Viagogo.