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The Turkish Embassy in Wellington has moved to quash fears after the country's president said New Zealanders who went to Turkey with anti-Muslim views would be sent home in coffins.
Mohammed Afroz saw hideous scenes of violence and pain as he fled the Al Noor mosque, and while he was injured in the panic, two of his flatmates never came home. Audio
Supporters arrive from outside of the region
A man at the Linwood mosque in Christchurch may have saved dozens of lives on Friday when he hurled an Eftpos machine at the alleged killer then picked up a gun and confronted him.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern spent the day yesterday offering comfort to the grieving relatives of the 49 people killed, and reassurance to the shellshocked city of Christchurch. Video
National Party MP Judith Collins has produced further examples of homes she claims were already under construction when they were brought into the KiwiBuild programme.
Sir Michael Cullen is assuring taxpayers he expects to invoice for no more than two days this month for his fee of $1000 for a six-hour day.
M47 doesn't know his parents, his age or where he was born. In Europe he escaped slavery and then trafficking but was detained in Australia on his way to New Zealand.
In 2002, NZ was embroiled in a scandal over the suspected release of genetically modified corn. But advances in gene editing now have scientists calling for politicians to reconsider their positions.
If New Zealand introduces a capital gains tax, as has been recommended by the government's Tax Working Group, it would bring us in line with most other countries.
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters says the funding signals a shift away from the use of the predator poison. Audio
Residents in Piha who have been left homeless after severe flooding last year feel they've once again been let down by Auckland Council.
The local branch of Huawei is in damage control as it vies to build a next-generation mobile phone network, while contending with daily headlines about the global company's allegedly nefarious…
GCSB Minister Andrew Little says there's going to be diplomatic tensions whether or not Chinese telco company Huawei is allowed to build New Zealand's 5G network.
Hackers continued to drain money from the crypto-currency website days after a police investigation was launched, another crypto website says.
A man has taken his own life at Sydney's Villawood Detention Centre, where New Zealand detainees have been on a hunger protest.
Canadian and Australian citizens have been detained in China and Chinese press has made it clear there will be retribution for Five Eyes nations barring Huawei, a security consultant says.
People being held in three more Australian detention centres, many of them New Zealanders, have joined the hunger protest started by detainees at the Yongah Hill facility in Perth.
Developers of a proposed $1.7 billion waterfront stadium may have the answer to the sticky wicket facing Auckland ratepayers.
About 40 people have tried to reclaim their investments with the New Zealand cryptocurrency exchange Cryptopia, which crashed this week after being hacked.
Drones are coming dangerously close to New Zealand airports twice a week and the aviation industry is taking action.
As if a single stoat on Great Barrier Island was not bad enough, conservationists believe at least two of the highly-destructive pests may have found their way to the previously stoat-free island.
Former Black Cap John Morrison says the International Cricket Council's offer of amnesty to those who report corruption by Sri Lankan players suggests it believes there's a far-reaching scandal in the…
A New Zealand man with links to Christchurch is being portrayed as a key player in a multi-billion dollar scandal enveloping the African nation of Mozambique.
Mozambique has indicted 18 citizens in a $2 billion fraud case involving New Zealander Andrew Pearse, which threatens to bankrupt the country.