The New Zealand Defence Force will spend $135 million on hundreds of new trucks equipped with armour and weapons.
The Defence Force says it will review its commitment in the Golan Heights, on the border between Syria and Israel, after the abduction of a Kiwi peacekeeper.
A New Zealand Defence Force peacekeeper has been released after a five-hour abduction in a contentious Israeli border area.
A navy frigate is again being sent to help combat piracy in the Gulf of Aden, near Africa and the Middle East.
Labour MP Phil Goff looks unlikely to face prosecution for releasing a suppressed document about the suicide of a Kiwi soldier in Afghanistan.
MP Phil Goff may have broken the law by releasing part of a suppressed report into the death of a Kiwi soldier in Afghanistan.
Part of the New Zealand Defence Force withdrawal from Afghanistan has been put on hold.
The New Zealand Army has reportedly been charged in relation to the death of a soldier.
Two New Zealand soldiers were wounded by "friendly fire" during a battle in Afghanistan, according to reports.
Dawn services have been taking place around the country to commemorate the sacrifices of those who have died in battle.
Amalie Brown, 14, speaks about why Anzac Day is important for her and her family.
Mike McRoberts speaks with Group Capt Kevin McEvoy, who says it's "nice" to see the community embrace Anzac Day.
Last August the New Zealand Defence Force experienced its most deadly month in years.
How did taking part in World War I change who we are as a nation?
Tomorrow is Anzac Day, when we acknowledge the sacrifices made by those who've served and fought for New Zealand.
An Afghan interpreter who helped NZ troops in Bamiyan wants the Government to offer relocation to more of his countrymen.
One in five Defence Force staff would rather be working elsewhere, results of a new morale survey show.
Thirty Afghan interpreters and their families have touched down in Auckland, six months after they were promised a safe home here.
Afghan interpreters who helped New Zealand forces in Bamyan started a new life this afternoon when they touched down on Kiwi soil.
The SAS soldier who went to the aid of an injured comrade while under a barrage of small arms fire will be posthumously awarded the New Zealand Gallantry Decoration.
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