One of the NZDF's most senior-ranking officers has been stood down over allegations he failed to declare a romantic relationship with a subordinate.
Is rape or assault a problem in the New Zealand Defence Force?
Soldiers at the base of five Kiwi troops killed in Afghanistan have raised $12,000 for a trust set up in their comrades' memory.
Afghan interpreters working with forces in Afghanistan make a sound case for being allowed to live here, John Key says.
The body of a soldier who died during an army training exercise last week is to be returned to his family today.
New Zealand navy ships will be allowed to visit United States defence ports for the first time in 26 years.
US Secretary of Defence Secretary Leon Panetta will visit New Zealand next week, the Government has announced.
There has been good news, coming out of something very sad.
The email said a culture of risk-taking had developed and it was possible someone could be killed.
The Greens say NZ should get its troops out of Afghanistan as soon as possible.
The families of about 30 former armed forces personnel will be given medals this week to recognise the service of their loved ones.
New Zealand soldiers in Afghanistan will return home by the end of April next year – a year-and-a-half earlier than first planned.
New Zealand's Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) in Afghanistan will be withdrawn by the end of April next year, the Government has confirmed.
The Taliban is saying that more Kiwi troops are going to die in Afghanistan, and a NZ private security operator agrees.
It's the question the Prime Minister has been fielding all day – why can't our troops leave now?
Lance Corporal Jacinda Baker is the first New Zealand woman killed in a combat zone since the Vietnam War.
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard has extended the nation's condolences to New Zealand for the loss of three Kiwi soldiers in Afghanistan.
The two New Zealand soldiers killed in Afghanistan have been farewelled from Bagram Air Base and their bodies are due back in New Zealand on Thursday, the Defence Force says.
New Zealand troops were sent to keep the peace in Afghanistan’s Bamiyan province. But exactly two years to the day since our first soldier was killed there, another two have been killed in the very same area.
Two New Zealand soldiers have been killed in Afghanistan and a further six injured in New Zealand’s darkest day since the war began in 2001.
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