Watch 6PM Bulletin
Starts 7th April
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The jury in the Mark Lundy murder retrial will resume deliberations tomorrow, after failing to reach a verdict today.
Sex offender Stewart Murray Wilson will live in a house on the Whanganui Prison grounds after being granted parole today.
Teina Pora will not face a retrial after the Privy Council quashed his convictions for murdering and raping Susan Burdett.
Police have apologised to the victims of an elderly Otago man who has been sexually assaulting boys in north Otago for 30 years.
A car in the sea off the Southland coast belongs to a missing Southland boy's step father, police say.
The beaching of a large number of dead poisonous porcupine fish on a Taranaki beach is being blamed on commercial fishing trawlers.
A doctor and two medical centres have been reprimanded after a heart patient died just months after the transfer of his medical records was botched.
Energy and Resources Minister Simon Bridges today announced four offshore and three onshore areas will be available for oil and gas permitting.
The death of a man after jumping from the top of an 11-storey crane in Wellington Harbour has left its owner pleading for others not to do the same.
A proposed change to Auckland liquor laws would mean bottle shops and supermarkets near schools would have to stop selling alcohol for one hour a day.
Punch 4 Purpose was billed as a boxing contest between two churches to raise money for suicide prevention. But the charity that was meant to receive the proceeds didn't get a cent.
Lachlan Forsyth travelled to Northland to hear what voters want to see change and whether they think their newest electorate MP will be able to do anything about it.
Transport Minister Simon Bridges isn't sure an extension to Wellington Airport's runway will have national benefit.
A plane with engine problems attempting to land at Christchurch Airport this afternoon has prompted an emergency callout.
Government ally the ACT Party has berated National for the way it tried to bribe Northland voters.
What killed a Wellington woman whose body was found in bush above a school in the town belt may never be known.
Zespri says this season's kiwifruit volumes are forecast to be back to the levels they were prior to the Psa virus hitting the $1.3b industry four years ago.
A person has died after two cars crashed in the Western Bay of Plenty.
Two dozen protestors gathered outside a petroleum summit in Auckland today after the Government unveiled new areas of the country that could be explored for gas and oil.
The mystery pooper who terrorised an Invercargill pool may have finally retired.
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