Police Commissioner Peter Marshall says NZers would like an explanation from those charged as to what they were up to.
The pre-trial hearing for the former Napier city councillor charged with murdering his wife in Canada has been adjourned until next month.
Environment Minister Nick Smith will today make an announcement about the proposed open cast coal mine at Dennison Plateau on the West Coast.
One of New Zealand's leading lawyers says the people of Ruatoki have very strong grounds to take legal action against the police.
A big protest is expected today as Christchurch's Phillipstown community fights the planned closure of their primary school.
A killer driver won't be able to drink or drive for half a year after he is released from prison next month.
Campbell Live looks at an initiative to get people walking and whether it actually works.
The EQC, via its earthquake repair programme, sent someone to help one of the people from the Campbell Live caravan.
As many as four sharks may have been involved in a fatal attack on a swimmer at Muriwai Beach this afternoon.
The biggest brown trout ever caught in New Zealand has been hooked in the central South Island.
Like other pigs, Zorro can't fly - but with the help of his owner Matthew Bell he sure can ride waves.
Hundreds are expected to head to Waimauku in Auckland this weekend to travel down the world's longest waterslide.
Te Papa is our national museum but is it now a national disgrace?
In the playground, in the classroom and on the sports field, Gisborne nine-year-olds Cory Newman and Tom Duncan are inseparable.
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