A New Zealand man has been cleared of raping his estranged wife while pretending to be her young lover in a case partially inspired by the novel “Fifty Shades of Grey,” a report said Tuesday.
New Zealand's government is selling a 20-percent stake in the national airline as part of a contentious asset sales policy.
New Zealand police are facing mounting criticism for the way they've handled an investigation into a group of teenage boys who bragged on Facebook about having sex with girls who were drunk and underage.
New Zealand is to ban shark finning in its waters within two years, Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy announced Sunday.
New Zealand ordered an inquiry Thursday into allegations police botched an investigation into an online “rape club” that preyed on underage girls, and that one victim was told she was “asking for it” by wearing a skirt.
Crash investigators said Thursday that New Zealand needs stricter laws to ensure tourists remain safe after finding the pilot of a hot-air balloon likely smoked pot last year before taking a fatal flight that killed all 11 on board.
Mail will soon be delivered to suburban New Zealand homes just three days a week as the country's postal service responds to the rise of smartphones and the decline of letters.
A feminist parody of Robin Thicke's controversial hit “Blurred Lines” has gone viral on YouTube after being briefly banned from the video-sharing website for being too raunchy.
Winter lacked its usual Antarctic chill in New Zealand this year — to record effect.
Dozens of same-sex couples said “I do” in New Zealand on Monday, taking to the skies and horse-drawn carriages to exchange their vows as the nation became only the 14th in the world to celebrate gay weddings.