All commercial and civilian aircraft in New Zealand were temporarily grounded on Tuesday when a fault crippled the nation's air traffic control system, causing long delays and some cancellations.
New Zealand's economic growth eased to a two-year low in the January-March quarter, official data showed Thursday, with analysts warning of worse to come as commodity prices tumble.
Britain's Prince Harry wrapped up a visit to New Zealand and Australia on Saturday by scoring the winning goal in a soccer match and proving he can help capture a crocodile.
Britain's Prince Harry arrived in New Zealand Saturday for a weeklong visit and was soon talking about the country's prowess in rugby, pressing noses with indigenous Maori leaders, and laughing off marriage proposals.
A New Zealand man with a fetish for "fat gummy ladies" who yanked women's teeth out with pliers during sex was found guilty Wednesday of assault and indecent assault.
A strong 5.9-magnitude earthquake rattled New Zealand on Friday, seismologists said, panicking shoppers and residents but causing no major damage.
New Zealand Prime Minister John Key publicly apologized Wednesday to a waitress who labeled him a "schoolyard bully" for repeatedly pulling her ponytail on visits to her cafe.
Residents in cyclone-ravaged Vanuatu hunkered in emergency shelters for a second straight night Saturday after venturing out to find their homes damaged or blown away by the powerful storm, aid workers said.
New Zealand authorities said Tuesday they had received a "criminal threat" to poison baby formula and were taking it seriously, warning parents to examine packaging for signs of tampering.
New Zealand will send troops to Iraq on a 'behind-the-wire" non-combat mission to boost the local military's ability to fight the Islamic State (IS) group, Prime Minister John Key said Tuesday.