Police are investigating the serious assault of a man that occurred at approximately 3.30am on 4 September 2016 on Elliott Street, Auckland City.
The 18-year old-victim was approached by the offender who punched him in the face.
A front is expected to move eastwards across New Zealand during Sunday. This front will bring a brief period of rain to many areas, especially to those in the north and west of the country.
The Kickstarter campaign launched to raise funding for a brand new product called Flexo has rocketed past its original target. Flexo stands to change the face of playing with construction toys such as LEGO. It was invented by Mark Stolten, a New Zealand engineer.
A person has died in a crash which occurred on North Road, approximately five kilometres north of Clevedon, Auckland.
The car crashed into a tree at approximately 11:40am this morning killing one occupant and injuring the second.
Animal advocacy organisation SAFE is urging PM John Key to do the right thing and reject the promised ‘gift’ of an elephant from the Sri Lankan government.
What’s living in our soil? Biology pupils look for answers.
The Metagenomics Day, which is in its sixth year, gives local biology pupils the opportunity to learn some of the latest DNA sequencing techniques.
Shannon Te Ao has been announced tonight as the winner of the Walters Prize 2016, New Zealand’s most prestigious contemporary art award.
QPEC believes that the central question to ask of the Productivity Commission's proposals on tertiary education is, What is in the best public interest?
Motorists are being asked to drive to the conditions around Ettrick, while authorities respond to reports of flooding in the area.
Police have been told a stretch of SH8 is covered in water, following reports of a large electrical storm.
Police advise that State Highway 39 at Ngahinapouri in Waikato is closed in both directions due to a crash.
A vehicle has hit a power pole.
No one is trapped.
Motorists are being advised that diversions are in place.
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