Māori military veterans’ to share experiences

The New Zealand Defence Force will hear fresh accounts of Māori military veterans' experiences at the second hearing week of the Wai 2500 Military Veterans... Read More

Broken down truck causing delays on SH29

A truck has broken down on State Highway 29, causing significant traffic delays. A SunLive reader has phoned in saying there is a truck that has broken down... Read More

Live: Follow all the latest updates in NZ politics

Documents reveal Associate Health Minister Casey Costello rejected compromise options on smokefree laws, and the government has announced an inquiry into school... Read More

Boy, 4, accidentally given anti-psychotic drug

A four-year-old boy with hay fever who was accidentally given an anti-psychotic drug had to be rushed to hospital after suffering what appeared to be a severe... Read More

Fine days expected to close meteorological summer

After a dry February so far, the last week of meteorological summer starts off wet for the North Island, with settled weather for the South Island. Heavy... Read More

Woman reported missing found safe and well

UPDATE 8.17AM: The Bay of Plenty woman reported missing earlier today, has been found. In a post on Facebook earlier this morning, police issued a plea for... Read More

Whakaari eruption victims' families speak in court

The family of a couple killed in the Whakaari White Island eruption have told a sentencing judge they want the companies involved held to account. Emotional... Read More

Veterans of British Nuclear testing recognised

Up on the upper deck of a navy ship in the late 1950s, back to the blast, listening to the countdown to detonation. First was the flash, then a rolling thunderclap... Read More

Inaugural Netball NZ Hall of Fame inductees

Twelve of netball's most influential figures, including administrators, umpires and players, have been included in the first intake of inductees to the Netball... Read More

Government backs police to crack down on gangs

The coalition Government is restoring law and order by providing police new tools to crack down on criminal gangs, says Justice Minister Paul Goldsmith and Police... Read More

BOP woman's 12 month dairying journey

Since being awarded Dairy Manager of the Year for the Bay of Plenty at the New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards in 2023, Chihiro Hanyuda has spent the last 12 months... Read More

Native snails heading for extinction - DOC

New Zealand has some of the most spectacular land snails in the world, but they're sliding to extinction - and climate change is a major factor. The latest... Read More