South Auckland's brand new Kohuora Prison has a phone and computer in every cell and a bunch of people aren't happy about that.
Forty-seven percent of New Zealanders believe cannabis should be legalized for medical use—a 10 percent bump from the same survey conducted more than a decade ago.
The planned merger of emergency and non-urgent telephone hotlines may see people at high-risk of suicide face more barriers to finding help, and cut jobs in the process.
The country currently relies more on geothermal power than on gas—but its neighbor Australia is still clinging to coal.
The story of John Key tugging a waitress' ponytail has turned into a debate about journalistic ethics, losing Sight on the core issues.
Kiwi weed enthusiasts are suffering through their worst cannabis drought in more than 15 years, and nobody knows why.
Gay activists in NZ say they're tired of banks getting into bed with them for profits. And now they've got the pink paint to prove it.
Publishers for the Detroit rapper allege the party breached copyright by using a track that sounded like 'Lose Yourself' in a campaign advertisement.
A habit of victim blaming does nothing to help New Zealand's high prevalence of sexual violence which is paired with a dismal conviction rate.
Most people remember their first time inside a strip club. For New York–based filmmaker Tom Gould, that rite of passage was so memorable he made a film about it 14 years later.
Rodeo opponents argue that the practice is cruel, and unlike its American equivalent, holds no place in New Zealand culture.
If you expected a closer result out of New Zealand's weirdest election to date, you were wrong.