Indian national who groped two women sent to prison
An Indian man living in New Zealand has been sent to prison for pulling down a Japanese woman's bottoms before indecently assaulting her and groping another woman so hard she cried out in pain.
Vijaydeep Teja, 27, pleaded guilty...
Aotea Square feels Affinity for Alzheimer's
Auckland's Aotea Square is to be illuminated by a large dazzling and interactive sculpture which aims to shine light on one of the country's most common - but frequently overlooked - health conditions.
Around 60,000 New Zealanders...
Auckland set for wettest days of the year
Auckland is set to experience one of the wettest 48-hour periods the city has had this year.
Weatherwatch.co.nz analyst Philip Duncan said there weren't many parts of the country that often received set-in rain for more than 24 hours.
Labour backs lawyer's foreign house buyer query
Labour has renewed calls to ban foreigners buying New Zealand houses after an Auckland lawyer claimed numbers were much higher than official figures have revealed.
Phil Twyford, Labour's housing spokesman challenged official data...
Auckland mayoral candidate Mark Thomas pledges veto powers on council decisions
Auckland mayoral candidate Mark Thomas is promising to give Aucklanders veto powers on council decisions.
Under his local democracy policy, Thomas said Auckland Council was on life support.
"Only 15 per cent of Aucklanders are...
SkyCity dealer who stole $45,000 from casino dodges prison, gets home detention
The casino dealer who helped steal more than $45,000 from SkyCity by overpaying two of his associates has escaped a prison sentence.
Chandra Reddy, 34, of Mt Roskill, was sentenced in the Auckland District Court this afternoon for...