New Zealand’s housing crisis
New Zealand’s number of homeless citizens is increasing and are now being temporarily placed in motels. An estimated 41, 000 people have been reported to need shelters in the country of 4,749,598.
New Zealand to buy Boeing P-8 aircraft in $1.6-billion deal to boost monitoring of Pacific
New Zealand agreed to buy four Boeing P-8A Poseidon maritime surveillance aircraft through the United States' foreign military sales programme, its defence minister said on Monday (July 9).
Joshua defeats Parker by unanimous decision in heavyweight title fight
Anthony Joshua beat New Zealand's Joseph Parker by unanimous points decision on Saturday in a world heavyweight title unification bout that left the golden boy of British boxing one belt away from becoming undisputed champion.
Sailors rescued from yacht in high seas off Australia's coast
Two sailors are rescued from a yacht heading for New Zealand after they were stranded in raging seas off the coast of Australia's New South Wales.
Stokes arrives in New Zealand, stays mum on playing plans
Stokes lands in New Zealand amid Ashes speculation.
New Zealand and Peru battle to 0-0 draw in playoff
New Zealand hold Peru to a 0-0 draw in World Cup playoff first leg.
Denmark, New Zealand and Poland strike gold in World Cup sailing
Rush to finish events before Typhoon Lan strikes Japan.
New Zealand gets its youngest leader in 150 years
New Zealand will get its youngest prime minister in more than 150 years after the small, nationalist New Zealand First Party agreed to form a new government with Labour Party leader Jacinda Ardern, ending the National Party's decade in power.