The controversial founder of Megaupload wants a sum equivalent to about 3.5 percent of New Zealand's economy.
"We know virtually nothing about submarine volcanoes."
Inspector Kelvin Lloyd said that the broadcast interfered with a callout to a man pointing a gun at a motorist.
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To defy a New Year’s drinking ban, a group of people in New Zealand built their own tiny private island and piled on it to ring in 2018 with alcohol.
It is not the first time that these animals and their relatives have turned up on beaches.
The two-ton Hoodwinker sunfish doesn't have lumps, bumps or a snout, as other sunfish have.
The Lions have a chance to pull off a remarkable series victory.
New Zealand's Drug Foundation proposed alternative punishments for people caught with paraphernalia, including intervention sessions and rehab therapy.
In Christian-majority New Zealand, even religious leaders believe the law should go
The party used a tune titled "Eminem Esque" in an campaign ad in 2014.
Grizz, a 10-month-old puppy, was shot dead after an hours-long search.
The 7.8-magnitude quake prompted a tsunami warning that sent thousands fleeing to higher ground.
Staff found octopus marks leading to the drainpipe and out into the ocean.
It’s time for a new crop of players to carry the sport forward in the new year.
The announcements follow calls by Angela Merkel for European countries to open their borders.