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A New Zealand man has been convicted of the harrowing murder of backpacker Grace Millane on their Tinder date, but it’s still illegal to report ...
A 27-year-old man was found guilty of murdering Millane in December 2018. A court order to suppress his name has been in place since last year.
From the tall Xi Jinping to the short Michael D. Higgins to the mysterious height of Kim Jong Un, the height of world leaders varies wildly.
Leaders from the UK, Germany, Canada, and New Zealand have condemned President Donald Trump for his racist tweets attacking first-term congresswomen.
New Zealand’s prime minister says she does ‘not understand’ US refusal to change gun laws when her country banned assault rifles 28 ...
New Zealand banned most types of guns less than a month after a gunman killed 51 people at two mosques in Christchurch earlier this year.
New Zealand’s prime minister tactfully rejected an 11-year-old’s plan to start a dragon research program and returned her $5 ‘bribe&...
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern thanked Victoria for writing, but said New Zealand hadn't discovered telekinesis and has no plans for a dragon lab.
The couple are said to have gotten engaged over Easter weekend while at Clarke's family holiday home in Mahia. The couple have one daughter together.
An emotional photo shows Prince William giving New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern a traditional Māori greeting a month after the Christchu...
Prince William is on a two-day tour of New Zealand in order to pay tribute to the victims and survivors of the horrific Christchurch attacks.
Victims of the Christchurch massacre loomed large as Prince William joined New Zealanders and Australians commemorating Anzac Day
Anzac Day honors Australian and New Zealand soldiers who fought a battle on the Gallipoli peninsula on April 25, 1915. Thousands were killed.
New Zealand is offering permanent residency to foreign victims of the Christchurch massacre and their families after many feared deportation
New Zealand announced on Tuesday that it was creating a special visa category for people who were "directly affected" by the attack in two mosques.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern wants Facebook, Google, and Twitter to help slow the spread of violent content online
Ardern said she and French President Emmanuel Macron would host a summit next month to encourage leaders to curb extremist content online.