New Zealand’s prime minister Jacinda Ardern became the latest world leader to congratulate US president-elect Joe Biden on his election victory, saying she had offered to share her nation’s expertise on dealing with the coronavirus.
Scotland’s Finance Secretary Kate Forbes has urged the Chancellor to inject another £98 billion into the UK economy to help mitigate the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
The father of Grace Millane, the British backpacker who was murdered in New Zealand, has reportedly died of cancer.
The New Zealand Police force has incorporated a hijab into its official uniform, with the first officer to wear it reporting that it “feels great”.
Argentina recorded a first win over New Zealand at the 30th time of asking with a 25-15 Tri-Nations tournament victory in Sydney.
Welsh rugby was still reeling from World Cup embarrassment when Warren Gatland was appointed head coach of the national team on this day in 2007.
Great Britain’s rugby league side put New Zealand to the sword in Hull on November 3, 2007.
New Zealand made history as they became the first side to retain the Rugby World Cup with a 34-17 win over Australia in a thrilling final at Twickenham on this day in 2015.
Tributes have been paid to a 'terrific' north-east football player and coach who died aged 71.
New Zealanders voted to legalise euthanasia in a binding referendum, but preliminary results released on Friday showed they likely would not legalise recreational marijuana use.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has described her landslide election victory as an endorsement of her government’s efforts to stamp out the coronavirus and reboot the economy.
New Zealand’s prime minister Jacinda Ardern has won a second term in office in an election landslide of historic proportions.
Jacinda Ardern appears to be heading for a landslide win and a second term as prime minister during early vote counting in New Zealand’s election.
Polling places have opened on election day in New Zealand as Jacinda Ardern seeks a second term as prime minister.
England’s international friendly against New Zealand in November has been called off due to travel restrictions caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
A police officer killed in the line of duty at a custody centre died from a gunshot wound to the chest, an inquest has heard.
New Zealand’s high commissioner to the UK has made an emotional visit to the scene where police officer and countryman Sergeant Matt Ratana was killed.
Jonah Lomu may not have been the force of nature he once was when he signed for Cardiff, on this day in 2005, but his brief cameo in Wales was testament to his enduring pulling power.
India has reopened its parliament after more than five months as the country continues to report the highest daily level of new coronavirus infections in the world, with daily virus deaths remaining above 1,000.
England will play New Zealand in a friendly at Wembley in November, the Football Association has announced.
In the 1950s and 60s, the train sheds at Ferryhill in Aberdeen were alive with the sight and sounds of magnificent engines, billowing steam and smoke, full of the noise of these superb machines and the skilled men who worked on them.
Nicola Sturgeon continues on the path of spreading alarm by endorsing a policy of mask-wearing in schools where there is no clear scientific evidence as to their efficacy in relation to flu-type viruses.
Neil Gaiman has apologised after returning to Scotland from New Zealand during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Police Scotland officers have spoken to the writer Neil Gaiman who admitted to travelling more than 11,000 miles from New Zealand to his house in Skye in breach of Scotland’s lockdown rules.
Writer Neil Gaiman has been criticised after he admitted travelling more than 11,000 miles from New Zealand to his house in Skye in breach of Scotland’s lockdown rules.
A world on lockdown: What measures are in place, when did they start and what cautious steps have been made towards normality?
As the UK Government prepares to publish its plans for gradually moving out of lockdown this week, we take a look at the first, tentative steps back to normality that are beginning to emerge from Europe.
Sir Elton John intends to play his remaining shows in New Zealand this week despite being forced to cut short a performance in Auckland on Sunday night, his tour promoters said on Monday.
The severe smoke caused by months of wildfires burning in Australia will circle the Earth and reach the country again, Nasa has said.
A carer who has created up to 100 huge sand art drawings at Aberdeen Beach has told how he uses his skills to help people with mental health problems.
A trial which hides “likes” on Instagram is to be expanded to the United States.