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.
The gunman sentenced to life in prison for the mass killing of 51 worshippers at two New Zealand mosques could serve his sentence in his native Australia.
The Australian gunman who killed dozens of people during attacks on two mosques in New Zealand has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
New Zealand mosque gunman Brenton Harrison Tarrant has told a judge he will not speak in his defence at his sentencing hearing for the mass shooting of worshippers in Christchurch.
A man who was shot and wounded in the New Zealand mosque attacks had a simple message for the mass-murderer responsible: “You are the loser, and we are the winners.”
Relatives and survivors from a mass shooting at two New Zealand mosques described in court on Tuesday how more than a year later, they are still having trouble sleeping, enjoying life and providing for their families.
The white supremacist who killed 51 worshippers at two New Zealand mosques had intended to burn down the mosques afterwards, a prosecutor said in court on Monday.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has delayed the country’s national elections by four weeks as it deals with a new coronavirus outbreak in its largest city, Auckland.
New Zealand’s government has extended the lockdown of its largest city, Auckland, for another 12 days as it tries to stamp out its first domestic coronavirus outbreak in more than three months.
Health authorities in New Zealand were scrambling on Wednesday to trace the source of a new outbreak of the coronavirus as the nation’s largest city went back into lockdown.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said four coronavirus cases have been found in one Auckland household from an unknown source.
A New Zealand man found guilty of murdering a British backpacker has appealed against his conviction and punishment.
A couple who were stranded on the Falkland Islands during their honeymoon due to coronavirus have hitched a ride back home to New Zealand.
Former All Black Andy Haden has died at the age of 69 after a long battle with cancer, New Zealand Rugby have announced.
The New Zealand team celebrated their first Test victory at Lord’s on this day in 1999, having won the second Test against England by nine wickets on the fourth day.
The British and Irish Lions concluded the 1983 tour of New Zealand with a record-breaking defeat.
Long-serving politician Judith Collins will lead New Zealand’s opposition National Party into a general election against a popular government in just over two months.
New Zealand’s opposition leader Todd Muller has quit after less than two months in the role and two months away from a general election.
The Australian white supremacist who has admitted killing 51 worshippers at two New Zealand mosques has dismissed his lawyers and will represent himself when he is sentenced next month.
New Zealand’s national carrier has put a temporary hold on new bookings for flights into the country while the government tries to find enough quarantined hotel rooms for people returning home.
Australia rugby league coach Mal Meninga has reportedly confirmed that negotiations are under way for the Kangaroos to play New Zealand’s rugby union team in a 14-a-side hybrid game later this year.
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.