Telecom cancelled the passwords of about 60,000 Yahoo! Xtra email accounts on Saturday night to stop spam being sent from customers' accounts.
The stadium was an ''oasis'' for vintage New Zealand music in Dunedin last night.
A racing car driver remains in Dunedin Hospital after a crash at Teretonga circuit in Invercargill.
The possible placement of additional pedestrian crossings in Mosgiel is being considered.
Flowers, chocolates, teddy bears, balloons, shock and surprise were delivered yesterday. Mike's Couriers owner Mike Williamson (37) said he started Valentine's Day deliveries yesterday at 6.30am.
A Mosgiel woman is angry after synthetic cannabis was sold to her 16-year-old son yesterday.
Eleven Northeast Valley women are ready to play their part tomorrow to end violence against women. The Vagina Monologues co-director and co-producer Emily Duncan said only amateur actors were allowed to perform in plays put on as part of a global movement called One Billion Rising.
The Mornington robberies show the importance of businesses having security measures and plans in place, Dunedin police say.
A Dunedin woman who works with physically disabled athletes in Otago and Southland wants the Halberg Awards to serve as a reminder that all paths to elite sporting success begin somewhere, just like the foundation she organises.
The man allegedly behind three armed robberies of a Dunedin dairy, which left the owner upset and wanting out of the business, was arrested by police last night.
The offshore rescue of a sick fisherman yesterday capped off two ''full-on'' days of varied missions for the Otago Regional Rescue Helicopter.
An 86-year-old man cycling from Hawkes Bay to Bluff stopped in Dunedin yesterday as he repeated a journey he made almost 70 years earlier to save paying for a bus ticket.
An elderly Mosgiel man wants to know why somebody would shoot his beloved cat, leaving him blind in one eye. Dave Radley (76), who adopted Reddy, a 7-year-old ginger tomcat, from the Otago SPCA when he was a kitten, said he had lived alone with Reddy since his wife, Betty, moved to a Mosgiel rest-home.
Welfare reforms will mean more drug addicts, beneficiaries with the same small chance of employment and parents being displaced from their child's education, a Dunedin social service chief executive says.
Enrolments to study surveying at the University of Otago are lower than usual, but the rebuilding of Christchurch rebuild is keeping students' job prospects high.
If laughter is the best medicine can forced laughter be determined as a dose?
Anglers from Allanton say all cattle, not just dairy cows, should be kept out of the Taieri River, but a council ruling says all livestock can access the waterway.
Dunedin police are reminding motorists to slow down near schools and parents to park safely when picking up and dropping off children.
The performance report of electricity distribution businesses in New Zealand from 2008 to 2011 has been released and most southern suppliers have greater increases in line charges, spend less and have mixed reliability records compared with national averages.
Fundraising to get the ''next generation of superstars'' to Dunedin for the Fifa Under-20 World Cup continues but the council controls the bid, Football South says.