Micah is just like any 15-year-old — she loves going on holiday. The only difference is she is a four-legged visitor to Central Otago.
The widow of a suspected suicide victim wants to change the conversation around depression and mental health.
Sobering and emotional - those were words describing the situation of Lake Ohau Village residents returning to fire-ravaged homes to sift through the remains.
Oliver Paterson is making the most of his school holidays. The 10-year-old was sledging on Waikaka Station yesterday, near Gore.
A funding boost for Stewart Island will help the local iwi build a world-class heritage experience and tell the story of Rakiura’s history, a community leader says.
A boost of more than $2 million for Maori development on Stewart Island will create 30 jobs in the region, Shane Jones says.
Kingston community leaders fear a decision to grant resource consent to a development there could "risk lives" because of increased construction traffic.
With borders closed to international visitors and Kiwis being encouraged to explore our own backyards, Louise Scott looks at some North Island options for the ideal road trip.
When the opportunity arose to try the new BMW Series Touring on her North Island trip Louise Scott got behind the wheel - and was impressed.
Traffic is likely to remain restricted to one lane near Cromwell for the next few days due to a slip looming over SH8 near the intersection with SH8B and the Deadman's Point Bridge.
Wanaka freeskier Finn Bilous in action at Treble Cone yesterday, enjoying the snow at the ski resort’s terrain park.
A wintry blast across Otago and Southland yesterday has "exceeded expectation", a skifield operator says.
Emergency services responded to two crashes in the region yesterday, both needing the rescue helicopter to fly patients with serious injuries to Dunedin Hospital.
A house fire which left the home "uninhabitable" in Invercargill yesterday was started by a child playing with a lighter, a fire investigator says.
A development fast-tracked by the Government could be the first in a series of projects aimed at stimulating the Covid-ravaged Queenstown Lakes economy.