Life is different when the nearest supermarket is two hours away and the nearest hospital four hours.
On the face of it, Suzuki can be well-pleased with the initial response to the third-generation Swift.
It is apparent that an acute difference of opinion exists among local holders of shares in the Union Steam Ship Company respecting the proposal for the sale of their interest in the company to the...
Holding a staff meeting at Silver Fern Farms’ Fairton plant next week suggests the plant may be axed, New Zealand First leader Winston Peters says.
An Isla Bank dairy farm is saving money and preventing harmful greenhouse gases from entering the atmosphere by converting waste to energy.
An impressive line-up of international and New Zealand authors, has joined the third Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival, to be held on May 9-14.
American television presenter Matt Lauer says his family is looking forward to being part of the Wanaka community after confirming the purchase of Hunter Valley Station.
A Queenstown man who blamed the voice-activated program Siri for dozens of cellphone calls to his estranged wife has been found guilty of harassment.
The style and character of all classical music can be seized from its origins, "syncopated and jazzed up" to be far removed from its geneses, writes Liz Bouman.
Pall-bearers carry the coffin of the late Hon T. Parata up the hill to his last resting place in Puketeraki cemetery on Saturday, March 10.
Westport couple Ray and Glenda Karl and Ray’s sister Theresa (centre), of Hastings, spent three days riding to Queenstown for the Iron Run.
Fonterra's Edendale site has been named the most energy efficient dairy manufacturing site in New Zealand.
In October last year, former All Black and Central Otago resident Andrew Hore had his firearms licence revoked by police. It came after a man was accidentally shot on his property on the first day...
Alice Ransby (5), of Kakanui, helps plant a native tree at Clark’s Mill at Maheno yesterday to mark 150 years since the opening of the water-powered mill in 1866.
Port of Tauranga may have booked a profit stumble for its year to June, but is targeting a $140million return of funds to shareholders over the next four years, a boon for 54% owner the Bay of...