A woman in managed isolation was left in tears for days when yoga group sessions in her hotel were canned without warning over sweat infection fears.
A 16-year-old needed reconstructive surgery after his thumb was left hanging by a tiny piece of skin.
A push for a diversion for the woman who scaled a five-foot wall to escape a Covid-19 quarantine hotel was declined by the head of prosecutions in Wellington.
Since our borders shut there have been more than 28,000 applications for a border exemption to enter the country, but just over 2400 have arrived in New Zealand
Microsoft and TikTok parent ByteDance has given the US government notice it wants to explore a proposal for Microsoft to purchase the TikTok service in the US, Canada, Australia and NZ.
The World Health Organization has warned there might never be a "silver bullet" for Covid-19 in the form of a perfect vaccine, and that the road to normality will be long.
Workers have started dismantling Notre Dame's grand organ to let experts restore it in time for the fifth anniversary of the fire that damaged the Paris cathedral.
Queenstown residents appear to have listened to Dr Bloomfield and are doing their bit in the fight against Covid-19, with long lines at a pop-up testing location this morning.
Special security measures for locking up the Christchurch mosque gunman will cost taxpayers $3.6 million over two years, newly released documents reveal.
The Government has set-up a regional leadership group aimed at supporting Otago's changing labour market.
Billionaire Richard Branson will fly into space on a Virgin Galactic rocketship early next year, the space tourism company he founded says.
National has shunned a Facebook page claiming to be in support of the party, saying it doesn't condone the racist and sexist comments being posted.
One of two South Island fertility clinics has closed after losing a "final straw" tender with the District Health Boards for public funding - sparking fears patients are being robbed of choice.
A mechanical or electrical fault is probably responsible for a fire which engulfed two tour buses in Dunedin.
Premier Daniel Andrews has hinted at a permit system to identify essential workers, with the number of Victorian businesses allowed open to shrink further.
The Warehouse in Maclaggan St will shut its doors to the public at the end of this month to become a "dark store" and will probably close fully in July next year.
A University of Otago student who received the same bursary as his great-grandfather almost 100 years earlier has been uncannily close to the wireless expert’s 1923 master’s thesis in the past four...
Otago Nuggets coach Brent Matehaere had a special welcome as he returned to teaching at Otago Boys’ High School yesterday.