US President Donald Trump has lashed out at Republican conservatives who helped torpedo healthcare legislation he backed, escalating a feud within his party.
A South Korean court has approved a warrant to arrest ousted president Park Geun-hye, the country's first democratically elected leader to be thrown out of office, on accusations of bribery and abuse of power.
There are fears people may have died in flood waters in New South Wales, as rivers rage with rain dumped in the wake of Cyclone Debbie.
Thick fog has descended on Christchurch this morning, disrupting air travel and forcing rush hour traffic down to a crawl.
Heavy rain linked to a former tropical cyclone is set to unleash a deluge across New Zealand next week.
Lotto NZ is running a must-win Strike draw this weekend to mark the introduction of changes it is making to the game.
Six thousand more Kiwi car owners have had their vehicles recalled after Toyota announced there were concerns related to passenger-side airbags.
After waking to fog in many places over the past couple of mornings, Dunedin residents were treated to a spectacular sunrise today.
State Highway 1 south of Dunedin has reopened after two people were killed in a crash near Allanton early today.
Australian storage business National Storage REIT has further expanded into Dunedin by buying family-owned Roslyn Storage Ltd.
One of Dunedin’s longest-serving podiatrists has finally decided to put her feet up, after 46 years in the profession.
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.
A partner in Dunedin’s oldest law firm has been appointed Dunedin coroner.
The number of children in Child, Youth and Family care in the South is at its highest level for more than two years.
A mother whose teenage son spent time in Te Puna Wai is shocked the man in charge of the youth justice centre previously oversaw an Australian youth facility at the centre of an abuse investigation.
A lawyer says a Dunedin man who was the subject of false sexual allegations will not be compensated for the time he spent behind bars.
Dooleys Masonry worker Jeff Thompson, of Oamaru, takes a moment from his work on the Dunedin City Council Municipal Chambers, to photograph the city.
Footballers fear the preferred site for the new aquatic facility in Mosgiel will result in fewer pitches at Memorial Park.
Pedestrians cross Highgate in Maori Hill amid heavy fog that shrouded lower-lying parts of Dunedin yesterday.
A Dunedin doctor who recorded a breath-alcohol reading more than four times the legal limit says she drank only two glasses of wine at work and a couple at home.