A crowd gathered at New Brighton beach on Friday to mark the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons becoming international law.
The Department of Corrections has been ordered to pay white supremacist Philip Arps $3000 in legal fees.
A home-made jet boat was stolen last week after the trailer it was being towed on had a puncture at a Canterbury intersection and the owner left to get it fixed.
Google has threatened to pull its search engine from Australia over the federal government's media code that would force the tech giant to pay for news content.
A property manager who leased a student flat to a cannabis syndicate for a half-million-dollar drug grow says he is happy he was caught.
President Joe Biden has issued an executive order that would require international air travellers to quarantine upon US arrival.
CONTENT WARNING: A man who tried to buy a child on the dark web to sexually abuse, under the username Kiwipedo, and possessed more than 400 objectionable images has been jailed.
A Nelson-based bacon company was the source of a listeria contamination that left four people sick and caused a product recall from stores across the South Island last month.
The slaughter of two goats in a small suburban property sparked a black magic allegation and counter-claims of mischief and religious misunderstandings.
Oranga Tamariki boss Grainne Moss has resigned, a move that comes after scrutiny and criticism of the organisation and the refusal of new Children Minister Kelvin Davis to express confidence in her.
A male sea lion was unlucky in love when he mistook tyre tracks for those of a female sea lion and ended up on a busy Dunedin road.
US president Joe Biden must strive to heal the nation’s divisions with an ambitious New Deal that works for the many not the few, a Dunedin academic says.
A nearly 10% rates rise has been proposed in the first year of a Dunedin long-term plan that includes $1.5billion in capital spending over its 10-year span.