Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plan has been derailed in Parliament. Now she is at the mercy of an exasperated European Union.
The Christchurch terror suspect told the landlord of the Dunedin flat he rented he would be leaving the flat in mid-March and did not need to renew the lease.
The Australian teen dubbed "Egg Boy" has been interviewed and released by police without charge, pending further investigations.
Friday's terror attack is said to have involved a modified AR-15 style rifle. Many consider this a military-style assault rifle, but what are assault rifles?
Britain's Prince Harry and wife Meghan have paid their respects to the victims of last week's mass shooting at two mosques in Christchurch, in which 50 people were killed.
Islamophobic incidents in Dunedin dating from before the Christchurch terror attacks on Friday have come to light.
Speak the names of those who died and those who tried to save them, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said - but deprive the man who caused the tragedy of his name.
Tears flowed as councillors expressed ''aroha'' for the Muslim community - and vowed to tackle racism head-on - at a special Dunedin City Council meeting yesterday.
A civic vigil in Dunedin in the wake of the Christchurch terror attack has had to change venue - from the Octagon to Forsyth Barr Stadium - so strong has the response been.
Logan Park High School's annual Race Unity Day assembly has traditionally projected an atmosphere of celebration.
On Monday, Nisrine Zarzar ventured off her Pine Hill property for the first time since the Christchurch mosque attacks.
The sudden death of Kavanagh College principal Tracy O'Brien has left the New Zealand education sector reeling.
A sex offender will remain behind bars for at least four more months as he waits for treatment for his predilection.
A car-swap gone wrong was the fuel for a man wielding a knife outside a South Dunedin fast-food restaurant, a court has heard.
A Clinic in the University of Otago's Faculty of Dentistry closed yesterday due to high temperatures inside the building - the sixth time this month clinics have been closed.
The New Zealand Dental Association has rubbished an Otago academic's suggestion subsidies for dentistry would need to go hand-in-hand with limits on how much dentists can charge.