Donald Trump has stepped up his bid to win over minority voters by addressing a largely black church in Detroit and calling for a new civil rights agenda to support African-Americans.
One of the strongest earthquakes ever recorded in Oklahoma rattled a state where seismic activity has become a growing concern and sent tremors that were felt in six neighboring states, the United...
About 25,000 Kurdish supporters demonstrated peacefully in Cologne on Saturday against Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, chanting in German, "neither military coup nor civilian dictatorship."
Storm Hermine gained strength as it crossed North Carolina's Outer Banks, threatening the U.S. East Coast with high winds, heavy rain and surging seas.
A chronically ill burglary victim is making an emotional appeal for the return of prized possessions - her marijuana plants.
Homphobic slurs are an "ingrained part of society" but a teenage Dunedin actor is set to ask people to change their perspectives.
Defecating sea lions off the coast of Dunedin are probably to blame for a spike in the amount of faecal bacteria near the Tahuna outfall.
Dunedin cafes buying so-called compostable coffee cups are being "misled", in what could be a breach of the Fair Trading Act.
The New Zealand Blood Service desperately needs more male bone marrow donors of Maori and Pacific ethnicity.
The high ratio of ‘‘pokies’’ to the population of Mosgiel has made the area the focus of 2016 Problem Gambling Awareness Week, which runs from September 5 to 11.
Two men have become life members of the Dunedin Returned and Services Association.
Otago has entered the election season, a period during which fever spreads faster than the madness of spring. David Loughrey relates the strange behaviours that result.
A car has rolled after colliding with a truck on the Southern Motorway near the Saddle Hill on-ramp in Dunedin this afternoon.
New Zealand First has backed away from some hard-line law and order remits after some passionate debate at its annual convention being held in Dunedin.
New Zealand First today launched an ambitious post-secondary education policy which would mean widening of the apprenticeship scheme.
Two men have been rescued after the commercial fishing boat they were in capsized off the Chatham Islands.
One person has been flown to hospital with critical injuries and several others including a child are injured after a head on car crash on State Highway 1 at Pokeno.
Helicopters have been called in to fight a large bush fire in Canterbury.
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters says the party will have enough seats in 2017 to bring about serious change in the economic and social direction of the country.
Over a thousand people are without power in Kaikoura this morning after a substation exploded.