Viewers have slammed Jack Tame as "rude" and "bizarre" over an awkward interview with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
Fifteen people were killed and five more injured when a stampede broke out as food aid was being distributed in a market in a southwestern Moroccan town.
Last week's tempestuous weather, which included thunder and hundreds of lightning strikes, is clearing with light, isolated showers the worst of what's forecast for the week.
A Wellington taxi driver fears getting back in his cab after he was shot in the shoulder by a passenger who refused to pay a fare.
A fire has broken out in a central Auckland building, closing Queen St in both directions.
The leader of Zimbabwe's liberation war veterans says plans to impeach Robert Mugabe will go ahead after the embattled president defied expectations he would resign.
A storm has complicated the search for an Argentine navy submarine missing in the South Atlantic with 44 crew members on board.
Smiley, windswept and sunburnt faces are not your typical poker faces.
Dunedin's towering First Church spire needs a "major" $600,000 refurbishment and the public is being asked to help.
The head of urology at Dunedin Hospital says it took time for his bosses to admit there was a problem but he is confident they will not ignore a similar situation in future.
A fluffy kiwi suit might sound comfortable, but it was far from that for a fund-raising Englishman who wore one while running his first marathon in Queenstown at the weekend.
Bun Bun La Hop’s shift starts at 9am and ends at 3pm most days.
Laurol Chadwick, of Waikouaiti, inspects her historic tall-bearded iris which won best-in-show at the Otago Iris Show on Saturday.
Model enthusiast Quinten Martin (14), of Dunedin, gives his radio-controlled boat an outing on Andersons Bay Inlet on Saturday.
University of Otago medical student Jon Anderson appreciates an artwork, titled Introspection of the Viewer by Otago Polytechnic visual arts student Ethan Jaycock.
Fans (from left) Caylin Bailey, Ellen Scarrow and Anna Miskimmin adopted the personas of their favourite ’90s pop group for a 'Spice World' sing-along at Rialto Cinemas yesterday.
Dunedin police and Fire and Emergency New Zealand are investigating a suspicious fire in the central city, which they say could have caused serious injury.
Big health benefits would be gained if more dietary information was provided about the effects of some fast foods on blood sugar levels.
Dunedin car nut Len Wiggins tinkers with his Ford Falcon XR 8 2003 at the eighth annual Otago Community Hospice Charity Cruise & Car Show at Tahuna Park yesterday.
Three Otago residents were among 35 St John members who received honours at a national investiture ceremony in Dunedin.