The South Today bulletin: Wednesday, April 14
A Christchurch GP was surprised to hear that Canterbury District Health Board (CDHB) staff were making personal Facebook posts to advise people there were spare Covid-19 vaccines up for grabs.
Updated 6.05 pm
The mass shooter who killed 51 people in New Zealand in 2019 has launched a legal challenge seeking a review of his prison conditions and his status as a "terrorist entity".
Truck driver Mohinder Singh has been jailed for at least 18 years and six months for hitting and killing four police officers on Melbourne's Eastern Freeway.
The Queen has returned to royal duties, four days after the death of her husband, Prince Philip, in an event to mark the retirement of her household's most senior official.
A teenaged girl got out of a car at the bus hub in Dunedin’s city centre to assault another girl yesterday, police say.
Multiple complaints in Dunedin led to the arrest of a teen girl forbidden to drive, yet behind the wheel of a stolen car when stopped last night, police say.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern alleges that a Covid-infected MIQ security guard who said he was having regular tests was lying to his employer.
An elderly man who was charged with killing a fellow resident at a Christchurch rest home's dementia unit has died.
The National Party has released its counter to the Government's housing steps - a bill to use emergency powers to "short circuit" the consenting process and build houses quickly and to require...
US federal health agencies have recommended pausing use of Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 vaccine for at least a few days after six women under age 50 developed rare blood clots after receiving the shot.
A ship that blocked the Suez Canal for almost a week is being held in the waterway as authorities pursue a huge compensation claim against the ship's Japanese owner.
A Minnesota police chief and the officer who fatally shot Daunte Wright, a black man who struggled with police after a traffic stop, have tendered their resignations.
Updated 10.49 am
A security guard who tested positive last week was previously last tested in November last year - six months ago - even though he is meant to be tested every fortnight.
London police have arrested a man carrying an axe on The Mall, a central road which connects Buckingham Palace with Trafalgar Square.
A motorcyclist might narrowly have avoided death if he'd been doing the speed limit on a ride to Akaroa, a coroner has concluded.
West Australian communities battered by Tropical Cyclone Seroja could be without power for weeks as Premier Mark McGowan likened the damage to a "war zone".