A great-grandmother who was arrested at Walt Disney World last year for possessing CBD oil is suing Disney.
A man is in a serious condition after he was "king hit" outside a bar in the Octagon in Dunedin overnight.
Mask manufacturers are receiving massive orders after the government says people will be encouraged to wear them if the country returns to alert level 2.
New York state's attorney general has sued to dissolve the National Rifle Association, alleging senior leaders of the non-profit group diverted millions of dollars for personal use.
A New Zealand man has died in the US state of Connecticut after jumping off a bridge popular with thrill-seekers.
New Zealander Lorna Butler was due to take the family cat to the vet, in downtown Beirut, about the same time a devastating explosion ripped through the city.
The loader driven by one of the two men to survive the Pike River Mine explosion 10 years ago was pulled out of the drift this week.
There are fresh concerns over the potential "catastrophic" impacts of a large ammonium nitrate stockpile in New South Wales after a deadly blast in Lebanon was linked to the explosive material.
Police have vowed to crack down on anti-lockdown protesters planning a Melbourne march in "blatant breach" of Covid-19 rules.
Some of NZ's biggest companies have measures in place for a possible second wave of Covid-19, while the government is urging Kiwis to keep masks on hand at home.
Dunedin mother Kathryn Vernal last night paid tribute to Ronald McDonald House for its invaluable help during her son Jack’s arduous six-year medical journey.
The Southern District Health Board will try to discover why it has sent confusing letters to patients.
The first of five public "drop in" sessions for Aurora Energy consumers to influence a coming Commerce Commission decision drew 23 people to the Dunedin Centre yesterday.
Dunedin residents will have to wait to see the results of a survey that could be used in a business case to overhaul the way traffic moves through the centre of the city.