The numbers are in New Zealand - and one lucky ticket is now worth $42 million.
Facebook Inc, under fire from regulators and lawmakers over its business practices, is planning to rebrand itself with a new name that focuses on the metaverse, the Verge has reported.
Covid-19 vaccinations will become compulsory for most West Australian workers, including teachers and supermarket staff, by the end of the year.
Police have issued infringement notices to six people who attended a wild North Shore party that flouted level 3 rules.
An early morning commuter train partly derailed after hitting a van abandoned on tracks near Sydney on Wednesday, trapping the driver and leaving others with minor injuries, authorities said.
Police came under fire yesterday when a man arrived armed with a tray of eggs which he launched at the Dunedin Central Police Station.
Brian Tamaki appeared in court for the second time in just over a week - this time in police custody and facing a fresh charge of violating a Covid-19 lockdown order by attending another lockdown protest.
Secondary school pupils in Years 11-13 who live in Covid alert level 3 areas will be able to return to the classroom after Labour Weekend.
Britain has reported the highest number of new Covid-19 cases in three months, as infections reached levels last seen when lockdown restrictions were in place in England mid-year.
A woman who allegedly absconded from her southeast Auckland home last night while being escorted by MIQ security has handed herself in to police.
The Wizard of New Zealand will continue to perform his duties, despite no longer being on the Christchurch City Council payroll.
Snoop Dogg is heading to New Zealand for two major outdoor shows, including one in Christchurch, next November.
National wants an immediate boost in support for smaller businesses, for every vaccinated person to get a $100 voucher to spend tourism venues or eateries, as well as temporary tax cuts for workers and for small businesses.
Outdoor activities planned for Labour Weekend would be best completed by Saturday, unless you like getting wet.
The mothers of three young southern men killed in crashes would like rule changes for personal memorials after public tributes to their children were removed or not allowed.
A University of Otago medical academic urges caution using domestic vaccination certificates as they may sway the delicate balance between public health and the loss of personal liberties.
A planned green hydrogen research centre in Dunedin now has the financial backing of both the New Zealand and German governments.