The final wish of a Dunedin man who died of cancer in February aged 59 was realised yesterday.
A decision is pending on whether a Dunedin hotel will have its liquor licence renewed and the publican believes the ''leading issue revolves around door staff '' or the lack of them.
Dunedin has topped the polls in the latest quality of life survey, with 88% of Dunedin residents surveyed rating their overall quality of life good or extremely good.
A Dunedin mayoral candidate says he meant no offence when he told a mayoral forum he sometimes felt disabled because he was a white 46-year-old male accountant.
Microchipped cats, reinstating council roading and parks departments and problems with the buses were some of the subjects traversed at the second Dunedin City Council candidates meeting in South...
The ''appalling fiasco'' in Havelock North where thousands of people became ill from contaminated water is likely to be repeated in other parts of New Zealand, Prof Sir David Skegg said yesterday...
One challenging aspect of creating an artwork as an act of devotion to a Buddhist deity is keeping the cat off it.
The United States risks a "massive lost opportunity'' if it rejects the Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal later ths year, John Key has bluntly told a New York audience.
The joint venture between Dunedin meat processor Silver Fern Farms and Chinese company Shanghai Maling can go ahead after approval received from Government ministers.
Thousands of rounds of ammunition and several firearms have been seized and a substantial cannabis grow room discovered in rural Blenheim, police say.
A French national whose attempts to hitchhike out of the West Coast landed him in court claims that New Zealand should be renamed "Nazi Zealand".
Cat curfews, mandatory de-sexing and microchipping of feline friends are part of a new proposal for responsible pet ownership.
A look at the latest from the American election which includes the bombings in NY, Donald Trump Jr. making a Skittles analogy when referring to Syrian refugees and news that George HW Bush will be...
A 19-year-old international student has avoided conviction for starting a nuisance fire in Hyde St, despite admitting lighting the blaze.
A niece of the Spanish Football Federation president Angel Maria Villar has been murdered in Mexico after she was kidnapped.
A vehicle has crashed south of Paeroa, closing one lane of traffic as police investigate.
A local body candidate has been the victim of an apparent racist attack on one of her billboards.
Three men have been charged over the death of Hamilton man Brent Paul Brown.
Three people have been charged in Auckland with smuggling almost 2kg of meth inside high heel shoes, a soap box, car lights, and a golf putt box.
Federal prosecutors charged the Afghan-born man arrested after the weekend bombings in New York and New Jersey with four counts including use of weapons of mass destruction and bombing a place of public use.