A once-popular long-distance passenger train service between Dunedin and Christchurch could be back on track by June next year.
A good Samaritan has spread Christmas cheer in Dunedin by taping change to a parking machine.
The wrath of angry authors has forced some National Library staff to make their emails anonymous.
The University of Otago will pay more than $1 million to humanities staff whose jobs are being cut, but the English and linguistics department has managed to avoid job losses thanks to some...
Bill English's new Cabinet sat for the first time on Tuesday and discussed whether to give the green light to a rebuild of the earthquake-ravaged Christchurch Cathedral.
Violence against paramedics is risking the lives of patients, St John says.
The coroner has delivered a scathing report into the death of Aryan Banerjee, who died in September last year, three months after he was found hanging from a window latch at Taradale Primary School...
The Clutha District Council has approved consultation on a new policy for Easter Sunday trading hours.
New Zealand is less than three weeks away from recording its hottest year ever.
House prices in the South continue to rise and pressure has come into the market, ensuring a sale and purchase in the shortest time in the country.
With Christmas around the corner, Australia parents are being urged to adopt No Gender December and buy their children less-stereotypical toys.
A new app called Confesor Go has been launched, allowing remorseful Catholic users to order up a confession.
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters has told families of the 29 miners who died in the Pike River tragedy in 2010 that he's willing to go into the West Coast mine.
Dunedin City Council-owned companies Delta and Aurora are in for a major shake-up.
A university chancellor has been accused of sexism after he said a female veterinary graduate was worth only "two-fifths" of a full-time veterinarian.
Former Conservative Party leader Colin Craig's copyright suit has been thrown out by a judge who said the case was "vexatious" and a "waste of the court's time".
Water supplies at Arrowtown, Hawea and Glendhu Bay will be chlorinated this summer, following the Havelock North water contamination crisis earlier this year.
Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, a presidential rival-turned-supporter, has accepted US President-elect Donald Trump's nomination to lead the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Parents of children at Carisbrook Heights say they have lost all trust in the school after being told it will close for good at the end of the year because of falling rolls.
Some retailers in a Dunedin block set to become a bus hub fear that construction, buses blocking their signage and seats blocking their displays will kill their businesses.