New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has made Time's list of 2018's 100 most influential people alongside an eclectic group including leaders, activists, icons and entertainment stars.
A Dunedin burglar got one of his five-plus-a-day on the wrong side of the law last night.
A Queensland police officer who pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of his baby son will be sentenced next week.
An 11-year-old boy has been rescued after he was buried alive when the hole he was digging on an Adelaide beach collapsed on top of him.
Cuba's new president, Miguel Diaz-Canel, began his term with a promise to defend the socialist revolution led by the Castro brothers since 1959 and emphasised the need to modernise the island's economy.
People who knew the couple killed in a triple fatal crash involving a stolen ute driven by a man breaching bail say the pair were "fun-loving, friendly" people.
Digital Media Minister Clare Curran has been caught up in some online drama involving the misuse of her identity and a fake Facebook page.
A man whose driving in an illegal street race contributed to the deaths of four people has been sentenced to 12 months' home detention.
A two-year investigation into the death of "Purple Rain" singer Prince failed to determine where he obtained a counterfeit painkiller laced with fentanyl, resulting in no criminal charges.
The mother of slain Christchurch sex worker Renee Duckmanton has told her killer "I hope you rot in hell".
Volunteer firefighters will be offered support and counselling after saving one man and removing three bodies from a "particularly nasty" crash scene last night.
ODT rugby correspondent Paul Dwyer talks with Otago Rugby Referees Association chairman Chris Hart and Otago Rugby Football Community Rugby Manager Richard Perkins ahead of this weekend's...
Strong winds and wet weather are predicted to hit most of the country over the next three days.
Six people, including four children, paddled to shore in an inflatable dinghy after their catamaran sank off the coast of Whangarei.
Queen Elizabeth says she hopes her son Prince Charles will take on the leadership of the Commonwealth.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has met the Queen but says she has not changed her views on republicanism.
Two people have been hurt in a crash near Hanmer Springs this morning.
The Southern District Health Board yesterday launched a campaign aimed at getting people out of their beds.
The first repatriation of defence force personnel buried around the world since 1955 will officially begin next week.
The Government's tally of inquiries, reference and working groups has soared to 75 since it was elected in September last year.