Facebook has vowed to remove a controversial advert by Destiny Church leader Brian Tamaki slamming the Islamic movement in New Zealand.
Book Week at Tinwald School in Ashburton got off to a spectacular start this week, with parachutists dropping out of the sky.
The Highlanders are adamant they're not underdogs heading into their clash against the Crusaders on Friday night in Christchurch.
Otago University's Faculty of Dentistry is helping young sportspeople protect their pearly whites by donating 150 mouthguards to schools around New Zealand.
Would you pay $360 a week to live in the city centre in an apartment that is more akin to a dormitory in terms of the number of flatmates?
The discovery of leg hold traps in Frasers Gully has prompted a warning from the Dunedin City Council.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has confirmed reports of rocket attacks in the vicinity of Camp Taji in Iraq.
Two climate change protesters glued themselves to a zebra crossing and shut down a busy street in Brisbane's CBD this morning.
Suzuki are defending the quality of their popular Swift model, saying New Zealand-new vehicles have high safety ratings.
An off-duty officer used excessive force after unnecessarily involving himself in a dispute between his friend and their former partner in Christchurch, the police watchdog says.
The US has announced the deployment of about 1000 more troops to the Middle East for what it says are "defensive purposes," citing concerns about a threat from Iran.
A wanted man found out the hard way there's no such thing as off-duty cops — even when they're in their togs.
A white supremacist who spread footage of the Al Noor Mosque attack is appealing his 21-month jail sentence.
Beijing will not let Hong Kong's leader, Carrie Lam, step down even if she wants to, a senior city government official close to her says.
Former Egyptian president Mohamed Mursi has died aged 67 after collapsing in a Cairo court while on trial on espionage charges, authorities say.
As Victoria counts down to a legalised assisted dying scheme, Catholic bishops have issued a last-ditch warning against the controversial laws.
Dunedin fertiliser company Ravensdown wants Harbour Rugby Club to look for another place to play. But the club says rugby has been at Moller Park for 130 years and is refusing to budge.