An unseasonable cold snap will be felt in much of the country over the weekend as a front moves over the North Island.
The FBI says it will investigate additional emails that have surfaced relating to Hillary Clinton's use of a private email system, in a new twist to the US presidential campaign.
A gang of ATM skimmers who lived the high-life while fleecing $100,000 from bank customers on a round-the-world trip was caught red-handed in New Zealand.
Jobs could be on the line at Delta and Aurora after claims lives are at risk because of the two companies’ failure to replace dangerous power poles.
A Dunedin family has been left homeless after a fire tore through part of their Concord home, destroying possessions and spewing smoke through the house.
The Southern District Health Board has released new figures showing the impact of the junior doctors’ strike.
About 150 people will converge on Dunedin to take part in two major world health and infectious diseases conferences next week.
A drill rig began working in Dunedin yesterday in a more than $20million project to build a wooden accommodation complex to house Otago Polytechnic students.
The refurbishment of Ross Creek reservoir has started.
After a bit of disruption and delay, Dunedin has its first purpose-built fertility clinic.
A Mosgiel man has been charged in relation to a crash early on Monday.
A list of gun club members in Otago was stolen from a Dunedin flat along with an arsenal of military weapons this week, a man associated with the club claims.
The amount paid to police informants during the past five years has plummeted by almost two-thirds.
Jade York (22) adds dry ice to a punch to make it fizzy at the Otago Museum yesterday.
The Wattie’s Cans Film Festival, as we know it, has been canned.
A strong sense of place in Dunedin writing, as well as ancient links between walking and storytelling, were highlighted at a University of Otago conference yesterday.
The perilous state of thousands of Aurora power poles is a legacy of neglect stretching back decades, a whistleblower says. But it is also just the latest debacle in a history of headaches for...
University of Otago academics Profs David Craw, Parry Guilford, Tony Merriman and Jacinta Ruru have been elected Fellows of the Royal Society of New Zealand.
Giving up a 35-year career and a healthy pay cheque to blow the whistle was not easy for Dunedin man Richard Healey.
Family, friends and locals will pay their respects to a bus driver who was burnt to death, at a vigil in Brisbane's south.