This morning thousands have commemorated 103 years since the landing at Gallipoli of Australian and New Zealand Army Corps troops at dawn services around the country.
Thousands of people have attended the Anzac Day dawn service in Dunedin to remember those who fought and died in World War 1 and in conflicts since.
A Dunedin driver more than five times over the breath-alcohol limit had an unlikely explanation for a car crash - it was because of a bunny.
North Dunedin residents received a shock yesterday when police and the army's bomb disposal squad blew up explosives at Logan Point Quarry, near Forsyth Barr Stadium.
Everyone should be given a chance to familiarise themselves with Dunedin’s new cycleways before any enforcement is needed, a cycling advocate says.
It started with one, and then there were two.
Waverley and Shiel Hill are on the front line in the final push to rid the Otago Peninsula of possums once and for all.
Doctors clinics are about to become ``healthcare homes'' as the new primary health care plan for the South is implemented.
The national bowel cancer screening programme has begun in the Southern District Health Board region.
The Dunedin City Council says victory in a long-running legal fight to protect the landmark shape of Saddle Hill from a quarry shows it was right to turn to the courts.
A larger emergency department and more surgical facilities will probably be a part of the new Dunedin hospital, rebuild convener Pete Hodgson says.
The atmosphere was upbeat in Dunedin yesterday morning as thousands of Anzac Day posies were created from rosemary and red paper.
Auckland Airport says it has found a woman involved in a security breach this evening.
The man found dead at a house in Whanganui on Sunday has been named as a 53-year-old local.
A 16-month-old is seriously injured after being hit by a vehicle in South Auckland.
The Government is set to make an announcement on Christchurch's new stadium this week.
The Government has paid more than $500,000 compensation to a man who was wrongfully convicted of a gang-related group assault when he was aged 17.
A soldier who lost his genitals to a blast in Afghanistan has received the world's most extensive penis transplant, and doctors say he is recovering well.
Newly revealed CCTV footage captured the abduction of beloved family dog Bowie, who was taken while her owner was inside an Auckland burger joint.
An Otago tradesman charged with sexual violation after an alleged incident at a Waihola public toilet will appear in court on Friday.