A schoolgirl is fighting for her life and three other students are in hospital after a car ploughed into a group at an Auckland bus stop yesterday.
Hurricane Maria has rampaged across Puerto Rico causing major flooding, damaging homes and knocking out power to the whole island.
The owner of Dunedin's UFO house is ''over the moon'' she has found a buyer who absolutely loves the structure.
University of Otago law graduate Oliver Hailes has gained a life-changing $300,000 Woolf Fisher Scholarship to study at Cambridge University in the United Kingdom.
The search for missing Dunedin man Stephen Lowe will continue today after yesterday's ''significant'' search in the Catlins turned up no results.
Johan (12) and his sister Lisa Lokman (10) take part in a Hanami cherry blossom viewing event in front of the University of Otago clocktower yesterday.
The final leaders debate between Prime Minister Bill English and Labour leader Jacinda Ardern reflected the final 1News Colmar Brunton poll in volatility.
The velvety tones of some of Dunedin's most well-known radio presenters poured from movie speakers rather than Dunedin radios last night.
Port Chalmers residents appear to be taking a wait-and-see approach to the nine months of pile-driving due to start soon as Port Otago extends one of its wharves.
An Environment Court judge has described a Dunedin man's case against the owner of an award-winning heritage redevelopment as ''at best adversarial and at worst malicious''.
It seems there really is such a thing as a free ride.
Staff at Tahuna Intermediate are fuming after Go Bus suggested their packed bus service to and from Otago Peninsula was canned because of declining patronage.
A new member could be elected to the Strath Taieri Community Board by Christmas.
An engineering workshop, a factory that produces shark oil for cosmetics, and a helicopter base that were razed on the West Coast yesterday will be rebuilt, their owner says.
Southern voters have every right to feel neglected during the 2017 campaign, with few visits by the two leaders of the major parties, Prime Minister Bill English and Labour leader Jacinda Ardern.
National MP Michael Woodhouse has rubbished a ''push poll'' conducted by the Labour Party about the Dunedin Hospital rebuild.
Despite being beaten with a metal pole, a shearer's pregnant partner wants to resume her relationship with her attacker after he is released from jail.
A Dunedin man who seduced a 15-year-old girl over the internet has narrowly avoided a prison term for sexual offending.
A duo has admitted kidnapping a Dunedin man and abandoning him on a rural roadside.
In the wake of the successful chartered flight from Dunedin to see the Aurora Australis earlier this year, the organisers have chartered another flight to the auroral zone in March next year.