The US and Britain say they believe Iran carried out an attack on a petroleum product tanker off the coast of Oman that killed a Briton and a Romanian.
A new entrant girl has won the right to attend an out-of-zone school with her big sister after her family took the school to court.
Three nurses at a retirement village have been slammed for the poor care given to a man who died from a brain bleed after he fell and hit his head while walking his dog.
The death toll from wildfires on Turkey's southern coast rose to eight on Sunday as firefighters battled for a fifth day to contain blazes still raging in coastal resort towns.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will next week set out whether and how the government plans to open the country's borders.
There are no new cases in the community today and four in managed isolation, says the Ministry of Health.
Australian officials have extended a snap three-day lockdown in the city of Brisbane and some neighbouring regions, while hundreds of army personnel began patrolling Sydney to help enforce Covid-19...
New Zealand's Human Rights Commission on Monday launched an inquiry into the country's housing crisis as cooling measures by the government this year have failed to ease a red-hot property market,...
Christchurch Mayor Lianne Dalziel says she is open to discussing the decision to reduce seating at the planned multi-use arena - but claims it was the right choice.
Samoa's new government says it will show leniency to the opposition Human Rights Protection Party MPs who were not sworn in in May.
The Ministry of Health has requested a quote for 6 million new syringes for the Covid-19 vaccine, with a requirement that 3 million arrive by the end of this month.
Dunedin needs to stop hoping hotel developers will come clamouring to build in the city, the man behind a recently failed proposal for a five-star hotel says.
The Southern District Health Board is placing patients at risk of harm due to a shortage of nurses on its wards.
Helping to negotiate a $14million investment in a University of Otago research project has earned a backroom manager unexpected public recognition.
They have batted down their foes, secured the golden Mace and now the Black Caps are sharing their victory with the country.