Brighton got in its gala on what could be the last day for such occasions this summer.
A raft of major events across Dunedin have ground to a halt, following the Government’s move to a Red traffic light setting yesterday.
New Zealand is now in the Red traffic light zone for the first time, after confirmation that cases of the Omicron variant of Covid-19 had been found in both the North and South Islands.
There may be no more efficient way to learn the fundamentals of driving than by zipping around a paddock in a car from 1914.
Whether you consider yourself a connoisseur of the fine arts or an amateur at the easel, Otago artists had something for you at the weekend.
The Government is being called upon to show leadership and provide more funding to help Dunedin create a better transport network.
A Dunedin man with a rare genetic disorder says he has fallen through the cracks of the system that should have been helping him for the past 15 years.
National leader Christopher Luxon says the government went into a go-slow mode around Covid-19 over the summer, and urgently needs to increase availability of rapid antigen tests.
Corrections staff who are victims of sexual assault in prison are not being treated sensitively or offered adequate support, a staff union says.
Tonga faces a long road to recovery, with most of the population affected by the violent eruption and tsunami that followed, and many areas still scrambling to restore basic necessities.
There are 24 new community cases of Covid-19, the Ministry of Health has confirmed in a statement today.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has cancelled her wedding to partner Clarke Gayford, as the country prepares to move to the red traffic light setting at 11.59pm tonight.
The Prime Minister has confirmed the whole country will enter the red light setting at 11.59pm tonight after testing confirmed the Covid cluster in Nelson-Marlborough is the Omicron variant and it originated after a wedding in Auckland.
Police have launched a homicide investigation after a woman was found dead in Christchurch yesterday.
Deep beneath the waves on a remote part of the Northern Territory coastline, a Japanese shipwreck hides a tale of conflict, tragedy and secret friendship with the Aboriginal people.
Ireland is to scrap almost all its Covid-19 restrictions on Saturday after coming though the storm of the Omicron variant that led to a massive surge in infections, Prime Minister Micheal Martin...
Samoa's Prime Minister Fiame Naomi Mata'afa has announced the country will be going into lockdown from 6pm tonight until 6pm on Monday evening.
Five flights have now been linked to the nine cases in the Nelson region reported yesterday, meanwhile the suspected Omicron case of an Auckland Airport worker also reported yesterday has been confirmed the Omicron variant.
NSW has reported 20,148 new Covid-19 cases and 30 deaths as the state's parents wait to hear the government's plan to keep children safe when school returns.