Learning to walk is usually a proud moment for any parent, but for Sarah and Jason McCook, of North East Valley, it was the first sign something was wrong with their son, Connor.
The Star’s Stop Running the Red campaign has highlighted the seriousness of the issue in Dunedin. A Dunedin City Councillor wants a report on the possibility of installing red light cameras at intersections.
Hundreds of volunteers are lining the country's coasts this weekend to record whale and dolphin movements.
Health officials are asking anyone in New Zealand who was at Westfield Bondi Junction - including the car park - in Sydney's Bondi Junction on 12 June between 11am and midday or on June 13 between...
British PM Boris Johnson has suffered an embarrassing defeat in a election on the outskirts of London, when his governing Conservative Party lost a previously safe parliamentary seat to the Liberal Democrats.
The governor of Texas has signed into law a bill allowing people to carry concealed handguns without any permit, joining 20 other states that already have such measures.
An extreme heat wave that has already shattered temperature records across the US Southwest is threatening to push power systems to the brink of failure as residents cranked up air conditioners.
A woman has been killed and two people are injured after a tornado ripped through a shipping container site before damaging homes, uprooting trees and bringing down power lines in South Auckland.
A culture of recording and distributing explicit images of unsuspecting teens by their peers is rampant in Otago. Daisy Hudson investigates the worrying trend and impact.
Allanton would double in size with up to 392 houses being built if a proposed rezoning of land southwest of Dunedin goes ahead.
The smiles at the Dunedin Airport said it all as the Highlanders departed yesterday for the big final against the Blues.
Most clothes do not feature corsets and ruffles, but those showcased in Dunedin last night were not most clothes.
Nearly 30 Southern firefighters have been investigated for inappropriate behaviour, bullying, harassment, and a range of other misconduct allegations in recent years.
Bayfield High School year 12 pupil Kyra Sharp (16, second left) performs with teachers (from left) Kate Hamilton, Erina Jeffery and Sarah Bartley in their act "1950s Mash Up".