A section of State Highway 60 west of Nelson is closed after a fatal crash this morning.
An immigration lawyer says Google co-founder Larry Page can travel in and out of New Zealand on his current visa.
New South Wales has reported a record 291 new locally acquired cases of Covid-19, at least 96 of which were circulating in the community for all or part of their infectious period.
Aged care advocates say sending soiled clothes away from hospital for family to launder is not acceptable after it was revealed a Christchurch woman had little choice but to do it for her ex-husband.
An accountant accused of murdering his ex-wife's partner in central Christchurch will stand trial next year.
Christchurch city councillors will meet next week to reconsider a controversial decision to reduce the seating capacity at the planned new stadium.
With one month to go, New Zealand is on track to record its second successive warmest winter on record, after experiencing its warmest June and July since records began in 1909.
Dunedin man Steve Carr, whose tongue cancer was misdiagnosed and subsequent treatment delayed, has died.
A causeway from the first decade of European settlement in Dunedin has been officially unveiled to the public in the city’s Wall Street Mall.
A magnolia tree shows off its flowering power with an early display at the corner of Queen and Warrender Sts in Dunedin.
An alarming number of patients with type 2 diabetes stop taking medication vital to keeping their condition under control, a University of Otago study has found.
A 19th-century culvert that has failed in St Clair, Dunedin, causing flooding and damage to properties during storms, will need to be replaced by a new stormwater main.