Justice Minister Andrew Little expects a barrage of egregious misinformation in the lead-up to next year's referendum questions about euthanasia and recreational cannabis.
More than 60 University of Otago medical students have come forward after an overseas placement rort was uncovered.
Health Minister David Clark has asked for "strong oversight" of the Southern District Health Board's maternity services following a highly critical report on how the board implemented its maternity...
The Dunedin community responded to the city's biggest World Diabetes Day programme with a "great turnout" yesterday, Dr Andrew Reynolds said.
The blood of a teenage girl was found in a doctor's car, on his shoes and in a bag in which he allegedly put his clothes, a court has heard.
Three courts and the More FM Arena at the Edgar Centre will be closed from next week until March next year as earthquake strengthening work is carried out.
The major fire near Middlemarch may finally be extinguished, but the bills will only just be starting to roll in.
Moves by the University of Otago and Otago Polytechnic to promote sustainability provide a good example for some Australian tertiary institutions to follow, Rhiannon Boyd said yesterday.
After seven long years, a memorial to those who conscientiously objected to war has the green light.
Kiwis will be given the opportunity to watch more than 50 sports free, thanks to a new initiative from Sky Sports and former Olympic and America's Cup sailor Rob Waddell.
Anti-government protesters have paralysed parts of Hong Kong for a fourth day, forcing school closures and blocking highways and other transport links amid a marked escalation of violence.
Judge Coral Shaw has been appointed the new chairperson of the Royal Commission into Abuse in state and faith-based care.