Results from a weather poll may be the official confirmation of what many Kiwis already concluded - this summer is "awful".
The search has resumed today for a person who went missing at Dunedin's Brighton Beach yesterday.
Four people are dead and 24 remain in Melbourne hospitals after a man drove a car into a crowd at a mall on Bourke St about yesterday.
A passenger sustained serious injuries after being thrown from a vehicle when it crashed while involved in a police pursuit in Hamilton early today.
Thousands of people have turned out in New Zealand and Australia, including in Dunedin, to lead a global march in defence of women's rights.
A 24-year-old man is dead after being hit by a car near Matamata, in the Waikato, last night.
Severe weather warnings are in place as a deep low pressure system drags its way across the country.
A New Yorker has purchased a one-way ticket to New Zealand to escape Trump's America.
Activists angry about US President Donald Trump's inauguration smashed store and car windows in Washington and fought with police who responded with pepper spray and stun grenades.
Rescuers have pulled two people to safety and found at least eight others alive two days after an avalanche flattened a mountain hotel in central Italy.
The sight of Colin Winter’s 1900 Wolseley at the Brighton Veteran Car Rally is unusual in its familiarity, as it is the only car to have attended each of the 62 previous runs from Dunedin to...
Ten secondary school pupils from throughout the country experienced mind control of a drone during an educational session on the University of Otago campus on Thursday.
The Otago Regional Council will be keeping a close eye on river levels this weekend, in light of a severe weather watch issued by the MetService.
A Fiordland crested penguin went under the knife at a special penguin hospital in Dunedin yesterday.
Southern District Health Board interim chief executive Chris Fleming has commended staff for getting the organisation through the three-day junior doctors’ strike.
Dozens of public objections to a new deck beside the Dunedin Railway Station, as part of a restaurant development, look set to be ignored.
Otago Polytechnic’s new $20million student accommodation village will soon start to take shape, following the delivery this week of the first truck-load of its timber structure.
Take that Tauranga! Fifth-biggest city in the country now? Well, big deal.
A 25-year-old man has been charged with assault with intent to rob and will be appearing in court today.
Construction of Dunedin’s cycle network is set to ramp up in the next 18 months after coming to a halt last year.