Para Murray (17), of Kaitaia, takes the temperature of New Plymouth Girls’ High School pupil Bailee Manukonga (17) after she had been pedalling an exercise bike in 35degC and 60% humidity...
A new training simulation programme has proved very popular at the Southern DHB and earned the registrar who instigated it an award.
While private education costs in New Zealand have soared, the same cannot be said for state schools.
Dunedin's First Church has reached the halfway point in its push to raise $600,000 to restore the historic building’s spire.
Much-needed rain and a dramatic drop in water consumption has delivered a reprieve of sorts to Dunedin residents facing enforced water restrictions by this weekend.
Leaving Otago Harbour behind yesterday morning as they sail north on an eight-month journey around New Zealand are the Haase family, Jorg, Katrin, Mara (13) and Frauke (12).
Roading authorities have been left with a sticky mess, and a bill for repairs, after two days of soaring temperatures in Dunedin.
Almost 30 years after its last touch-up, the winter garden glasshouse at the Dunedin Botanic Garden is set for a total refurbishment — plants and all.
Despite a remarkable resurgence in heritage redevelopment in Dunedin, some prominent buildings stand empty and derelict. David Loughrey investigates.
Pete Hodgson says his new role leading the Dunedin Hospital rebuild means he will have to step down as chief executive of Otago Innovation.
Police attend a crash scene in Highcliff Rd, Andersons Bay, in Dunedin last evening after this vehicle hit a stone wall.
A Dunedin man’s decision to steal an $8000 bike and sell it to Cash Converters for $200 was "not the smartest move", a judge says.
A surf-lifesaving coach will be able to continue teaching children after a bar-room brawl, a court has heard.
Chris Cousins and Nicole Tomlinson, both of Dunedin, watch from their boat as three orcas venture into the cross channel of Otago Harbour yesterday.
Shorts and jandals while on holiday at the beach? Good. In a courtroom? Not so much.
Port Otago is investigating a "multi-year project" to remove heavy vehicles from State Highway 88 to improve the safety of the route to Port Chalmers.
One person has died and at least eight other people have been injured in separate crashes across the North Island this afternoon.
A Hobart DJ has pleaded guilty to 'headbutting' former Australian prime minister Tony Abbott.
A Lower Hutt man believes the decision to line his berm with concrete blocks has saved his child's life after a car crash on his corner today - the third in 12 months.
Michael Wolff's explosive behind-the-scenes book about US President Donald Trump, 'Fire and Fury,' is headed for television, Hollywood trade publications reported.