About 60 enthusiastic Labour Party supporters gathered to officially launch campaigns for Marian Hobbs and Steve Walker.
A stronghold of yellow-eyed penguins on New Zealand’s subantarctic islands looks to be stable now, but looming threats of climate change mean even there they face an uncertain future, a researcher...
Eleven complaints of inappropriate behaviour - including angry and threatening outbursts - have been levelled against Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis this term, it has been confirmed.
One person was taken to hospital by ambulance with serious injuries after a vehicle crashed down a bank in Dunedin on Saturday morning.
It was like Christmas for the hundreds of children who rode in trucks and the hundreds more who lined the streetsof Dunedin for the annual Special Rigs for Special Kids event yesterday.
Success is sweet for the head chef at Aquinas College, who has whisked away top prize at a University of Otago cook-off for the third time.
A mural depicting shock jock Alan Jones wearing a ball-gag head harness has popped up on an inner Sydney wall.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the US must lower trade barriers and open up parts of its economy to British firms, citing a wide range of markets from cars to cauliflowers.
Private details of hundreds of young New Zealanders, including passports, birth certificates and drivers' licence details, were exposed on a Government website during a digital security breach.
Police fired volleys of tear gas to break up protests after activists threw petrol bombs and bricks in Hong Kong.
Twin sisters studying at the University of Otago have hit the sweet spot online, gaining more than 10,000 followers on their Instagram account.