Dunedin business morale has been served another blow following the cancellation of the Guns N' Roses concert in November.
A home-isolation trial for some business travellers has been welcomed as the "first crack" at reopening our borders, but a specialist warns it could mean little if the "long tail" of Auckland’s...
An Otago rugby player has been cleared after being found asleep at the wheel of his ute, crashed into a parking meter.
As local government elections draw closer, a University of Otago study has found e-voting could have a positive effect on increasing voter turnout among young people.
A Dunedin school’s new blues awards for science and technology have received a thumbs up from the highest level.
The Dunedin city library’s spiritual and prayer space had only just had its official opening when the doors were closed because of Covid-19 restrictions.
Mt Albert residents are hoping they can come together to grieve when Covid-19 restrictions ease, and support women in the area who are feeling unsafe, five days on from Lena Zhang Harrap's death.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced a pilot that will allow those travelling overseas for business to forgo MIQ and isolate at home will be open for expressions of interest on Thursday.
Kiwis are normally a low-key, chilled-out bunch and celebrities can walk down our streets safely with very little fuss being made.
Australia's New South Wales (NSW) government plans to unveil its roadmap on Monday for reopening the state from Covid-19 shutdowns, detailing the differing levels of freedoms to be afforded to...
There are 12 new community cases of Covid-19 to report today - all in Auckland - as health officials reveal mobile testing unit staff are now door-knocking residents in suburbs of concern.
Three of the four people involved in a double fatal crash in Christchurch on Saturday night were brothers.
Crime victims are unaware their name, address and phone number may be passed on to offenders when they apply for court documents using a Ministry of Justice application form, advocates say.