The Government will spend $53 million showcasing New Zealand at Expo 2020 in Dubai in an attempt to boost trade in the region and beyond.
Thousands of people took advantage of the opportunity to view the Clyde Damn today at their open day. Spectators were thrilled to be able to watch as the spillway was opened and water thundered...
Thousands of Hungarians joined a rally mocking Prime Minister Viktor Orban, in the latest protest against what they call his attacks on democracy and human rights.
Pope Francis urged governments on Saturday to get migrants and refugees out of holding centres, saying many had become "concentration camps".
Mexican marines killed a drug gang leader in a gun battle that raged through the night across the border city of Reynosa and left dozens of burned vehicles in its wake.
Shots were fired in an incident involving rival gang members near a children's playground at a Saturday morning market in Rotorua.
Britain's Theresa May appeared on course to win a crushing election victory in June after opinion polls put support for her ruling Conservative party at around 50 percent, double that of the opposition Labour party.
American Airlines apologised to a female passenger and suspended an employee after a video showing an onboard clash over a baby stroller went viral, in the latest embarrassment for a US carrier over how it treated a customer.
The man who was killed after reportedly being struck by a Ports of Auckland pilot boat while swimming near a popular North Shore beach was a teacher at a nearby school, a husband and dad of two young children.
Sending boxes of chocolate home for students to sell as a school fundraiser is one of the first issues the Government's controversial new health adviser would like to tackle.
The outgoing chief censor has urged the Government to hurry up and deliver the law change it proposed on streaming services like Netflix - and stop graphic scenes of suicide, rape and sexual violence going unregulated.
Police are continuing to investigate the death of a man following a birthday party in West Auckland, yesterday.
Seven people are in hospital after the four-wheel-drive SUV they were in flipped going round a bend in Christchurch early this morning.
On October 12, 1917, 845 New Zealand men were killed in the second attack on Passchendaele. One of those was Private James Cooney, the uncle of Dunedin woman Edna Coggers.
Combining the ‘‘town and gown’’ atmosphere of Dunedin, as well as providing a gathering space is the aim of a new project on Albany St, its creator says.
The technology may change but the art of making a good film remains the same, members of Otago Amateur Movie Makers Inc say.
These WW2 veterans are a combined 187 years old and still singing.
A group of Syrian women are set to exhibit their culture next week.
The number of registered dogs in Dunedin has been increasing by about 500 a year, a Dunedin City Council spokesman says.
The health of migrants moving to New Zealand from South Asian countries is the focus for a University of Otago research fellow.