Southern Police have confirmed they have found the body of Mosgiel man Bruce Jenkins in South Otago.
Talks by trade ministers involved in the Trans Pacific Partnership have been pushed out by a further day - a sign the agreement is on the verge of a breakthrough.
The devastated mother of a Kiwi basketballer who narrowly survived yesterday's college massacre in Oregon is rushing to be with her son.
It was unpopular with the public, but the Southern District Health Board will be hoping few notice any change when a multinational company takes over its kitchens on Monday.
Job cuts at Radio Dunedin will leave the station with no journalist, MediaWorks has confirmed.
That no one person was specifically responsible for the bottom line at Southern District Health Board was a factor in its financial problems, papers the board tried to keep secret show.
Claims of undue influence over a panel to shape Dunedin's future have been levelled against Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull.
When Julia Gillard became the first ''foreign'' leader to address the New Zealand Parliament she delivered one of the finest speeches ever given in the House.
Swimmers enjoying an early dip at Dunedin's St Clair Hot Salt Water Pool are treated to a spectacular sunrise yesterday.
About 80 students and activists marched against the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) on the University of Otago campus yesterday, just as trade minister Tim Groser prepared to close the deal in the United States.
New Zealand Prime Minister John Key has accused the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council of abusing their power and protecting their privileged positions, sidelining the elected members on that council.
Gathering contacts, dispelling myths and setting up an Asperger's support group in Dunedin is the hope of Aspiehelp co-manager Leith McMurray.
A Ministry of Health email blunder has spilled private medical information of more than 24,000 New Zealanders.
Mosgiel will have its giant new Countdown supermarket up and running within three years, after Progressive Enterprises was granted consent for the Gordon Rd outlet yesterday.
Environmentalists are ''jubilant'' Shell is postponing drilling just off Otago's coast in the Great South Basin, but ProGas Otago spokesman Andrew Whiley, a Dunedin city councillor, says the victory is ''short term''.
Two people have been arrested after an alleged petrol theft and a police pursuit that lasted just seconds before the fleeing driver lost control and crashed near Haruru Falls.
M&A Cross Ltd has been sentenced in Rotorua District Court today in relation to the death of Tokoroa forestry worker Charles Finlay in 2013.
A Gisborne woman stood dumbstruck with tears rolling down her cheeks when she heard she had won Lotto's Big Wednesday not once, but twice -- a total of nearly $175,000.
Four West Australian men convicted of bashing a man to death in his Goldfields home over a drug debt and then dismembering his body have been sentenced.
Musician Chris Brown has sent his thanks to Dame Tariana Turia after she came out in support of his planned tour of New Zealand.