Police have identified a man who died in a crash at Maraetai yesterday.
The British Foreign Secretary has called for a line to be drawn under leaks from Edward Snowden, just as the latest revelations from the National Security Agency whistle-blower further bog down New Zealand intelligence agencies and draw in Kim Dotcom.
DX Mail has a direct delivery service operating in Dunedin, Invercargill, and Gore, but elsewhere in the South uses New Zealand Post's network, including to service its Southern District Health...
Anti-1080 campaigner Carol Sawyer, of Albert Town, yesterday joined others in strong condemnation of the threat to contaminate infant formula with the poison 1080.
Threats to contaminate infant formula with 1080 pesticide have been described as despicable and sick - but have caused more outrage than fear.
Prime Minister John Key has defended the Government's decision to keep the 1080 contamination threat secret until yesterday.
At the Dunedin Fringe Festival programme launch, Octagon, Friday, February 13.
Fears of University of Otago first-year student numbers falling for the first time since 2011 appear to be realised, with ''serious'' vacancies at Knox College and Salmond College.
Likely Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says it would have been better if she had used a government email account and a separate mobile device as US secretary of state, but said the vast majority of her correspondence went to employees using government addresses.
Ireland was rushing emergency legislation through parliament to make the possession of several drugs including ecstasy illegal after a court ruled that the law controlling their use was unconstitutional.
A five-car crash on an Auckland motorway is expected to cause delays to traffic this morning.
The shooting death of an unarmed, black, naked man by a white police officer in an Atlanta suburb has prompted a social media outcry over what many people deemed to be unnecessary force against someone who may have been in mental distress.
A former north Queensland council worker has been found guilty of trying to poison homeless people in a park.
A council flat tenant is believed to have been dead in his Wellington home for some time before a neighbour reported a "putrid" smell which led to the discovery of his body.
France is mourning three sports stars who were among 10 people killed when two helicopters collided in a remote region of Argentina during the filming of a reality TV show.
Engineers and other staff have made ''very good progress'' in dismantling complex rope-making equipment at the Donaghys historic rope walk building in Dunedin.
The flu vaccine will arrive a few weeks late this year because it had to be changed to include strains missed in the northern hemisphere.
It's not what we look like. It's who we are inside that matters.
Taieri College is attempting to boost NCEA achievement levels by shuffling the school timetable so pupils spend more time in class during the morning when their academic juices are at their most potent.
More than 200 people have used the Citizens Advice Bureau's outreach service in Mosgiel since it was established a year ago.