Otago Polytechnic 2015 Spring Cancer Ball, Dunedin Town Hall, Friday, September 4, 2015. PHOTOS BY: Linda Robertson.
Central Otago Awards, Roxburgh Cinema, Friday, September 4, 2015. PHOTOS BY: Lynda Van Kempen.
Otago Vintage Car Club Drive a Vintage Car Day, Wanaka Airport, Sunday, September 6, 2015. PHOTOS BY: Mark Price.
Boiling beer left two men with dangerous burns in Warkworth this afternoon.
A car has plummeted metres off a road into the side of an Auckland house this afternoon.
A woman has died after being shot in the head at a McDonald's restaurant in Australia by a man who then turned the gun on himself.
Police are awaiting test results to confirm what could be New Zealand's highest breath alcohol reading to date.
The Queen has sealed a special place in the Britain's history by becoming its longest-reigning monarch, but amid warm tributes from politicians and the public, she said the landmark was not something to which she had ever aspired.
A Tauranga man narrowly avoided a high-speed head-on crash with an elderly woman driving the wrong way down a busy highway yesterday.
New Zealand taxpayers put up an "extreme" amount of money to get the Hobbit films made here - and the real winner was Warner Bros, the Green Party says.
A man shot dead after an armed police stand-off this week was "in a bad place" but did not want to hurt anyone, his cousin says.
A Christchurch man who died after being hit by a motorcycle while crossing the road in Malaysia was engaged to be married.
Dunedin bar The Break will close tomorrow following a litany of issues including Mongrel Mob connections, high staff turnover and a continuing inability to stick to licensing rules.
A postal worker shot dead by police outside a NSW post office was "held in high regard" by colleagues, a union says.
A German court has ruled that Lufthansa pilots must halt a strike that led to the cancellation of about 1000 flights, in an increasingly bitter row over cost cuts and pay at the airline.
Danish police have closed a motorway and rail links with Germany in a bid to stem the flow of refugees heading north to Sweden, as Europe's migrant crisis spreads northward.
When Queen Elizabeth came to the British Throne more than six decades ago, her first prime minister was Winston Churchill, a man who had served in the army of her great-great-grandmother, Queen Victoria.
Ticket sales for Black Sabbath's Dunedin show at Forsyth Barr Stadium on April 30 next year will begin next week.
A Dunedin man received facial injuries after falling from an upstairs balcony during a North Dunedin party, emergency services say.
Unprovoked wanton street violence would not be tolerated, Judge Kevin Phillips said, sentencing two women he described at ''louts''.