Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have clashed over who would make a better US president for minority voters, accusing each other of posing a threat to the interests of blacks and Latinos.
Italy will rebuild communities devastated by this week's earthquake and relaunch efforts to protect its buildings and infrastructure from natural disasters, Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has pledged.
Trees have fallen on cars and houses, power has been cut to hundreds of homes and a road has been closed by a landslip as wind and rain lash Auckland.
As a mystery gunman continues to evade capture the police commissioner says officers are doing everything they can to end the hunt without bloodshed.
Herby Wright checks a drill at the annual Allanton machinery sale yesterday.
Port Otago’s new $7 million tug Arihi was yesterday unloaded from cargo ship MV Deltagracht and placed directly into the water at Port Chalmers.
University of Otago staff have been given letters advising how many staff are likely to be cut from humanities departments during a division shake-up.
A new national study highlights the relatively high popularity of walking as a form of transport in Dunedin, and suggests big health benefits would flow from further increasing such exercise.
The life of a much-loved teacher was celebrated in Dunedin last night with an art auction.
Sammy's nightclub owner Sam Chin may have lost his liquor licence, but he says that does not mean the venue will close.
A Dunedin couple redeveloping a heritage building in Stafford St say their model of a high-tech shared office space will give it a new lease of life.
Life is literally a blur for Britnee Tapara.
Pat Brittenden and Dominic George look at the joke that has just been voted as the best of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016 and go through a few of the finalists.
Pat Brittenden and Dominic George talk about meetings to be held next month by the DCC and ORC, who want to hear from you about the future of South Dunedin.
It's now over to councils to decide whether shops can open on Easter Sunday after controversial legislation passed into law amidst heated debate.
The mother of murdered toddler Nia Glassie has been recalled to prison after authorities became concerned that she was was "a risk to the community".
Thunderstorms and tornadoes have plowed through central Indiana, demolishing numerous homes and a Starbucks cafe in Kokomo and cutting power to thousands of Indianapolis-area residents, but no...
The world's longest aircraft, the Airlander 10 airship, has crash-landed after a test flight in central England.
Nigel Farage, a key figure in the successful Brexit campaign, supports Donald Trump, saying he represents the same type of anti-establishment movement that he masterminded in Britain.
The Port Chalmers cycleway costs have blown out to such a point that there is no longer a guarantee that it will be completed. Dominic George and Pat Brittenden look at what this means, and ask...