A Taieri girl swapped a figure-skating dress for an ice hockey jersey and has never looked back.
The major effort involved in building up an organisation from scratch has earned national awards for a Dunedin peer-support group.
A reluctant superhero continues to make Dunedin children smile. Warren ‘‘Poppa’’ Ockwell (82), of St Kilda, said Dunedin businesses gave him a mobility scooter, polystyrene and fibreboard and signage to build a Spider-Man car.
A Dunedin man is hoping the final reminder of ‘‘what was not meant to be’’ can be used to help a child in need.
Dunedin’s active volcanic past and its influence on the landscape are explored on a new interpretive trail at the Dunedin Botanic Garden.
A Dunedin City Council review of cemetery space has caused ‘‘warning bells’’ to sound, Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board chairwoman Sarah Davie-Nitis says.
A popular project to connect artists and other creative groups with vacant inner-city spaces has been re-launched this month.
A private company has located the Argentine Navy submarine ARA San Juan a year after it went missing with 44 crew members aboard.
One person has been taken to Dunedin Hospital with minor injuries after a crash on Highgate this afternoon.
A Lions club in Taranaki is under fire for using blackface in a Christmas parade, then accusing people who complained about it as "too precious".
Two people have died and five have been hospitalised over Canterbury's long show weekend, prompting police to issue an urgent seatbelt warning.
A man has been stabbed while trying to stop a seven-year-old girl being sexually assaulted by another man in a toilet at a dance studio in Sydney's south.
An Australian bridal magazine will close after contributors revealed it was refusing to feature same-sex weddings in a decision which caused controversy and saw advertisers withdraw their sponsorship.
A rumbling legal row over whether New Zealand's professional engineering body was right to drop disciplinary action against the design firm boss behind the ill-fated CTV Building will play out in the High Court in Wellington next week.
The CIA believes Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul, a source familiar with the matter has said.
Recovery workers with cadaver dogs pressed on with their search for more victims in flame-ravaged California as authorities seek clues to the fate of more than 600 people reported missing in the deadliest wildfire in state history.
Australian actor Rebel Wilson has lost an appeal against a court decision that cut a record payout against Germany's Bauer Media, which was found to have defamed her in a series of articles, Australian media reported.