Thousands of Russians chanted Alexei Navalny's name and say they will not forgive the authorities for his death as the opposition leader was laid to rest in Moscow.
A 16-year-old Auckland school pupil is campaigning for hearing aid batteries to be made free for all deaf New Zealanders.
A person was bitten by a police dog after a group of youths tried to flee a crash scene in Dunedin, police say.
A hotel at Dunedin’s Forsyth Barr Stadium is "still in play" for possible development and work on the project continues, the stadium’s chief executive says.
A Dunedin man faces several charges after he reversed an allegedly stolen caravan into wheelie bins and almost hit a police patrol car.
Dunedin high school principals have banded together to tackle the escalating issue of how social media and pornography is shaping how young people see healthy relationships and how people should behave socially.
Fears are growing about the lack of a clear plan for people with severe mental illness as the closure of a ward at Dunedin’s Wakari Hospital draws nearer.
A man who blackmailed a pensioner out of $40,000 has been using drugs while behind bars, the Parole Board has heard.
Stallholder Sue Coulman, of Gore, shows off one of the bird feeders she makes from cups and saucers.
The sun sets on Wharariki Beach and its Archway Islands, west of Cape Farewell, the northernmost point of the South Island.
Gerald Hensley was a link the early days of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and later in his career an adviser to two of the country’s most controversial prime ministers at times of high crisis.
Distinguished agricultural economist, former director-general of agriculture and first vice-chancellor of Lincoln University, Emeritus Prof Bruce Jerome Ross, was a Dunedin son, born and bred.
When fisherman Arnie Cave’s kayak sank nearly 2km out to sea near Napier, he knew he was in trouble.