Nine people across the country have died after becoming infected with RSV this winter - including six in Auckland's central suburbs.
New York City will become the first major US city to require proof of Covid-19 vaccination at restaurants, gyms and other businesses, Mayor Bill de Blasio says, as the nation grapples with the...
Pensioners struggling to get home from Australia are having their superannuation payments stopped and some may be forced to start paying them back.
A Christchurch man has been jailed after being caught with thousands of "grotesque" child porn images, described by a judge as the most offensive he's ever come across.
A "vulnerable" elderly woman living in a retirement village is being targeted by other residents who have sent her an anonymous note attacking her gardening ability.
A Sydney man in his 20s with Covid-19 has died at home, while NSW reported 233 new locally acquired cases and the premier warned the situation will get worse.
The Ministry of Health today confirmed that New Zealand has now passed the 2 million vaccine jabs milestone.
Six allegations of sexual assault, a harmful "Boys' Club" culture, bullying and harassment have been uncovered after a MediaWorks review was made public today.
Air New Zealand is expecting a sizeable lift in its loss for the year ahead because of interruptions to the trans-Tasman travel bubble.
A car has crashed into a bank on Dunedin's Northern Motorway leaving one person with serious injuries.
The Southern District Health Board has pledged to boost nursing numbers to meet safety requirements, but is not confident of being able to hire the nurses it needs to fulfil that promise.
The Southern District Health Board has approved $50,000 in repair work for the Dunedin physiotherapy pool.
The collective agreement offer from New Zealand’s district health boards has fallen far short of where it needs to be, the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists president says.
Destination playgrounds may be popular with parents, but what children really need is a packet of matches and a vacant lot, in the view of one Dunedin city councillor.
A Waikato regional councillor suspended from the majority of council meetings will not be allowed back following his six month ban because he refuses to say sorry or undergo an anger management...
A respected Dunedin teacher with myriad extracurricular interests now faces life as a social pariah after becoming a convicted sex offender. Rob Kidd charts the man’s spectacular downfall and the warning signs that preceded it.