Fifty searchers, including a contingent of LandSAR volunteers pulled from a national training exercise at Berwick, are continuing to search for a missing Dunedin man this afternoon.
Four men have been hospitalised after a shooting in a town at the southern tip of Sweden, regional police have confirmed.
Queenslanders have handed in more than 16,000 firearms as part of the national gun amnesty.
A man has escaped unharmed after crashing his car into Otago Harbour this afternoon.
NZ First leader Winston Peters says the party board and caucus will meet to discuss the makeup of the next Government on Monday.
Warm temperatures are expected far many places as school goes back but not before a bitter cold snap brings snow and thunderstorms to the South.
An elderly man has died six days after a car crash in Christchurch.
In his second weekly column Mosgiel teenager Ben Hawke predicts a mixed bag for Dunedin weather this weekend.
A mysterious individual who places road cones in seemingly impossible positions atop Dunedin buildings has struck again.
White House chief of staff John Kelly told reporters he was not so frustrated in his job that he was considering leaving, tamping down reports about tension in the West Wing.
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A vertical garden on part of a historic ship on the side of a busy bridge is the latest addition to a Dunedin space that already boasts concrete sheep.
The three metal poles bent almost at right angles on the edge of a steep drop on Otago Peninsula tell the story of what appears to be a lucky escape.
Professional and amateur chefs will unite next week in a fine dining event to keep the chillers running for Dunedin’s only food rescue charity.
CCTV cameras will be installed in streets around the University of Otago early next year.
An online fundraising campaign to help complete a documentary film about Dunedin band The Chills is closing in on its $60,000 target.
She may be a little underweight, but she looks pretty good for someone who is about 2400 years old.
Dunedin residents may not recognise their own back yard when they visit this year’s Harbour City Heritage Festival.
Contractors on a platform suspended from a large crane work on the Dunedin Railway Station clock tower yesterday.