Police are still looking for a man who fled from them on Sunday afternoon after a car that was stolen from Dunedin was found at a Palmerston address.
Two weeks worth of rain in less than a day has flooded the upper North Island and Great Barrier Island.
Two aircraft landed safely at Brussels' Zaventem airport after receiving bomb threats, the Belgian state broadcaster VRT reported.
Vladimir Putin has accused Ukraine of using terrorist tactics to try to provoke a new conflict and destabilise annexed Crimea.
A former sanitation worker has been sentenced to death for murdering nine women and a teenage girl as the "Grim Sleeper" serial killer in a Los Angeles crime spree dating back 30 years.
Delta Air Lines Inc cancelled more than 250 flights and upended thousands of travellers' plans for the third day in a row after a power outage hit its computer systems, though it forecast a return...
The University of Otago is on track to record its first year of overall enrolment growth since 2010, new enrolment figures show.
The down side of wearing a suit of armour with your arms bound behind your back for long periods only becomes apparent when your nose starts to itch.
Police are seeking witnesses to a North Dunedin crime spree after flats and vehicles were broken into, including those of Otago rugby players away on a training camp.
The University of Otago has appointed Australian and Christchurch-based construction companies to build the $125 million school of dentistry.
Taieri Beach resident Allen Eade is holding out hope his boat can still be refloated after it ran aground in Taieri Mouth on Tuesday.
The Otago University Students' Association (OUSA) will lobby the university to make a promise not to invest in fossil fuels.
Young film-makers edited a film they created during The Outlook for Someday film-making workshop in Dunedin yesterday.
When things get icy in winter and your school is situated on one of the steeper streets in Dunedin, sometimes an unorthodox solution is required to get to class in the morning.
Waikouaiti may become a freedom camping site to help take the pressure off Warrington.
A move to ''quite viciously slash'' a Dunedin bus service breached the letter and spirit of the Otago Regional Public Transport Plan.
Brazil's Senate has voted to indict President Dilma Rousseff on charges of breaking budget laws and put her on trial in an impeachment process that has stalled Brazilian politics since January.
Nearly one-fifth of registered Republicans want Donald Trump to drop out of the race for the White House, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll, reflecting the turmoil his candidacy has sown within his...
At least three people died and more than a thousand were evacuated on the Portuguese island of Madeira when forest fires, raging for a third day, spread to the regional capital and tourist...
Many Olympic sports are not known for being places where athletes can earn great sponsorship money, but High Performance Sport revealed this week many Kiwi athletes in Rio could make a good wage...