In a special video Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and others honour the Otago Daily Times’ Class Act 2020 after Covid-19 scuppered the annual ceremony
An Auckland pub where a Covid-infected man spent more than three hours last week has closed for 14 days. He also visited a marine supply store twice.
France has adopted NZ's approach to tackling terror as the European nation struggles to deal with the beheading of school teacher by a Muslim extremist.
Residents in five Melbourne suburbs have been put on alert and people living in a public housing block urged to self-isolate after a new Covid-19 case in a school sparked fears of a fresh outbreak.
One person has been seriously injured after a 4WD flipped on its side after a crash in Kaikorai Valley this afternoon.
Johnny Cooper, Max Merritt, Peter Posa, Dinah Lee, The Chicks and Larry’s Rebels will be inducted into the NZ Music Hall of Fame at the Aotearoa Music Awards.
University of Otago epidemiologist Sir David Skegg is concerned at the level of complacency the public and Govt is showing towards Covid-19 since NZ reverted to alert level 1.
At half past four on Saturday afternoon the sun shone, light rain fell nearby, and I was in a suitable position to see the full resulting rainbow, framing the Maungatua Range in the background.
Pope Francis says same-sex couples should be protected by civil union laws in the clearest language he has used on the rights of gay people.
On Monday 21 September Emma Crawley (17) undertook a grading at her Goju Ryu Karate school that had special significance.
Former President Barack Obama has launched a blistering attack on Donald Trump with less than two weeks to go before the Republican president's Election Day face-off with Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
A former Christchurch school teacher who groomed and had sex with an underage girl has today been jailed for nearly three years.
There are two new cases of Covid-19 today - both are in managed isolation and aren't connected to the fishing crew.
The Independent Police Conduct Authority cleared police for not arresting a murderer on parole who was caught drink driving with knives in his car and went on to kill a Dunedin-born life coach.
This is what the new Christ Church Cathedral, devastated in the February 22, 2011, earthquake, will look like when it is restored.
New details have emerged of latest Covid-19 infections that are currently being treated in New Zealand.