The South Today bulletin: Tuesday, June 25
Emergency services were called to a collision involving two cars and a Fonterra milk tanker on Dunedin's Southern Motorway tonight.
The design of a memorial for the victims of the Christchurch mosque shootings should reflect NZ's aroha towards Muslims after the attack, a local Islamic leader says.
The Royal Commission into Historical Abuse in State Care will expose NZ's "dark and uncomfortable" history, its chair Sir Anand Satyanand says.
A judge has jailed a Taranaki woman for over four years, saying she "psychologically butchered" her three young daughters.
A senior Anglican leaders says Israel Folau's right to express his faith is being denied, claiming the former Wallaby star's treatment "smacks of a new and ugly Australia".
A police officer used excessive force and offensive language while arresting a man in Auckland last year, the Independent Police Conduct Authority says.
Police are urging people to hand in their guns at one of the 192 collection events they will be running across the country over the next three months.
The OECD is calling on the Government to make significant changes to its under-pressure KiwiBuild programme, saying it should do more to focus on people on low incomes.
The National Party's new finance spokesman is Paul Goldsmith, party leader Simon Bridges announced today.
There were emotional pleas as the Dunedin City Council voted to declare a climate emergency and speed up efforts to become a carbon neutral city.
Debra Christensen's head was left bleeding and wedged against the wheel of a bus this morning after she was knocked out by a Lime scooter rider near Auckland's Victoria Park.
The Pike River mining team has completed a forensic search of the mine drift, with no items of interest found.
New Zealand's former top military attache to the United States has been sentenced to home detention after being found guilty of planting a hidden bathroom camera at the Kiwi embassy in Washington...
Transport Minister Phil Twyford says it is too soon to say if the death of a man on a Lime scooter will prompt tighter e-scooter safety rules.
A man who pushed a 91-year-old passenger on to the tracks at a busy London Underground train station has been sentenced to life imprisonment.