The South Today bulletin: Friday, December 6
People in Dunedin over the weekend are being invited to visit Dunedin North Cemetery and smell the roses this weekend.
A man in his sixties is dead after being shot by police in Kurow, North Otago. late on Thursday night.
A 'megafire' is ravaging areas north of Sydney as more than 100 blazes take hold in New South Wales amid deteriorating weather conditions.
A Dunedin man says he was surprised when a senior constable served him trespass notices courtesy of fertiliser company Ravensdown and Port Otago yesterday.
Three people have been killed and four others injured in an accident north of Kaikoura this afternoon.
Dunedin city councillors will consider sanctions against one of their own, when the findings of an investigation into ‘‘aggressive’’ behaviour by Cr Lee Vandervis are debated next week.
Anti-terror police armed with assault rifles will patrol Brisbane and Canberra airports this Christmas.
Temperatures above 40C are expected in parts of Queensland as destructive bushfires rage across the state.
Fires at Dunedin's Wakari Hospital this morning were lit by a patient in an acute mental health ward, the hospital has confirmed.
Dunedin's Deep Stream water supply is expected to be back in service by the middle of next week, after testing confirmed it was now safe to drink following contamination after a major fire last month.
A man who died in a crash involving a driver fleeing police has been described by his family on social media as "such a good guy... (who) knew how to live life to the full".
House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Thursday she has directed a House committee to draft articles of impeachment against US President Donald Trump, a historic step that sets up a...
Cabinet Minister Kris Faafoi says he has apologised to the Prime Minister over his mishandling of an immigration matter.
A Dunedin woman whose daughter was murdered 22 years ago says the pain of her loss is as devastating as ever.