By Grace Southby - Year 11, St Hilda's Collegiate
A significant building boom in Taieri Mouth may be about to change the fortunes of Taieri Beach School.
For the third time in five years, Australian rock singer Jimmy Barnes is returning to Dunedin - this time, for his ''Shutting Down Your Town'' tour.
There was plenty to eat and more to see as around 750 people crowded into the Cross Recreation Centre on Friday night to take part in the annual Clutha culture feast.
Redundancy is not usually regarded as a good thing, but it is when you are talking about a 5km electricity cable running up the side of Mount Roy, above Wanaka.
A performance by a world-class string quartet has heralded the launch of a new Queenstown charitable trust which aims to nurture young musicians.
A virus deadly to rabbits will be released in some areas of the Residential Red Zone in a bid to curb rising rabbit numbers in Christchurch.
The flu has killed 26 Victorians, including three children, so far this year after an early start to the season.
A Dunedin police officer is warning of a telephone scam involving callers claiming to work for Spark NZ.
Shadow treasurer Chris Bowen will throw his hat in the ring for Labor leader and will be up against Anthony Albanese.
The ex-girlfriend of a man accused of stabbing a young sea-lion to death said he spoke repeatedly about killing the animal.
Amber Kyzer dabbed tears from her eyes for most of her testimony and sobbed at the death penalty trial of her ex-husband, charged with killing their five young children.
National MP Alfred Ngaro says he regrets sharing a post on social media which compared the issue of abortion in New Zealand with the Holocaust.
Australia’s centre-right government is getting straight back to business after its surprise election victory, pledging to pass signature tax cuts to shore up a slowing economy.