The Dunedin Rainbow Run was both bursting at the seams and awash with colour yesterday.
Invercargill has gained a Labour MP and lost a New Zealand First MP.
The University of Otago has achieved a "stellar" result, topping all the latest key Government indicators measuring the educational performance of students at New Zealand universities.
Clutha-Southland MP Hamish Walker is flying to Wellington this morning for the two-week induction course all new MPs undergo.
More than 3100 SDHB patients are overdue for an eye follow-up appointment as the board continues to deal with a crisis in its ophthalmology service.
Supported by a crew of about 40 people, Waitaki Electorate incumbent MP Jacqui Dean romped home to a fifth term in Parliament in the comfortable surrounds of the Oamaru Opera House on...
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters will start consulting his party, his reduced caucus and the party board today as he makes up his mind on who to join in coalition, writes Dene Mackenzie.
Former Green Party co-leader Metiria Turei was a philosophical presence at an otherwise sombre gathering of party faithful in Dunedin on election night.
National list MP Michael Woodhouse is staking his career on Dunedin getting a new hospital if his party retains power after coalition talks with New Zealand First.
Germans began voting in a national election on Sunday night (NZ time) that is likely to see Chancellor Angela Merkel win a historic fourth term and a far-right party enter parliament for the first...
The New Zealand dollar is set for more volatility in coming weeks after the election left New Zealand's major parties with no majority to govern, forcing them to enter negotiations with the...
National Party leader Bill English expects a phone call with Winston Peters in the next few days to start negotiating the formation of a new government.
An Auckland man involved in a $33 million mortgage fraud has been released on parole after spending just over a year in jail.
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Twitter on Saturday North Korea's Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho and leader Kim Jong Un "won't be around much longer" if Ri echoed the thoughts of "Little Rocket...
Rates of debilitating inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn's disease among South Island children are up to three times higher than their North Island counterparts, the first New Zealand...
Winston Peters has called for an inquiry into whether a member of the National Party has been working for China's intelligence services.
A damaged pipeline that resulted in a fuel shortage across New Zealand and grounded hundreds of flights was restarted on Sunday after repairs were completed, officials said.
Another deadly quake has struck Mexico, spreading fear among a population reeling from multiple natural disasters and interrupting the search for survivors.
Labour leader Jacinda Ardern says she is confident a Labour, NZ First, Greens government could provide stable government despite having just a one-seat majority.
Labour's Clare Curran says she feels "fantastic" at being voted in again as the MP for Dunedin South, as the party vote has resurged in the electorate.