In what it calls an "unusual" step, student magazine Critic has endorsed the Labour Party in its last editorial before the election, stating "the only choice for students is clear".
Prime Minister Bill English was quick to offer the Government’s help when the details of the broken Marsden Point-to-Wiri pipeline were released yesterday.
ELECTION ISSUE: David Clark's spent a lot of time attacking National over Dunedin Hospital. With his chance of being health minister boosted by Jacinda Ardern’s leadership, he may soon have to defend it.
A notorious Dunedin sex offender is arguing he should not have to wear a GPS tracker so his movements can be tracked.
ELECTION ISSUE - INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS: Labour has ruled out strikes arising from its proposed fair pay agreements, but business is sceptical, Eileen Goodwin reports.
A convicted murderer followed a woman around a Dunedin supermarket verbally abusing her over the custody of his son, a court has heard.
Wild elephants have trampled to death two Rohingya Muslims in Bangladesh after rampaging through a settlement where refugees were taking shelter.
Former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark has hit out after a protester accused Labour leader Jacinda Ardern of being a "pretty communist" at a farmers' protest in Morrinsville.
Authorities in Otago are keeping a close eye on the region after a day of heavy rain.
The family of Dunedin man Riley Baker, who died in a road accident last year, is shocked after being told a memorial to the 26-year-old may be removed.
The Defence Force has been called in after a major pipe carrying aviation fuel was damaged, causing travel disruptions for thousands of passengers at Auckland Airport.
ELECTION ISSUE - TOURISM: The increasing number of visitors is putting pressure on some of New Zealand's most scenic attractions and political parties are aware of the stress this is putting on infrastructure.
ELECTION ISSUE: Education is a key battleground for the political parties’ competing agendas in this election, Eileen Goodwin reports.
ELECTION ISSUES: Health is a problem area for National, but Labour’s plan for the sector is vague, reports Eileen Goodwin.
Six men have been jailed for the kidnapping and manslaughter of an Auckland woman who fell from the boot of a moving car.
The man who captured a stunning shot of a rock formation on a Dunedin beach says his new home is a photographer's paradise.
Calls from the deaf community to have a sign language interpreter during election debates have been answered, with an interpreter to be included in the last leaders' debate.
The skipper of a doomed Greymouth fishing boat has reported chaotic scenes on deck as it floundered in heavy seas while he and his missing crewmen scrambled for lifejackets.
Hundreds of farmers have gathered in Labour leader Jacinda Ardern's hometown of Morrinsville to protest against Labour and the Greens' proposed water and pollution charges.
One of six people injured in a bus crash in South Canterbury this morning has been taken by helicopter to Dunedin Hospital in a serious condition.