New photos have been released revealing the damage to the Marsden Point pipeline which has resulted in the Auckland Airport fuel crisis.
Rescuers swarmed in a frantic search for survivors two days after the deadly Mexico earthquake, focusing on collapsed buildings where people may still be alive.
Labour leader Jacinda Ardern has travelled to Te Aroha for the funeral of her grandmother, who passed away on Monday night.
The Police National Dive Squad have joined the search for Dunedin man Stephen Lowe who has been missing for a week.
A rally outside Dunedin Hospital this morning was necessarily a silent protest: the picketers were all cardboard cut-outs.
The tit-for-tat insults continue to fly between North Korea leader Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump, with Kim blasting Trump as a "mentally deranged dotard".
A man has died after a collision between his car and train in the North Island this morning.
University of Otago Department of Politics head Prof Janine Hayward debunks a few misconceptions about how New Zealand's next Government could be formed.
Federal Liberal and Labor MPs have lined up to condemn a same-sex marriage supporter who allegedly headbutted former prime minister Tony Abbott in Hobart.
Police chiefs have backtracked on an instruction telling officers not to target drivers in Christchurch's eastern suburbs because those motorists could not afford tickets.
Hurricane Maria caused flooding in the Dominican Republic as it brushed past the country causing widespread damage across Puerto Rico and St. Croix.
US President Donald Trump has ordered new sanctions that open the door wider to blacklisting people and entities doing business with North Korea.
Two British teachers hired to help fill Auckland's teacher shortage are warning other foreign teachers not to come because of the bureaucratic obstacles to recognising overseas qualifications and experience.
The man who set himself on fire outside Parliament yesterday has died.
Mount Hutt College won the Otago Daily Times Extra! Central South Island years 9 and 10 quiz in Timaru last night, to maintain the college’s winning streak.
There are no lyrics to explain how concerned members of the Dunedin Musicians’ Club are after discovering the 42-year-old institution could be closed for lack of a fire escape.
A crowd of more than 100 people gathered near the Dunedin Peace Pole to celebrate the United Nations International Day of Peace yesterday.
Belgium will never forget those who fought and died on its soil in World War 1 if Freddy Declerck has anything to do with it.
More than 60 people attended the Archibald Baxter memorial peace lecture in Dunedin last night.
A restaurant run by schoolchildren popped up in Port Chalmers last night offering free four-course meals for all parents.