At least one person is believed to have been badly hurt in a crash on the motorway near Mosgiel this morning.
A Bay of Plenty grandmother has been found guilty of the manslaughter of her eight-month-old grandson, who died in a hot car while she smoked drugs.
Police say an Israeli tourist rescued from a mountain near Raglan is lucky she didn't get hypothermia.
The Pennsylvania jury that will decide comedian Bill Cosby's fate at his sexual assault trial next month has its first five members.
Police have confirmed a number of deaths following reports of an explosion at Manchester Arena where pop singer Ariana Grande was performing.
US President Donald Trump says shared concern about Iran was driving Israel and many Arab states closer and demanded that Tehran immediately cease military and financial backing of "terrorists and...
Former White House national security adviser Michael Flynn won't comply with a subpoena from the Senate Intelligence Committee as it investigates possible Russian interference in the 2016 US election.
New Zealand expatriates who sell their family home in Australia could face a large tax on any capital gains.
Deputy Prime Minister Paula Bennett says New Zealanders need to say thank you with their wallets.
Throwing "waves of cash'' at New Zealand's social issues will not help solve the problems, Prime Minister Bill English says.
A convicted fraudster apparently headed an inquiry into workplace harassment just months before she was arrested.
A Dunedin man has been accused of repeatedly violating a young girl in his homes and various motels around the country.
Firefighters clean up debris after a crash at the corner of Orari St and Andersons Bay Rd shortly after noon yesterday.
What lies beneath South Dunedin has intrigued many for decades.
The 1981 Derek Ball kinetic sculpture removed after it sent reflections from the sun flashing into nearby office buildings last year has been repainted and replaced.
Establishing a personal injury commissioner and other changes are needed to help hundreds of thousands of injured New Zealanders whose claims are declined each year by ACC, new research has found.
Senior Constable Kath Goodman directs traffic in Dunedin yesterday.
A rising tide of methamphetamine use and more illegal firearms in the hands of criminals have resulted in one of the busiest years for Southern armed offenders squads.
Many areas of Otago experienced the coldest temperatures of the year as ``severe frosts'' hit the region just before dawn yesterday.
Labour finance spokesman Grant Robertson tries virtual reality devices in Dunedin yesterday.