A group of New Zealand lawyers is demanding a public inquiry over an alleged deadly SAS raid in Afghanistan.
Dozens of residents were buried in collapsed buildings in Mosul after an air strike against Islamic State triggered a massive explosion.
The man who ploughed a car through a throng of pedestrians then stabbed a policeman in London has been named, as the death toll from the attack rose to five.
A man accused of stabbing a sea lion pup to death has denied the charges against him.
Former Farmers boss Rod McDermott is dead after a collision between a car and truck near Tauranga on Wednesday.
There was never any question it was going to be good. But no words or teaser video can really prepare you for just how great Adele is live. Or how funny.
The first chartered flight from Dunedin to see the Aurora Australis has delivered spectacular results.
A NZ SAS soldier says civilians were killed in Afghanistan after faulty US intelligence was acted on.
Scott Kuggeleijn, who was last month cleared in court of rape charges, has been called into the Black Caps for the injured Trent Boult.
The earthquake that struck Kaikoura in November moved parts of the South Island more than 5 metres closer to the North.
An enforcement case of "national significance" involving the Mosgiel Memorial RSA is being used to test the legal standing of an RSA national provisional membership scheme.
The Alcohol Regulatory and Licensing Authority has adjourned an application to suspend an on-licence involving restaurant and bar premises in George St, Dunedin.
Expected savings from outsourcing the Southern District Health Board’s food service have been slashed by $2 million.
The Dunedin City Council is harnessing people power in a bid to keep Dunedin Hospital in the central city.
Dunedin's next cruise ship season is going to be a major step up on this record-setting one.
There were models galore bouncing in elegance down the catwalk at last night’s iD International Emerging Designer Awards.
The first new vehicles have joined the Go Bus fleet well ahead of schedule.
Students are being caught up in illegal tenancy agreements in North Dunedin boarding houses.
The Police Association has criticised a police proposal to cut 26 jobs from the commercial vehicle investigation unit.
A Mosgiel man says motorists are "blatantly" ignoring parking restrictions and the DCC is failing to deploy enough parking officers.