Britain and the US may impose additional sanctions on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his supporters for their actions in Syria's five-year war.
Employers are being challenged to take on 500 unemployed young people in the next 50 days to give young New Zealanders a break into their first jobs.
Women's refuges, church agencies and other community groups will soon have to hand over their client details to the Government in return for funding.
A burst water pipe at Moana Pool meant some areas had to be closed for a time yesterday.
A leading Chinese real estate business has studied the world's fastest-rising house prices and found New Zealand topped the list of 45 countries.
Donald Trump has again cast doubt on the legitimacy of the US election, tweeting that he believes the results are being "rigged" at many polling places.
‘So you’re going to Dunners huh? Brrrrrrrr, it’s gonna be cold, really cold.’
Two people have been arrested following reports of weapon-brandishing clowns in Dunedin's student quarter.
Eddie Gardner clocked up the laps at Forbury Park Raceway to raise money at the Walk for Kids event.
The owner of the Saddle Hill quarry is vowing to continue the fight — and the digging — despite an Environment Court declaration the hill cannot be completely removed.
Go Bus has been accused of exploitation after it illegally housed migrant workers in an office building at its Dunedin depot early last year.
Singing pupils (back row from left) Lilian Gibbs, Jemma Pollock, Rooma Shailaj, Alex McAdam, Max Beal, Tyler Proctor, and (front row) Nic Laughton, Juliette Bernard and Jake Ramon at...
Sunshine and community spirit brought hundreds of Mornington residents out of their homes for the suburb’s first community spring picnic on Saturday.
More than 100 people swarmed into the Otago Golf Club’s premises yesterday for an Antiques Roadshow-style appraisal session and charity auction, which had everyone "absolutely buzzing".
A weekend car cruise proved the perfect occasion to celebrate the completion of an eight-year project and a win over cancer for one couple.
Sarah Goldsmith (left), a gardener at Olveston, explains the evolution of the garden to Andrew and Rachel Lonie.
Passengers faced lengthy delays at Dunedin Airport yesterday, after a crack was discovered in the windscreen of a Virgin Australia flight bound for Brisbane.
The 45th annual Rhododendron Day proved so popular, some stall-holders almost ran out of plants to sell.
A man has died after crashing a car in North Canterbury.
A 42-year old man has died following a stabbing incident in the West Auckland suburb of Glendene.