Dunedin Airport was chokka this morning as more Adele fans set off for the singer's final concert in Auckland.
The innovative wooden construction of the Otago Polytechnic's $20 million student accommodation village is already turning heads, including attracting interest in Queenstown building circles.
A US-led coalition strike has hit an Islamic State-held area of Iraq's Mosul where residents and officials say as many as 200 civilians may have been killed as result of an air raid.
Love it or loathe it, there was a European Union protest to suit all tastes in the Italian capital.
US Vice President Mike Pence blamed Congress for thwarting a Republican plan to overhaul healthcare law, but acknowledged that the White House will need to work with lawmakers to accomplish its next set of legislative plans.
The police dive squad is to search for a person believed to be trapped inside a car which plunged into the sea in Christchurch.
Searchers are continuing continue to scour rugged terrain and treacherous seas of an Auckland beach for a missing young woman.
A 12-year-old girl hiding in a kindergarten after midnight was bitten by a police dog when she did not respond to an officer's calls.
A woman who stumbled into an RSA after being stabbed in a serious condition in an Auckland hospital.
An exhibition that gives new meaning to the term "hanging artworks'' can be found near iD Dunedin Fashion Week's catwalk action this week.
Dunedin bus driver Willy Uelese really knows how to look after his passengers.
A report recommending the return of interest on student loans has caused concern among some tertiary students, but the Government has shown little sign of following the advice.
Rock specialists, bird spotting and musical takahes will be just part of the fun at CreekFest on Sunday, organisers say.
Orokonui Ecosanctuary's new water tank is quite the multi-tasker, servicing chicks, creepy crawlies, ponds, plants and people.
Dilapidated and unsightly fencing along State Highway 88 to Port Chalmers is to be replaced or repaired, hopefully in time for next summer's cruise ship season.
About 17,000 fewer swimmers have visited the St Clair Hot Salt Water Pool so far this season compared with last summer, due the colder weather.
The innovative wooden construction of the Otago Polytechnic’s $20million student accommodation village is already turning heads, including attracting interest in Queenstown building circles.
Visual artists will have their own dedicated space when the Charles Brasch Studio at Caselburg House opens on April 1.
A Dunedin-based sustainable fashion series is set to return next month — but this time it will run twice as long as last year’s event.
Uniting the English and Arabic languages started on day one of the Wild Things Kotuku Multi-Ethnic Playgroup.