The South Today bulletin, Friday October 22
Syria executed 24 people it said had set fires that swept swathes of forests mainly in the coastal province of Latakia, the ancestral home of Syrian President Bashar al Assad, the justice ministry...
Hollywood actor Alec Baldwin killed a cinematographer and wounded a director when he discharged a prop gun on a movie set in New Mexico on Thursday, authorities say.
A drunk truck driver who slammed into nine parked cars outside Dunedin Airport caused more than $140,000 of damage, a court has heard.
A magnitude 5.9 earthquake has rocked the central North Island this morning and has been felt across the country.
A safety message has been issued after an elderly Christchurch shopper tripped on the pavement outside a supermarket because his glasses fogged up while he was wearing a Covid mask.
Anti-lockdown protester Brian Tamaki's Destiny Church is earning money from a Covid vaccination and testing site, it has been revealed.
A man who got pulled over and breath tested after reports of erratic driving in Dunedin's CBD yesterday evening returned three hours later and was arrested for dangerous driving.
One of the Auckland women accused of travelling to Northland without a legitimate travel exemption and later testing positive for Covid-19 has rejected claims she lied, withheld information and...
The Government is open to relaxing Covid-19 restrictions in the South Island before other parts of New Zealand once every DHB on the island reaches a vaccine target of 90% double doses.
The New Zealand Nurses Organisation says New Zealand is “dangerously under-prepared” to cope with the increasing number of Covid-19 community cases.
The Dunedin City Council is to apologise to the family of a teenager killed in a car crash, after it ordered the removal of items left as a personal memorial at the spot where he died.
A group of Dunedin teenagers have used their own battles with mental health as the building blocks for a resource they hope will help their peers.
After a misdiagnosis, eight years of unnecessary chemotherapy, and a lifetime of questions, a medical mystery has been solved.
Pilot Paul Copland, of Dunedin, makes the most of a rare southeasterly breeze to fly his paraglider between St Kilda and St Clair beaches in Dunedin.
Otago high school pupils took to the Edgar Centre stage in Dunedin last night for the penultimate outing of this year’s Otago Polyfest.