The war between fats and carbohydrates needs to end, nutrition experts say.
The University of Otago's humanities division would grow, rather than shrink, if the Labour Party was in power, David Clark says.
A man in his mid-80s sustained moderate injuries in a five-car crash in South Dunedin yesterday.
A wound in a woman's breast wouldn't heal properly because it contained a 5cm-long "foreign body".
Prime Minister John Key says he will talk to United States President Barack Obama in Laos next week about Helen Clark if she survives the next ballot for United Nations Secretary-General.
The family of a teenager pushed by a police officer off his bike and into a fence are seeking an apology.
Up to 100 students used knives, chairs and pieces of wood in a brawl that spilled from an Auckland street into a KFC restaurant.
An alleged drunk driver has been apprehended by members of the public after being chased for several kilometres through Dunedin, where she was involved in two crashes.
Gunman Joshua Kite is still evading police four days after he shot at two unarmed officers in Northland.
Suspended President Dilma Rousseff will make a last stand in Brazil's Senate in an impeachment trial that is widely expected to remove her from office and end more than a decade of leftist rule by...
From today, police will attend every single burglary.
A man who alleges he was the victim of a 16-hour Mongrel Mob bashing has had his interview with police, recorded just hours after the attack, played in court.
An animal rights organisation says the death of three jump-racing horses in three weeks is unacceptable.
The ocean between New Zealand and Australia is one of the fastest-warming ocean regions on the planet, heating up at four times the global average.
Spark is giving out free data to its customers thanks to growing demand in usage.
Police have arrested a man who was allegedly carrying a machete near Westbrook Primary School.
A woman accused of importing more than 250kg of drugs had discovered "almost the perfect scam", a court has heard.
Singapore has confirmed 41 cases of locally transmitted Zika virus, mostly among foreign construction workers, and said it expected more cases to be identified.
Police have launched a full investigation into a viral video in which an officer appears to push a teenager off his bike and up against a fence.
Police believe a body found in a national park northeast of Perth is that of a missing New Zealand man.