Fog is again causing problems for travellers in parts of the country, with flights affected at several airports, including Dunedin, this morning.
The South-East Marine Protection Forum will ask the Government for more time to deliberate.
Time is catching up on a fund designed to ease the pain for survivors of the Aramoana massacre. But critics say donors’ final wishes are being overlooked. Chris Morris investigates.
A powerful medical hierarchy and a mistakenly strong sense of loyalty towards researcher Prof Herbert Green contributed to long-running denials over his ''unfortunate experiment'' at National Women...
Dunedin City Council-owned companies Delta and Aurora are a step closer to becoming separate entities.
The number of anglers caught breaking Otago Fish & Game rules this season has ''dropped dramatically''.
Work to fix a problematic South Dunedin intersection is finally under way after a string of high-profile crashes.
Prime Minister Bill English says the cost of land in central Dunedin will be a ''critical factor'' in whether Dunedin Hospital stays in the CBD.
A University of Otago researcher is worried a law change could result in children being attracted to ''vaping''.
It is your worst nightmare - standing in the dock accused of a crime you did not commit, labelled a sex offender.
A Dunedin woman who had a close shave with cancer is offering Otago businesses a unique marketing opportunity.
A trust planning to return cable cars to Dunedin's High St says its planned building in Mornington Park, the first tangible sign of the project, should be in place soon.
It appears there might be something in the water in Middlemarch, because the township has more than its fair share of great rodeo horses.
Farm succession can be a complex and emotional subject for farming families.
Nepal is urging climbers on Mt Everest to help remove rubbish from a camp abandoned two years ago after an earthquake triggered a deadly avalanche.
Italian police have broken up a protest by environmentalists trying to prevent the removal of a grove of olive trees dating back centuries standing in the way of an oil pipeline.
A police officer bravely jumped from a helicopter into the sea to help rescue two kayakers who found themselves in trouble after their vessel capsized.
Two cars have been significantly damaged in a three-car crash on Vogel St, but no one injured.
Most flights in and out of Wellington Airport have been cancelled for the rest of Wednesday and early Thursday morning, as fog continues to hang over the capital.
The sounds of whales and dolphins rarely seen in New Zealand waters have been recorded by a Niwa scientist in a pioneering underwater sound project.