National MPs are expressing support for Bill English to stay on as leader - although one says he will be feeling “genuinely appalled” to not be Prime Minister.
A Dunedin musician whose promo caused the shutdown of the CBD and the bomb squad descending on the city says it was simply artistic expression.
Australia's Foreign Minister Julie Bishop insists she's looking forward to working with Jacinda Ardern, despite accusing Labour of trying to undermine the Australian government.
The Los Angeles Police Department is investigating a 2013 sexual assault allegation against disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein.
News of New Zealand's new government, led by Jacinda Ardern, hit the northern hemisphere in the early morning.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has appealed to European Union leaders to help her silence critics at home by signalling a willingness to break the deadlock in Brexit talks.
Kiwis will be asked to vote on whether the law surrounding the personal use of cannabis should be changed.
US senator John McCain says he may consider issuing a subpoena because the White House has not been forthcoming with details of an ambush in Niger that left four American soldiers dead.
EU leaders have sought to minimise Spain's crisis with Catalonia and avoid encouraging separatists across the bloc.
It’s a sausage judges say some “won’t touch with a bargepole”, but a black pudding snarler has won out as New Zealand’s tastiest.
The New Zealand dollar has fallen about 2% to a five-month low after the NZ First Party opted to form a coalition with Labour.
Prime Minister elect and Labour leader Jacinda Ardern expects agreements with NZ First and the Green Party to be signed off and released early next week.
Labour's surprise election win signals real change for Dunedin and the country, a tearful Clare Curran, Dunedin South Labour MP, said last night.
For many, mathematics is just numbers.
Football South’s plan for two artificial turf sports fields at Logan Park have taken a big step forward.
Dunedin police and two secondary schools are investigating an alleged assault involving three pupils in the city centre on Wednesday.
One of Time magazine’s top 100 people discussed the search for life on other planets with a packed room in Dunedin last night.
The Otago Multiple Sclerosis Society has agreed to hold a meeting with irate members, but its under-fire treasurer says it will not be a "kangaroo court", and the committee is not stepping down.
Departing Otago Regional Council chief executive Peter Bodeker says he is "disappointed" the council rejected his application to fill the role again.
Staff at Moyle’s FreshChoice in Green Island are reeling following the racial abuse of one of their colleagues earlier this week.