Labour and National have joined forces to unveil measures to tackle the housing crisis, to be unveiled at a press conference at midday today.
Three people are dead after a raid on the compound of a small religious organisation due to concerns the group was preparing to carry out "ritualized killing," Jamaican police say.
Most hospital emergency departments are not offering patients Covid-19 vaccinations even though it's a perfect opportunity to reach people normally outside the health system.
A Dunedin woman who orchestrated a honey trap to rob a recently bereaved widower has avoided a prison term.
Former President Donald Trump is suing a committee investigating the deadly attack on the US Capitol, alleging it made an "illegal, unfounded, and overbroad" request for his White House records.
Five people killed in a small Norwegian town last week were stabbed to death and not shot with a bow and arrows as initially suspected, police say.
The search for a missing four-year-old girl on Western Australia's northwest coast is entering its fourth day amid fears she may have been abducted.
If you are not vaccinated, there will be everyday things you will miss out on, the Prime Minister says.
A truck driver was forced to seek refuge under a concrete rock shelter in the middle of Arthur's Pass after a massive rockfall yesterday.
The Prime Minister says Aucklanders shouldn't hold off on booking Christmas trips as the Government prepares to reveal how it will deal with Covid-19 in New Zealand's largest city.
Colin Powell, the first black US secretary of state, top military officer and national security adviser, has died due to complications from Covid-19. He was 84.
It is full stream ahead for Otago Polyfest after the event’s first online-only event began last night.
A man gave three young women in Dunedin a scare on Sunday night when he shone a torch into their car before pulling out what appeared to be a weapon.
Planting trees may become mandatory for certain new housing developments under rules being considered by the Dunedin City Council.
Voting in New Zealand’s biggest bird election is under way and southern organisations have declared which candidates they will be supporting.
Otago Polytechnic has welcomed the proposed model it will operate under when Te Pukenga takes over the country’s 16 technology institutes and polytechnics.
The South is set to remain at Alert Level 2 for at least another two weeks, despite Australia opening up quarantine-free travel from the South Island.
The search for the ashes of Otago cricket great Bert Sutcliffe continues, but alternative ways to honour him are being considered as construction begins on at PlaceMakers store a the old Carisbrook site.