A new report suggests that medical students are sometimes encouraged to breach informed consent guidelines by their supervisors.
US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi can no longer take communion because she supports abortion rights and also publicly invokes her Catholic faith, the archbishop of San Francisco says.
Unable to buy their first home alone, some New Zealanders are teaming up with family and friends to enter the property market.
The country's i-SITE visitor centres will receive a funding boost as borders reopen and they gear up for more international tourist and business traveller arrivals.
Power has been restored to most of the 7000 homes in Wairarapa left without electricity after a magpie flew into a transformer.
There are 519 new community cases of Covid, 36 people in hospital and one death to report in the South today.
Australians are voting in a national election, with opinion polls showing the opposition Labor Party narrowly ahead of the ruling conservative coalition.
Urging children to get more sleep may be a ‘‘stealth’’ way of reducing the risk of obesity in young people.
The common household mousetrap is traditionally very good at attracting mice, but Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap appears to be just as effective at attracting humans.
"He didn't deserve the way he was treated." The grieving family of a Dunedin man speak out after his wife was found guilty of inciting suicide.
After 50 years of working as a doctor in Dunedin, Dr Annalise Seifert is ready to spend her 80s learning how to do less with her time.
One bus stop has been removed in Dunedin and temporary measures are being applied to another, after a driver boycott of some stops amid safety concerns.
Potential neighbours of a proposed landfill have slammed the Dunedin City Council for its arrogance and lack of consultation.
The Green Party has announced the candidates it will endorse for election to the Dunedin City Council and Otago Regional Council.
Dunedin city councillor Carmen Houlahan has stepped away from the Team Dunedin ticket to stand for the mayoralty as an independent candidate.
No new funding for aged residential care in Thursday’s Budget will lead to the progressive collapse of the system which cares for the country’s elderly, a sector leader says.
The remains of a boat shed in Otago Harbour yesterday. The ORC is asking owners to check their structures are secure ahead of cold, windy weather.
One man was on his ninth day awake. The other was simply caught up in the moment. Their meth-fuelled attack on a man in a vehicle had prompted both to want to change their ways, a court has heard.