A teenager has died four days after he became trapped under weightlifting equipment at a Brisbane gym.
The Green Party has a responsibility to negotiate with National if it wants to clean up New Zealand's environment, former National Prime Minister Jim Bolger says.
Somewhere, in one of the Rotorua lakes, there's a 'golden trout' worth $10,000 to a lucky angler.
Police can now release the name of the man who died when his motorcycle collided with a tractor near Darfield on Friday.
Radio host Jay-Jay Harvey has alleged she was assaulted by an Auckland taxi driver last night after leaving a bar in Ponsonby.
Police are investigating a fire which seriously damaged a vacant Housing New Zealand property in Perth Street, Mosgiel overnight.
If Prince Harry thought he was going to get a simple handshake from Kiwi war hero Willie Apiata when the pair met yesterday, he was in for a big surprise.
A wrong turn landed an Auckland driver in an awkward position this morning, with his car teetering down a set of pedestrian steps he mistook for a driveway.
Tens of thousands of Catalans are expected to defy Spanish authorities and attempt to vote in a banned independence referendum on Sunday (local time), raising fears of unrest in the wealthy...
U.S. President Donald Trump blamed Puerto Ricans on Saturday for failing to do enough to dig out from damage caused by Hurricane Maria, saying criticism leveled at his government for the slow...
Labour MP Rino Tirikatene is delighted to have been returned by voters to the vast Maori seat of Ta Tai Tonga, with a majority of 3987.
Dunedin North list MP Michael Woodhouse says he is feeling "pretty relaxed'' about the possible outcome of talks with Winston Peters and New Zealand First in the wake of the election.
They're mischievous, like to play-fight and chase each other.
Fewer residents are approaching budget advisers for a share of a Dunedin City Council fund to help those struggling to pay their electricity bill.
The Smith family, of Dunedin, has learned to "live in the moment'', as they deal with the ongoing impact of muscular dystrophy.
Over three years, motorists in the coastal Otago region parted with $132,000 in fines for using cellphones in their vehicles, police statistics show.
Is your cellphone hurtling out of control towards your face?
A Dunedin man believes his cat is scratching on the door of being the world's oldest feline.
Dunedin North MP David Clark said he was "really chuffed'' with the outcome of the election, "particularly locally''.
Dunedin South MP Clare Curran feels "heartened'' by the election result, especially since voters in her electorate produced the biggest winning margin for party votes in New Zealand.