Negotiations to form a government "are ongoing" with NZ First, National leader Bill English says.
More than 200 people were killed by twin bomb blasts that struck busy junctions in the heart of Somalia's capital, Mogadishu.
Dunedin girl Millie McRodden (8) clings on to Carlos the Donkey as the animal’s owner, Sonya Verdoner, of Balclutha, keeps him steady at the Glenfalloch Gala Day yesterday.
Thousands of hardy revellers braved grey and thundery skies for Dunedin’s annual Vogel St Party on Saturday.
A ghostly echo of Passchendaele reverberated through Dunedin’s streets on Saturday.
A Nasa astrophysicist at the forefront of the search for life on other planets will attempt to illuminate secrets of the universe in Dunedin this week.
A Dunedin woman has described the terrifying moment when the plane she was on was struck by lightning near the city.
Danseys Pass Model T Ford trip organiser Rolly Bell and Sonia Bell line up with their Model T Ford with 12 others at the East Otago Vintage Machinery Club in Palmerston, on Saturday.
A lack of relief teachers is creating dire situations in the region's schools, an Otago Primary Principals’ Association survey has found.
The Very Rev Dr Trevor James officiates at the dedication of the Parata Chapel at St Paul’s Cathedral in Dunedin yesterday morning.
Oamaru's Rainbow Confectionery Rainbow Run was a fundraiser for charity Sporting Chance, which gave money to "kids for sports gear where finances are a barrier to them participating in sport".
About 400 people took part in Oamaru’s America’s Cup Carnival yesterday.
Mental health awareness was spread across the water of Otago Harbour yesterday.
A Dunedin couple say their interactions with the Dunedin City Council have left them both angry and out of pocket.
Oliver Picken (14), of Auckland, ponders his next move at the South Island Rapid Chess Championship in Dunedin yesterday.
Emergency services personnel work to rescue a trapped driver from an overturned car following a serious crash in North Taieri on Saturday.
Kirsten Tallon-McCarthy (6) investigates Zeal Steel during the first weekend of the Dunedin Heritage Festival.
Police have released an image of the slippers worn by missing Dunedin man Gordon Mclean as they again call for the public to help find him.
Queenstown doctor Sam Hazledine got goosebumps when the World Medical Association voted to change the Hippocratic oath to include his amendment regarding the wellbeing of doctors.
Members of the Otago Multiple Sclerosis Society hope a meeting with key figures in its under-siege executive committee will help resolve an acrimonious split in the organisation.