Bill English says he isn't worried about any grudges Winston Peters may hold against National - including a suspicion a leak of Peters' personal information came from within the party.
Natural evolution could be making New Zealand's iconic bird blind as its natural habitat and way of life renders sight unnecessary for survival.
Jewish groups in Europe and the US have expressed alarm at the success of the far-right Alternative for Germany party in Sunday's parliamentary election.
Two people have been arrested following a police chase north of Dunedin this morning.
North Korea's foreign minister said President Donald Trump had declared war on North Korea and that Pyongyang reserved the right to take countermeasures.
The search in the Catlins area for missing Dunedin man Stephen Lowe, which was suspended yesterday, has resumed this morning.
A chief fire officer is seeking to limit call-outs to help the morbidly obese because they are injuring firefighters and diverting them from ‘‘real emergencies’’.
Wild weather that caused havoc in southern and central New Zealand yesterday is working its way up the country with the promise of gales and possible thunderstorms.
The NZ Transport Agency wants the Riley Baker Memorial near the Shag Point turnoff moved, his sister, Sarah, says.
A 41-year-old man was taken into custody by police in Mosgiel last night after an armed offenders squad call-out.
The case of a stolen mobility scooter in St Kilda has been solved.
The intersection of Forbury Rd, Victoria Rd and Bedford St will soon have a $400,000 roundabout.
Visitor to Dunedin lining up to get their baggage at Dunedin Airport will now do so seemingly under the watchful gaze of two yellow-eyed penguins.
The University of Otago has supported the decision not to allow Super Liquor to establish another outlet in the student quarter.
Logan Park High School international prefects and International Food Festival organisers Emily Wu (18), of Taiwan, and Brjann Hrobjartsson (17), of Iceland, celebrate the school's cultural...
Stepping into Adrian Mann's piano-tuning workshop, you get the impression - as impossible as it sounds - that pianos can procreate.
Few details emerged yesterday about the house fire in Brockville that is believed to have killed a Dunedin man.
A group of pupils from Arthur Street School, Kavanagh College and Otago Girls' High School enjoyed "green eggs and ham'' and chocolate biscuits yesterday when Children's Commissioner Judge Andrew...
A Dunedin city councillor has labelled National List MP Michael Woodhouse "desperate'' for lashing out at critics after losing the party vote in Dunedin.
If you thought it was extraordinarily hot and steamy in bed on Sunday night, it was.