The UK government will reportedly start a registration process to gauge the interest of European Union citizens in British residency as the country leaves the EU.
The family of a US student jailed in North Korea for 17 months and sent home in a coma has declined a post-mortem.
Belgian troops have shot dead a suspected suicide bomber in Brussels' central train station in what authorities are treating as the latest terrorist incident in Europe.
Three-time Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis is retiring from acting.
Flights in and out of Christchurch are disrupted by fog this morning, and services to Dunedin and Queenstown have been affected.
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters has accused the Greens of selling out New Zealanders with their policy to increase the refugee quota.
Labour leader Andrew Little does not accept conclusions in a report that clears the GCSB's role in supporting the Government's failed bid to install Tim Groser as boss of the WTO.
It's a cold start for the South today, with temperatures below zero in many parts of Otago and Southland.
A thawing cake forgotten in a South Dunedin bus stop prompted a police response after concerns from the public.
It's the shortest day of the year today and about 50 Otago Boys' High School pupils will be noticing the chill after having the shortest haircuts of their lives.
Clutha-Southland MP Todd Barclay has been accused of inventing complaints against a former employee who went to the police alleging he secretly recorded her.
The man behind a public campaign to save Dunedin's chocolate factory fears Mondelez International is ''not all that interested''.
A BMW rolled yesterday after its driver lost control on an icy road that had been inspected by Dunedin City Council contractors hours earlier.
A peanut-shaped roundabout could fix one of the city's more dangerous intersections.
Red Cross humanitarian support worker Fathima Ahsan, of Sri Lanka, talks about World Refugee Day at the Meridian mall, in Dunedin yesterday.
The suspicious package which sparked the closure of much of Dunedin's CBD on Friday due to bomb fears was a demo tape from a Dunedin noise band.
A 31-year-old Dunedin man has been arrested following a fire that extensively damaged a South Dunedin house yesterday.
One of Dunedin's ''old girls'' is having a $250,000 facelift. Larnach Castle general manager Paul Phelan said the leaking historic building was undergoing restoration work.
Second-hand boots and a new wheelbarrow are on the shopping list of Dunedin's newest Bonus Bonds millionaire.
Contractors had an uphill battle to replace power poles on the world's steepest street yesterday.