A new "duck lodge" on a farm at the foot of Maungatua had its grand opening today.
The University of Otago is looking to boost its retail and food offerings as part of a plan to liven up the Dunedin campus.
A coastal Otago shop is pulling tobacco from its shelves after a spate of thefts and robberies targeted the products to feed the city’s black market.
A chocolate-themed hotel could rise from the ashes after Dunedin’s Cadbury factory closes next year.
A whistleblower warned police bosses about an alleged sexual assault involving a senior Northland officer, but no action was taken.
Greenpeace climbers unfurled a banner urging people to vote against far-right candidate Marine Le Pen in the upcoming presidential election.
Google has launched imagery of over 100 New Zealand tourist attractions and points of interest n Google Street View.
A childcare teacher has been found guilty of smacking and force-feeding children and washing a boy's mouth out with soap.
Human remains have been found during a post-storm excavation work by a council contractor.
Beijing removed 180,000 old and polluting vehicles from its roads to try and tackle congestion and smog.
A Grey Power petition to allow people to grow cannabis has been turned down.
A person who shot a threatened species of New Zealand bird could face up to two years in prison and a fine of $100,000.
The man who died following a Christchurch fire has been named.
AusCann have been granted a licence to grow medicinal cannabis in a secret location in Western Australia.
Biosecurity teams in Kerikeri have begun trying to contain the fungal plant disease myrtle rust, which poses a serious threat to several iconic New Zealand species.
Residents had to evacuate after a fire was discovered in a central city building late last night.
A man and a woman killed in a head-on collision in the South Island yesterday are believed to be tourists who arrived in the country that morning.
Aid agencies are mobilising in the Pacific as the latest tropical cyclone is due to hit Vanuatu this weekend.
Police have released more than 13 hours of video inside the Pike River mine drift taken by a robot four months after the deadly explosion.
The family of a Kansas boy who was killed while riding the world's tallest water slide will receive a settlement of $NZ29 million.