Two crashes in Dunedin yesterday afternoon caused a road closure and minor injuries.
There is no evidence linking poor air quality and health problems in parts of Otago, regional councillor Michael Laws says.
Hundreds of people gathered at Otakou Marae yesterday to farewell Kuao Langsbury, a respected Te Runanga o Otakou and Ngai Tahu leader, who died last Saturday.
New Zealand drivers have been labelled "lazy and dangerous" following a recent survey done by the NZ Automobile Association.
Historical gems around the globe, ranging from a Syrian bazaar and the last active synagogue in Alexandria to England's Blackpool Piers and Alabama civil rights buildings, are threatened by war, disasters and urbanisation.
Two crashes in Dunedin this afternoon caused a road closure and minor injuries.
The number of people who have laid claims with ACC for injuries caused by the use of surgical mesh has continued to climb despite problems with the product being well known, new figures show.
New Zealand First will be in a position tomorrow afternoon to make an announcement on the result of negotiations following the 2017 General Election.
An iconic Dunedin bar has once again shut its doors.
Oamaru lolly maker Rainbow Confectionery says it is very disappointed Mondelez did not agree to let Rainbow make its Kiwi branded sweets.
A diver's encounter with a sea lion in Otago Harbour is one of several recent animal episodes that bolster Dunedin’s claim to be the ''wildlife capital of New Zealand''.
A bird's plumage has been compared to one of David Bain's infamous jerseys as claims of trolling surface in the Bird of the Year competition.
A man whose Jeep ended up in the Otago Harbour says the accident happened because he swerved to avoid ducklings.
It's one thing having an offer you can't refuse. It's quite another having two offers you can't refuse.
Amazon Studios chief Roy Price has resigned, following reports that he harassed a producer and ignored an actress' allegation of sexual assault by disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein.
US-backed militias in Syria have declared victory over Islamic State in its capital Raqqa, raising flags over the last jihadist footholds after a four-month battle.
Criticism is mounting over President Donald Trump's claim that past US leaders didn't contact family members of soldiers who died in combat during their time in the White House.
A cool day is in store for the South Island today before a warm air mass lifts temperatures over the next two days.
A witness has slammed the driver of a car which fled police in Green Island as an "inconsiderate idiot" and says it is fortunate he did not take out an innocent bystander.
Kiwis are being warned New Zealand is not safe from a North Korean attack.