Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate have released three new photographs of their youngest son, Prince Louis, to mark his first birthday on Tuesday.
A person has died after a crash north of Gisborne early this morning, bringing the road toll for the Easter holiday period to three.
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Wreckage has been found in the search for a Te Anau rescue helicopter in the Southern Ocean.
Otago Sri Lankans are "devastated and heartbroken'' by terror attacks in their home country and say they will do all they can to help.
A Lime Scooter "drag race'' through the streets of Dunedin yesterday was more intimate than expected.
Two Otago University alumni will be awarded honorary doctorates at two of the upcoming May graduation ceremonies.
An innovative University of Otago study suggests that Pasifika youngsters have good ideas on how to overcome the serious inequalities in dental care that affect them.
A big surge in participation and an increase in fun activities resulted in a successful "Fresh 19'' Easter Camp for about 200 young people at the Taieri A&P Showgrounds, organisers said.
Teachers recruited to help fill New Zealand’s desperate teacher shortage are being paid below the legal minimum wage, their union says.
The St John ambulance service says it is learning from its mistakes as complaints about its performance mount up.
It's a thin line where the patina of age on Europe's countless monuments gives way to the onset of neglect. Like with so many loved ones, all is assumed to be fine, until suddenly it's not.
Ukraine has entered uncharted political waters after exit polls showed a comedian with no political experience and few detailed policies easily won enough votes to become the next president.
Kiwis with upcoming trips or travel plans to Sri Lanka should get in touch with their travel agent and register with Safe Travel to be alerted to any further risk after the Easter Sunday deadly attacks.
Police in Sri Lanka say an investigation into the Easter Sunday bombings will examine reports that the intelligence community failed to detect or warn of possible suicide attacks before the violence.
Mental health helplines have been inundated with calls from people traumatised by media coverage of the Christchurch terror attacks.