A Wellington man in Auckland for his stag party is recovering in hospital after he was injured during a fight involving up to 20 people in the CBD.
Rock and roll legend Chuck Berry has died aged 90, police in the US state of Missouri report.
A crocodile has savaged a young man who jumped into a river in far north Queensland in the middle of the night.
A 4.6 magnitude earthquake has struck north of Pongaroa, in the lower North Island.
The United States and China will work together to get nuclear-armed North Korea take "a different course", US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says.
A man who attacked soldiers at Paris' Orly airport carried a petrol can and shouted he was there to "die for Allah".
Police have rekeased the name of a pedestrian who died after he was struck by a car in South Auckland on Friday.
The Dunedin man who suffered a serious eye injury at the city’s New Year’s celebrations has learnt he will never recover full sight in his right eye.
The US Department of Homeland Security has issued requests for proposals for prototypes for a wall along the Mexican border.
A St Hilda’s Collegiate School pupil has been awarded two of the New Zealand Qualifications Authority’s (NZQA) top painting awards.
A group of Otago Polytechnic students are on the hunt for Dunedin locations with edible weeds and surplus produce to create a ‘‘foraging’’ map.
When baby Mavis Cawte turns 1, it will be a cause for celebration in more ways than one.
An increase in tourist vehicles along Highcliff Rd has prompted a call for more safe stopping places for motorists.
Supporting young families to give their children the very best start in life is the passion of the Anglican Family Care (AFC) Family Start service team.
The Otago Farmers Market is in the running to be voted the best in the country — but public votes are needed, market general manager Kate Vercoe says.
About 40% of Dunedin renters do not get their bond fully refunded at the end of atenancy, statistics from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) reveal.
The extraordinary breadth of cultures living side by side in Dunedin will be celebrated at the inaugural Dunedin International Storytelling Festival today.
It's alive and it has a sole.
The Otago Art Society has found itself in the middle of a scrap over the authenticity of works by one of Dunedin’s most celebrated artists.
Bangladesh police shot and killed a suspected militant who tried to enter a security checkpost on a motorcycle armed with explosives.