A looming stop-work meeting for teachers, aimed at discussing proposed changes to the Education Act, is expected to cause disruption across Otago schools early next month.
An earthquake of 6.8 magnitude has struck central Myanmar, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) said, shaking buildings across the country and the region.
Pat Brittenden and Dominic George look back at the Olympics and discuss their highlights. They also let you know when the Black Ferns are coming to Dunedin and ask the question, “who is the...
Pat Brittenden and Dominic George look at the situation where the SDHB spent over $500,000 per year on two consultants but are not prepared to release the reports those consultants wrote.
The cyclist killed in a collision with a light truck just north of Hokitika this morning was a local teenager.
A teenager has been arrested following the attempted robbery of Highgate Dairy, in Dunedin, earlier this month.
Dominic George and Pat Brittenden look back at the All Black's great performance against Australia last weekend and look ahead to this weekend’s match in Wellington.
Police are questioning a driver over an alleged hit-and-run that broke a young boy's leg in Auckland.
Rescue teams are working through the night to find survivors of a devastating quake in central Italy.
Air New Zealand's chief executive Christopher Luxon says bad behaviour by crew posted to social media let down the entire company.
A man has attacked a friend at a party over Facebook messages between his partner and the victim.
A person died after crashing into a fence in Penrose this morning.
About 400 people gathered opposite the University of Otago Clock Tower this afternoon to protest proposed cuts to the University of Otago humanities division.
A report shows in graphic detail the kind of damage Zika infections can do to the developing brain.
One Thai person was killed and 30 wounded when two bombs exploded near a hotel in the southern Thai beach town of Pattani.
Former All Blacks coach Sir Graham Henry is one of a group of prominent Kiwis supporting a campaign to raise awareness of child poverty.
A proposal to create online learning centres which can be run by private providers is being described as blatant privatisation and a threat to the Correspondence School.
Mexico's Communications and Transport Ministry said it had taken over a concession to a southern railroad, whose trains are known locally as 'The Beast', which thousands of Central American...
International Olympic Committee (IOC) member Patrick Hickey and the head of a ticketing company discussed the illegal sale of Olympic tickets, Brazilian police say.
The husband of Lecretia Seales has made an emotional appeal to MPs to reform the law on voluntary euthanasia - saying fear and religious opposition should not deny others a choice.