Dunedin woman Dr Priscilla Wehi will fulfil a lifelong dream when she joins an all-female expedition to the Antarctic.
The arrival of the British and Irish Lions to take on the Highlanders next month is sure to bring back memories for one St Clair resident.
More than 100 Anglican representatives converge on Mosgiel this weekend to start the process of appointing a new bishop of Dunedin.
The curtains are not closing on the Dunedin Curtain Bank just yet — but the organisation still needs more donations to tide it over, its manager says.
As if duck-shooting season was not enough, some feathered friends in Portobello are waddling into more trouble, because they are not "road savvy".
After more than 21 years, David Horne is retiring from the Volunteering Otago board.
Change to New Zealand's drug laws is "inevitable" - and associate health minister Peter Dunne says he's willing to lead the debate.
A French astronaut has shared a spectacular photo of the South Island as seen from space.
One person has died and another has serious injuries after a crash near Motueka, at the top of the South Island.
A dangerous offender with a distinctive facial tattoo is on the loose.
Passengers on an Auckland-bound flight forced to return to Rarotonga say they had to sleep outside the airport terminal after airline staff took their accommodation.
The first night of Vivid Sydney saw the harbour city transform into a technicolour playground after the lights were switched on Friday evening.
Egypt has carried out air strikes on camps in Libya said to have been training militants who killed dozens of Christians earlier in the day.
Hillary Clinton has launched an aggressive attack on the man who beat her to the White House in a fiery speech at her former university.
At least four domestic flights have been cancelled and 10 more delayed because of fog at Auckland Airpport this morning.
British police say they have arrested a "large part of the network" behind this week's Manchester suicide bombing.
Two people have been killed in crashes in Christchurch and Auckland overnight.
A ''dangerous'' man reported as missing from Wakari Hospital in Dunedin yesterday was found at the facility last night.
From today, Dunedin McDonald’s customers will be able to buy the Otago Daily Times and give to a charity helping families in need.
Buried within Budget 2017 was the release of a discussion document proposing to reform the income tax deductibility of feasibility expenditure. Deloitte Dunedin tax partner Peter Truman said the...