US trials show a scalp cooling technology reduces hair loss amongst chemotherapy patients.
Former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark is in the running for another high-profile aid job based in Geneva, according to reports.
Dunedin mayor Dave Cull is working with local agencies to support Cadbury workers going through a "devastating time".
Robert Durst, the real estate scion tied to several slayings explored in HBO's series 'The Jinx', returned to a Los Angeles courtroom on to face a prosecution witness whose identity was being kept secret until taking the stand.
There were tears as hundreds of Cadbury's workers were told the factory will close next year.
Selwyn College was briefly evacuated earlier this morning.
Dunedin tourist attraction Cadbury World will remain open despite the planned closure of Cadbury's manufacturing plant in the city.
After years of speculation and concern, the Cadbury factory in Dunedin will finally close next year, leaving about 350 people facing an uncertain future.
President Donald Trump has dropped US insistence on a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, a longstanding bedrock of Middle East policy.
Pre- and post-natal depression has been studied exhaustively in mothers but a new study of 3500 Kiwi men has revealed how dads are also affected by the baby blues.
A notebook belonging to Sir Edmund Hillary will be auctioned off after it was discovered in a box of old books donated by the late mountaineer's caretaker.
It's been a long night for Christchurch residents. Here's what you need to know first thing this morning:
The battle continues to contain the huge fire consuming the Port Hills area near Christchurch that has razed about a dozen houses and forced the evacuation of 1000 people from 450 homes.
Lee Vandervis says there is ''no reason'' for DCC staff to claim the city's infrastructure coped well with Monday's storm, given the number of shops and basements that were flooded.
The pull of flatting on Dunedin's party streets is not waning despite grimy conditions and rising rents, students say.
The classrooms of seven schools in Otago will be stocked with fruit and vegetables this year thanks to an $8 million government programme targeting child obesity and malnutrition.
A man was left with a serious facial injury after being assaulted outside Dunedin Airport in an early morning attack.
Beleaguered Delta and Aurora chief executive Grady Cameron has confirmed he is standing down.
The tears flowed when Canadian cyclist Bernard Gendron responded to his children's commands in Dunedin Hospital on Tuesday.
The head of the doctors' college who apologised for Herb Green's ''unfortunate experiment'' at National Women's Hospital has defended a three-decade delay making it.