Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has given birth to her daughter.
Family and friends have arrived with flowers to farewell budding Melbourne comedian Eurydice Dixon, who was raped and murdered in a crime that sparked national outrage.
Sydney millionaire Ron Medich has been jailed for at least 30 years for directing the execution-style murder of a business enemy and the intimidation of his widow.
The New Zealand media have lost the plot around the Prime Minister having a baby, Mike Hosking reckons.
Dunedin police are searching for the driver of a campervan which collided with three parked cars and then drove off.
A man who photographed teenaged girls in their swimwear at a beach using a zoom lens while crouching out of sight has had his conviction quashed by NZ's highest court.
Over a hundred Southland women gathered in Invercargill on Wednesday night to celebrate a 125 years of women’s suffrage in New Zealand.
No less than seven Highlanders have made the match-day squad for the All Blacks as they prepare to take on the French in Dunedin this weekend.
An Estimated 3000 people lined Queenstown's waterfront yesterday to watch a Queenstown Winter Festival opening ceremony with a strong cultural flavour.
Dunedinites decided to put others first today, bringing together a collection of food for the less fortunate in the Octagon.
A new world-class landing bag will be installed on the slopes of Cardrona skifield this season, as snow sport athletes start working towards securing a podium finish at the next Winter Olympics.
The 44th Queenstown Winter Festival kicks off tonight.
Instagram has launched a mobile app dedicated to user-generated videos up to an hour long, competing with ad-supported streaming services such as YouTube.
North Korea's Kim Jong Un and Chinese President Xi Jinping have come to an understanding on issues discussed at a summit of the two leaders, including denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula, the...
The New Zealand Government has welcomed a U-turn by the United States on its controversial policy of separating children from their parents at the US-Mexico border.
A major milestone has been reached in the long-awaited Arrowtown Sports and Community Centre project.
More than 450 patients died prematurely in a British hospital after they were given powerful painkillers with no medical justification, in what a damning report found was a "disregard for human life".
A cyclist had to be cut free from his bike after crashing in Dunedin.
The children of a former Otago University lecturer at the centre of poisoning allegations reject what they are calling ''unsubstantiated'' claims.
When Madeline Anderson was born in Baldwin St in 1907 electricity was only just being introduced to Dunedin.