An elderly pedestrian was seriously injured when she was hit by a vehicle in Great King St, Dunedin, this morning.
Two people have been rescued from a sinking boat off the coast of Karitane this morning.
French prosecutors have appointed a magistrate to investigate allegations concerning presidential candidate Francois Fillon and his wife.
A man is dead after a single-vehicle crash in Hawke's Bay overnight.
Changes have been announced to Lotto, including the introduction of a division seven winner category and bigger Powerball prizes.
An expert at Auckland's Stardome has weighed in on reports of a bright light shooting across the skies over New Zealand last night.
Fears have been raised that motorists might fail to recognise a 3-D crossing in North Dunedin, putting pedestrians at risk.
Delta is being sued for more than $2 million by seven Saddle Hill property owners who say the company is to blame for a massive fire in 2015.
Dunedin deputy mayor Chris Staynes has welcomed a move by a not-for-profit organisation to seek a lessee to operate historic Otago Harbour ferry Elsie Evans.
Hairdressers are known for their ability to have conversations about anything with anyone at any time.
A small part of tarsealed Taieri Mouth Rd temporarily became a gravel road again yesterday when a gravel truck lost its load between Brighton Rd and Daphne Rd.
Taiaroa Head Royal Albatross Centre staff (from left) retail manager Sharon Thomas, guide Mary Laurenson, administration manager Jo Severinsen and guides Summer Gleeson and Julie Heriard-Dubreuilh...
HMNZS Otago crew members (from left) leading weapons technician Ashleigh Crum, leading seamanship combat specialist Filomena Songivalu and ordinary hydrographic survey operator Josephine Sharp tie...
Dunedin Botanic Garden users sick of students taking up their car parking spaces are calling on the council to do something about it.
Bradford School is becoming crowded following a delay in the establishment of an enrolment zone.
A $1.2million development at Dunedin North Intermediate has been significantly delayed.
They might be bad drivers, but they are not bad people.
Is there life after Cadbury for manufacturing in Dunedin? And, if there is, what might it look like? Chris Morris reports.
The heat will be on in Waitati today. Waitati Volunteer Fire Brigade chief fire officer Jeff Burrow said 30 firefighters from across the South would compete in the Firefighter Combat Challenge for...
The takeover of Cadbury is leaving a bitter taste in the mouths of chocolate fans and workers from the United Kingdom to Dunedin. Chris Morris reports.