John Key is set to land in the centre of a diplomatic crisis between the United States and Russia during leaders' week at the United Nations over the truce in Syria.
A man and a woman detained last week have been charged with terrorist offences, although the woman has been freed under conditions, federal prosecutors said.
Investigators have sifted through blast remnants, examined video and scoured the scene of an explosion that wounded 29 people in Manhattan, attempting to establish if there were any links to international terrorism.
A woman has died after being struck by a train in Christchurch this morning.
Isaac Koh (9), of Dunedin, was one of about 700 people in the city to celebrate the Chinese Moon Festival yesterday.
Police are hunting for a third person wanted in connection with a Dunedin aggravated robbery where a firearm was brandished.
Dunedin City councillors will today vote on the preferred location for a $5.25 million library and community hub for South Dunedin.
Police are disputing claims the rescue of a fisherman who jumped from his burning boat off the Dunedin coast was mishandled.
Police were called following a large student party in the Dunedin Botanic Garden on Saturday.
Dunedin City Council candidates entertained and informed a capacity audience which packed the Opoho Presbyterian Church last night.
Four Queenstown men are lucky to be alive after their kayaks overturned and they were swept out to sea off Warrington in tidal currents on Saturday night.
Nine ducklings narrowly survived a daring dash across Dunedin’s Southern Motorway between Green Island and Fairfield on Saturday.
A Dunedin youth advocate has hit out at CYF after young offenders have been forced to spend time in police cells or been transferred to residences as far away as Auckland while Dunedin’s Will St home sits idle.
Local and national clothing designers and local retailers showed their latest garments at the Zonta Spring Fashion Show on Saturday.
Children playing recorders perform Grandfather’s Clock during the Saturday Morning Music Classes’ annual demonstration concert in a packed Dunedin Town Hall yesterday afternoon.
Every fisherman has a tale about the big one that got away.
A group of 70 student volunteers descended on Brockville on Saturday, gardening, painting and baking their way into the hearts of residents.
Dunedin’s Japanese-inspired drum team, “O-Taiko”, will present a “Spring Celebration” concert at 1pm on Sunday, September 25 at Logan Park High School.
The 100th anniversary of the First World War in France has been marked in a formal ceremony in Wellington this morning.
An explosion has rocked the Chelsea neighbourhood of Manhattan, causing at least 25 injuries.