A young patient at Auckland's Starship Hospital has been rescued after getting stuck in a ceiling.
New Zealanders may or may not know the future of their government by dinner time.
Quebec will ban face coverings for people giving or receiving provincial government services under a new law passed that rights groups say marginalises Muslim women in the mainly French-speaking Canadian province.
The NFL has rejected US President Donald Trump's calls to punish players who kneel for the national anthem to protest racism, but says players "should" stand and it hopes the demonstrations will stop.
Catalonia has refused to bow to the Spanish government’s demand it renounce a symbolic declaration of independence.
Fiji will issue a $50 million ‘‘green’’ bond in coming weeks to help fund efforts to combat the effects of global climate change, the first developing country to do so.
A manhunt is under way in the central North Island last night amid speculation shots were fired at a fleeing police car after a handcuffed man managed to get behind the wheel.
Insurer IAG is suing Christchurch Adventure Park and powerline company Orion over the devastating fires in Christchurch’s Port Hills.
Not every hopeful doctor can claim they've already saved a life, but in Erin Knox's case, she may have already done just that.
NZ First leader Winston Peters is on his way to the Beehive Theatrette to announce who he will support into Government.
A famous Dunedin pub has once again shut its doors.
A traffic island installed in Caversham recently was ripped up just a week later, and now a new one is being put in.
There is uncertainty over the future of the Otago Rescue Helicopter Trust and HeliOtago’s role as medical emergency provider in Otago and Southland.
A duck and her ducklings waddled across Portobello Rd yesterday oblivious to the crash they caused.
An early morning police chase that ended in a fugitive being pulled from the smoking wreck of his car easily could have hurt someone else, a bystander says.
A film about Dunedin band The Chills looks set to be released to international film circuit audiences after a fundraising goal of $60,000 was reached early.
The 2017 World Jet Boat Marathon was back on track yesterday as competitors took to the waters of the Waitaki River three times.
A new urologist will be hired at Dunedin Hospital to help deal with the crisis in the service.
Enjoying a Chinese tea ceremony are (from left) Maisie Hulls (8) of Grant’s Braes School, Lucy Maole (10) of St Clair School, and Leyton ‘Aluesi (12) and Holly Bezett (12), both of Tahuna Normal...
Students line up outside Smithells Gymnasium on the first day of University of Otago examinations.