More evidence is needed before stories of a fabled giant cat in the South Island can be believed, an associate professor of ecology at Lincoln University says.
ACC is to reassess claims for surgical mesh injuries it previously declined, as well as consider fresh claims it receives.
Embattled Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis is refusing to apologise for his intimidating behaviour and will instead step down from two committee roles.
A former Canterbury DHB employee who defrauded the organisation and spent the money on gambling and a lavish lifestyle has been sentenced to three years in prison.
Forsyth Barr Stadium is keeping its name after the investment firm signed up for a 10-year naming rights agreement.
A major question mark remains over the future of National's deputy leader Gerry Brownlee, following the party's devastating election loss.
A right-wing British politician has outraged Kiwis online after likening New Zealand to Nazi Germany in a series of tweets taking aim at Jacinda Ardern and the Government's Covid response.
For the 1 in 3 New Zealanders living in a rental house and the 235,000 New Zealand children growing up in poverty, recent comments by Reserve Bank Chief Economist Yuong Ha will be jarring.
Peter Adam and Sarah Clark Adam from Wilden Station arrive in the original 1924 Austin Wilden Station farm truck to vote at the Dunrobin Hall, which is going to be demolished in a few months.
Several well-known Otago locations are featured in a new musical tourism promotion aimed at encouraging Kiwis to explore new parts of the country.
A former head of Southern Victim Support who was jailed for 14 years for sexually abusing a pre-teen boy is appealing his conviction and sentence.
Victoria has had two coronavirus deaths and two new cases as Melbourne emerges from its 112-day lockdown.
A number of crashes in Dunedin yesterday kept police busy after an "incredibly disappointing" weekend on the city's roads.
Antibodies against Covid-19 declined rapidly in the British population over summer, a study shows, suggesting protection after infection may not be long lasting and raising the prospect of waning immunity.
National leader Judith Collins says today's caucus meeting will go over portfolios and update MPs on the party's review of the election campaign defeat.
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau is predicting a "tough winter" as a second wave of Covid-19 engulfs much of the country, saying the pandemic "sucks" and is a horrific national tragedy.