Nikki Kaye knew she was going to leave politics as she walked out of the caucus room on Tuesday night.
New Zealand is hedging its bets over using Huawei technology in its 5G phone network despite growing concerns about Chinese political influence, Professor Robert Patman says.
A second academic at the Auckland University of Technology has resigned following allegations of inappropriate behaviour.
Multiple high-profile Twitter accounts were hijacked, with US presidential candidate Joe Biden, Kim Kardashian, former President Barack Obama and billionaire Elon Musk, among many others - used to solicit digital currency.
Police believe six offenders, armed with a hockey stick, machete and screwdriver, conducted two simultaneous robberies in the Hillcrest shopping area in Hamilton.
Victoria has reported two more deaths and 317 coronavirus cases, making it Australia's largest daily increase during the pandemic.
WorkSafe has filed charges following an investigation into a gas explosion at a Christchurch house that injured six people in July last year.
The former student representative for clubs at the University of Otago has revealed a complaint about sexual misconduct has been laid against him.
Police accept that an officer's use of a Taser when a man resisted arrest in Dunedin last year was not just justified.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has paid tribute to her long-term political rival, Nikki Kaye, after the National MP announced her shock retirement this morning.
Dunedin emergency services were called to a crash involving four cars on an icy Southern Motorway at Fairfield this morning.
When a car crashed into Paul and Chessa Mierzejewski’s home office in St Kilda, the Dunedin couple did not know what they would do. That was until a Good Samaritan came along.
Senior National MPs Nikki Kaye and Amy Adams are quitting politics, creating a massive headache for new leader Judith Collins.
A "humbling" response from staff and an unexpected upturn in sales has helped slash the number of predicted job losses at Tuapeka Gold Print.
Dunedin list MP Michael Woodhouse says he's disappointed at being stripped of his health spokesman’s role but enthusiastic about new roles given to him by new National leader Judith Collins.
There is delight in the South as it gets to enjoy its time in the Provincial Growth Fund limelight, with announcements of contributions to projects across the region totalling nearly $50 million.
Launching the University of Otago’s online MBA degree in China is likely to double the degree’s overall intake and generate $2.8 million in extra income.