Schapelle Corby's mother, Rosleigh Rose, is worried about how the convicted drug smuggler will adjust to life back in Australia when she finally returns home more than a decade after her arrest.
A doctor who supports compulsory immunisation for Kiwi children says his family have been attacked by the anti-vaccination community.
The cost of road improvements including a cycleway on Otago Peninsula have blown out, but the project is set to go ahead.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will appeal to NATO leaders to unite to combat terrorism by addressing its root causes.
One person is dead and another injured after a smash on a busy South Auckland street early today.
Two people were injured in a two-car crash in central Dunedin last night.
The Manchester bomber's father and two brothers have been arrested on suspicion of links to Islamic State in relation to Monday night's attack.
Thick fog shrouding Auckland this morning is causing travel chaos as nearly 70 flights are cancelled and delayed.
A "loud bang" echoed across a Dunedin suburb last night after a handbrake on a parked car failed and it smashed into another parked car.
The mother of a Dunedin man who took his own life in 2013 says she is confident a national inquiry into the mental health care system will happen.
A witness says a bus involved in a crash with a car in central Dunedin yesterday failed to stop at a red traffic light.
A woman with moderate injuries was taken by ambulance to Dunedin Hospital after a ''three-car crash'' in central Dunedin yesterday.
An elusive dog from a remote town in Hawke's Bay found himself lost and alone and embroiled in a case of mistaken identity in Dunedin yesterday.
Dunedin is set to pick up more than 40 new jobs if a proposed move of the Accident Compensation Corporation from northern centres goes ahead.
Any concerns Dunedin production house NHNZ may be closed following its acquisition by international media company Blue Ant Media have been quashed.
The Government has the best chance today in its nine years in power to take Labour out of the social spending equation with the delivery of Finance Minister Steven Joyce's first Budget.
Immigration, superannuation and a swipe at University of Otago students were all part of the day for New Zealand First leader Winston Peters during his visit to Dunedin yesterday.
New Zealand First has selected a group of five eclectic candidates for its ''Deep South'' electorates.
Jaimin Armstrong may be one of only about 20,000 children born each year with a rare heart condition, but much to his disgust, that does not get him off doing the dishes each day.
An online superstar chose to have a catnap instead of attending the first reading of a book about him yesterday.