A key figure retiring after helping lead Otago Polytechnic through significant change says the quality of education it provides has been a constant.
Three people are injured after a driver failed to stop for police and fled in a reportedly stolen vehicle in Christchurch early today.
Anxiety levels are rising among Dunedin Midwinter Carnival Trust members as buildings around their David St storage facility start disappearing.
Two of four community Covid-19 cases reported in Canterbury earlier in the week have now been confirmed to be the Omicron variant.
The latest MIQ battle to make headlines - pregnant Kiwi journalist Charlotte Bellis finding refuge in Afghanistan thanks to the Taliban - again shows how inhumane the system is, Act leader David...
New South Wales has again recorded its deadliest day of the Covid-19 pandemic, with 49 deaths in the 24 hours to 8pm on Friday.
A Givealittle page has been set up for the family of the 37-year-old Colombian woman who was killed in her Christchurch apartment last Saturday.
A Dunedin murderer has been resoundingly knocked back in his bid for access to opiate pain medication while behind bars.
A Dunedin man capped off a week of meth-fuelled mayhem when he crashed with his pregnant partner and stole the car of a Good Samaritan, a court has heard.
Predator Free Dunedin’s vision of a pest-free city has received a major boost after it secured a $7 million funding injection to allow the conservation collective to expand its area of operations.
Former Black Caps star Chris Cairns has been discharged from hospital almost five months after suffering a life-threatening heart attack and paralysis in August last year.
Planning for a series of Dunedin cycleways could need a serious rejig because the money so far allocated by the city council would deliver less than half the proposed programme.
Lengthy delays in getting ambulances to people in need are being investigated by St John, as demand on its service and staff shortages begin to burn.
Students are likely to bring Omicron with them when they move South over the coming weeks, a pair of Covid-19 researchers say.
A principal of a Dunedin secondary school who has not been vaccinated will be working off site and unable to meet pupils when school returns next week.
While the country has been enjoying a Delta-tinged golden summer, prior to the arrival of our Omicron autumn of discontent, various MPs have been hard at work trying to improve the health system.
Thousands of Kiwi parents are applying for mask exemptions for their children before schools return next week.