A Masterton family have been reunited with their long-lost cat five years after it went missing.
A mural depicting shock jock Alan Jones wearing a ball-gag head harness has popped up on an inner Sydney wall.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the US must lower trade barriers and open up parts of its economy to British firms, citing a wide range of markets from cars to cauliflowers.
Private details of hundreds of young New Zealanders, including passports, birth certificates and drivers' licence details, were exposed on a Government website during a digital security breach.
Police fired volleys of tear gas to break up protests after activists threw petrol bombs and bricks in Hong Kong.
Twin sisters studying at the University of Otago have hit the sweet spot online, gaining more than 10,000 followers on their Instagram account.
Dunedin lawn bowlers struggling to get down to deliver have been invited to try a device designed to extend their playing days and keep greenkeepers happy.
A historic drainage pump which helped transform the Taieri from a swamp to productive land is set for display.
A three-decade commitment to supporting refugees in the city will be marked next month, as the Refugee Support Group (Dunedin) celebrates its 30th anniversary.
People can surf the internet for free at Wi-Fi hot spots across Dunedin - but some are hotter than others.
Police can do better at transporting prisoners after four escaped in Levin recently, the country's police association says.
Hundreds of thousands of New Zealanders suffering asthma have been given hope by a life-changing study involving the University of Otago.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is mobilising the army to help combat a record number of fires in the Amazon rainforest.
Police have released the name of a pedestrian who died after being hit by a car in Kaiapoi, north of Christchurch, yesterday.
A New Zealand teenager infected with measles who visited Disneyland in Los Angeles has prompted warnings from a US health service.