Ozzy Osbourne has pulled out of his New Zealand, Australian and and Japanese tours next month due to illness.
Police are investigating after the discovery of a body in a rural area north of Dunedin, as detectives and forensic scientists examine what appears to be a blood-spattered crime scene at a house in St Clair.
Japan would like to join New Zealand's intelligence-sharing alliance to improve its relationship with the United States, Professor Robert Patman believes.
Jami-Lee Ross has used Parliament’s question time to grill the Prime Minister on whether any government minister would be allowed to use official overseas travel to seek party donations.
The state of emergency in the Nelson-Tasman region has been extended for another week amid ongoing bush fires.
Stargazers are being treated to a bumper season of so-called "supermoons" – with the next spectacle due overhead tonight.
Serial rapist Malcolm Rewa has told a court he will not ever forgive himself for hurting women - but he didn't rape or murder Susan Burdett.
This is the time of year rodeos are run and advertised, usually as 'community fun events for all the family'.
Rise and shine with a good sunny day at St Clair beach provided the best relaxing day to recharge the soul.
We called into the Glenore Cemetery recently and were shocked at what we found. How can this happen or who gave permission for this?
The Poet Pallet, Dunedin’s most boisterous celebration of spoken word performance, has helped set the Waitati Music Festival apart from other summer festivals for the past 9 years running.
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Reports showing deaths caused by drug driving having overtaken the drink driving toll don't take into account all of the available information, says a drug and alcohol counsellor.
Donald Trump has warned members of Venezuela's military loyal to socialist leader Nicolas Maduro that they are risking their future and their lives.