The South Today Friday 18 June
Vanuatu Supreme Court judge, Justice Oliver Saksak, has upheld a decision by the former Speaker of Parliament to expel 19 government MPs from parliament.
Australia's New South Wales (NSW) reverted on Friday to making the wearing of masks mandatory on public transport in Sydney, as a cluster of the highly-infectious coronavirus Delta variant expanded...
The man who died after being hit by a car while cleaning guttering in a Christchurch shopping centre carpark has been named.
A Christchurch-based economist charged with one of NZ's biggest investment fund frauds - allegedly involving several rich listers - has admitted his offending.
Lime scooters will be off Dunedin's streets from the the end of this month, but rival company Neuron Mobility is expanding its fleet in the city.
In their 75th anniversary year, University of Otago geographers have garnered half of a group of prestigious national geography awards.
One of the two teenage boys that sneaked into the circus after spending the evening causing trouble last week was arrested for allegedly assaulting a police officer in Dunedin yesterday.
A principal has been forced to take drastic measures to stop vaping at her school - with a photo shared on social media of her apparently peering under a toilet cubicle.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she is pleased with progress of the country's Covid-19 immunisation programme and received her first does of the vaccine today.
Former Christchurch mayoral candidate Stephen McPaike walked for 24-hours and clocked up 108km to prevent violence against men.
Victorians can now travel freely across the state as restrictions ease for Melbourne and regional residents.
A planned standalone cycle and walkway bridge next to the Auckland Harbour Bridge has come under fire for its cost, and a newly released figure shows the cost of it could far outweigh the benefits.
Work is nearly finished on a $15million project to install close to 14,000 LED lights across Dunedin.
The first step in the Otago Regional Council complying with Environment Minister David Parker’s requests following a review of its planning processes has been taken.