Animation Research Ltd chief executive Ian Taylor today released concepts of New Zealand's answer to the Statue of Liberty which were originally made by the Dunedin company two years ago.
A magnitude 4.0 earthquake that rattled Christchurch last night was the largest registered around the city in half a year.
With strike action hitting headlines as nurses push for better pay, other parts of the health workforce are keenly looking on.
There has been a push by many countries to make their parliaments friendlier for children and their politician parents, as legislatures diversify and rules that can be surprisingly hostile to new parents are eased.
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Firefighters have extinguished a ceiling fire at a North Dunedin school this afternoon.
The family of a man who has not been seen for at least 15 years now know his body was left in a wheelie bin in a storage facility unit in Melbourne's southeast.
A Melbourne Rebels rugby star has been bailed to two apartments in Australia and Japan after an alleged assault of a team-mate.
A Whangarei woman using a multitude of fake profiles on Facebook scammed people of nearly $12,000 for concert tickets which never existed.
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Police will continue to comb a "complex and horrific" crime scene for clues as to how a mother and her two children died after an incident at a home in Perth.
Dancers performed at the Hahakaranga - Te Whanau o Matariki event at Toitu Otago Settlers Museum yesterday.
Dunedin city councillor David Benson-Pope is calling for government intervention in the insurance industry to tackle "market failure" he says is a threat to heritage buildings across the country.
Hungry gourmands staving off the winter chill flocked to the university's twice-yearly International Food Festival at the weekend, to sample hot fare from more than 20 countries.
The Otago University Students' Association is pushing ahead with its plan to get a better deal for assistants in residential colleges (RAs), appealing to past, present and prospective RAs to get in...
The latest New Zealand International Science Festival proved highly popular but also met its brief to energise and "inspire" young people about everyday science, organisers said.
Monty Wright has always been crazy about birds and so it is fortunate he and his family are fowls of a feather.
Finance Minister Grant Robertson has told councils he will consider new ways to raise funds, including the possibility of targeted rates and special taxes to pay for local projects.
An inter-dimensional jazz duo and a time-travelling countess were just some of the characters showcased by aspiring steampunk fans as part of the New Zealand International Science Festival.
What may be the only code-compliant treehouse in Dunedin is sitting solidly in a Mosgiel tree after a community effort to save it.