The Labour Party has lurched into another mishap and is embroiled in a scheme which has brought in foreign students to New Zealand for the election campaign.
The demise of Clutha-Southland MP Todd Barclay is proving to be a difficult end to what should have been a career for as long as he wanted.
For those living outside Wanaka it is difficult to understand the depth of feeling over the planned watersports building on the edge of the lake in the Roys Bay Recreation Reserve.
The proposal for a Remarkables National Park is nothing if not ambitious. Federated Mountain Clubs (FMC) has outlined the plan, and it is to be officially launched at a public meeting in Queenstown...
The horrors of the Grenfell Tower fire are still being revealed but serious areas of neglect have already emerged.
Trade Minister Todd McClay may have one of the lower profiles in the Bill English-led Government but he is constantly travelling, securing trade deals and pushing a new agenda for a Trans Pacific...
There can be little doubt the innovative pledge drive to publicly own a slice of Dunedin's Cadbury factory has captured the hearts and minds of locals - as well as chocolate lovers from further...
Bluff oysters are a truly southern delicacy, sought after countrywide by New Zealanders fond of the salty taste of the sea.
Let us revel in the triumph of the Highlanders over the British and Irish Lions on Tuesday night. A near-full Forsyth Barr Stadium roared with delight when the visitors were vanquished.
Immigration is shaping as a significant election issue. National has already been tapping the brakes with its changes announced in April, and now Labour has gone further, saying it wants to cut net...
British Prime Minister Theresa May is holding on to power with the slimmest of margins and, if predictions from her own MPs are to be believed, she is categorised as a "dead woman walking".
Dunedin, Otago and the South welcomes the British and Irish Lions and their supporters.
The 30th anniversary of a defining moment in New Zealand’s recent history is being marked this week.
Champagne. Côtes du Rhône. Chianti. Central Otago.
HIV and Aids have largely slipped from the headlines since the dramatic days of the 1980s when diagnosis was a death sentence. But that does not mean HIV should be out of sight and out of mind.
Terror attacks in London have shifted attention away from the major political event of the week in the United Kingdom where the general election is being held.
Certain associations are made and they stick, whether fair or not.
New Zealand loves leading the way, setting the standard, beating the big boys, making waves, and making up for our size, isolation and relative insignificance by making headlines.
Global leaders reacted as they should after United States President Donald Trump announced the United States would withdraw from the Paris Agreement on climate change — with dismay.
The visit to New Zealand next week of United States Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will hopefully give Prime Minister Bill English a better insight into the thinking of US President Donald Trump.