A motorcyclist has died following a crash at a street race event in Greymouth.
A $30 million Queenstown supermarket opens in less than two weeks.
With Stanley Graham dead, and his family adopting new identities, questions over the 1941 Koiterangi manhunt remain unanswered.
A 1080 drop was carried out in the Dart, Routeburn and Caples Valleys yesterday, part of the Department of Conservation’s "Battle for our Birds".
Recently sworn in Waitaki district councillors (from left) Bill Kingan (Corriedale ward), newly named deputy mayor Melanie Tavendale (Oamaru ward) , Jim Hopkins (Oamaru ward), Peter Garvan (Oamaru...
Unsuccessful Otago Regional Council candidate Gary Kelliher has reached the end of the line after his bid for a recount of votes was denied.
Allan Dixon is parlaying a childhood spent taking videos and photos into a way of life.
One of the biggest police operations in recent times was sparked by a blackmailer who threatened to spike infant milk formula with 1080 poison. Detective Sergeant Derek Shaw talks about his involvement in the inquiry.
Fishermen believe proposed possible marine protection sites along the South Island’s southeast coast are too restrictive and conservation groups believe greater protection is needed.
Forest and Bird has been given a boost of more than $20,000 to help with pest eradication in the Makarora Valley.
Naturists are devastated after a suspicious fire destroyed an old church on their Aparima, Southland, property.
A vehicle has "gone into the river" in South Otago just after 7pm tonight.
Michael Laws has secured his hold on an Otago Regional Council seat as his rival's bid for a recount was rejected.
Effluent that has been expelled into a Southland stream is under investigation by Environment Southland.
A derelict building at the country's southernmost nudist camp has been the target of a suspicious fire overnight.
Space at camping grounds during Christmas and New Year in the Upper Clutha is being snapped up earlier as holidaymakers try to ensure they do not miss out.
A total of 32 pilots applied for the Warbirds over Wanaka scholarship, which is designed to get more young pilots flying some of the oldest planes in New Zealand.
It was the 30 hours from hell, but yesterday Robert Galdamez and his mother Pany were counting their blessings.
Ngai Tahu has locked up helicopter access to its high country stations at the head of Lake Wakatipu.
A pregnant woman suffered injuries thought to be serious after the car she was travelling in rolled on the Waitaki plains, north of Oamaru, yesterday afternoon.