The Energy Minister is expected to provide an update next month on whether a $4 billion pumped hydro storage in Central Otago might be feasible.
One of New Zealand's oldest passenger planes still in service, a Convair 580 owned by Air Chathams, has just completed its very last flight.
Southland Hospital is being swamped with Covid-19-positive patients and is unable to transfer any of them to other southern hospitals.
The Clutha District Council will not exceed its rates cap, despite this week approving nearly $7 million in funding for annual plan projects.
New plastic rails have arrived at the Cromwell racecourse, reducing the chance of injuries for horses racing around the 150-year-old track.
Breen Construction staff (from left) Lahni Hivafa, Lenny Varu and Juni Fakatoufifita proudly wear pink shirts in support of an anti-bullying movement.
Is it a bridge too far? That's the question a group of Maniototo residents are asking after being left in limbo since flooding early last year wiped out one bridge and forced the closure of two others.
There are 519 new community cases of Covid, 36 people in hospital and one death to report in the South today.
A wintry blast is set to continue in the South this weekend, with severe gales, thunderstorms and snow down to 500 metres.
Construction of a cryptomine data centre made up of eight containers housing nearly 3000 servers near the Clyde Dam is under way.
The coroner's report following the death of ex-All Black Andrew Hore's mother has been released, stating the 67-year-old died after falling from a farm vehicle.
As the first snow of the season settled in white blankets across the mountains around Queenstown, Coronet Peak did not waste a second getting its snowmaking guns cranking.