Pain relief drug Entonox may be added to the list of drugs on offer at the Lumsden maternal and child hub, following a meeting yesterday.
Three people have been taken to hospital, including one in a serious condition, after a car and tractor collided near Riverton, in Southland yesterday.
Bird shooting on a Cromwell cherry orchard has ruffled the feathers of a neighbouring resident who believes the orchardist’s pest control measures are irresponsible.
A Glenavy man who boasted to patrons at a pub he was planning to burn a house down stayed true to his word.
Hundreds of seabirds swarmed while small fish washed ashore this week as a ‘‘spooky’’ scene unfolded at an Oamaru beach.
Civil Defence staff on the West Coast are searching for 80 rental cars that tourists abandoned this week.
Invercargill councillor Lesley Aspire is ‘‘extremely disappointed’’ with counterparts after her code of conduct complaint against Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt lapsed.
About 80 of Invercargill’s tuatara will be released on two islands in the Marlborough Sounds next year.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council will be asked to rescind one of its first decisions of the new term, relating to mayor Jim Boult being appointed the proxy for Queenstown Airport — at Mr Boult...
The Otago Fish & Game Council says it is disappointed licence-holders’ money had to fund legal costs for its part in court action over flows in the Lindis River.
A coroner has found a tourist who died in a crash on State highway 6 at Mahinapua on December 11, 2017, became distracted and crossed the centreline into the path of an oncoming campervan.
Carbon monoxide concentrations well above normal levels relating to Australia’s recent bushfires have been recorded for sustained periods at Niwa’s atmospheric research station in Lauder.
Three people have been taken to hospital, including one in a serious condition, after a car and tractor collided in Southland this afternoon.
The flood clean-up continued in Wanaka yesterday as lakefront businesses were reconnected to the sewerage system.
Gun clubs are being warned to be careful with information about their members after documents were stolen from a South Otago club.
A heavy landing by a helicopter resulted in two people being rescued off Central Otago’s Hawkdun Range.