A seriously injured motorist was flown to Dunedin Hospital by the Otago Regional Rescue Helicopter after a solo vehicle crash on the Lindis Pass-Tarras Rd at the weekend.
Several people have been charged with drink-driving and a tourist charged with assault after incidents in Queenstown over the weekend.
There were two separate fires in Central Otago yesterday where one is believed to have been caused by fallen power lines.
A motorcyclist has been seriously injured in a collision with car in Queenstown's CBD this afternoon.
A major upgrade of Frankton's stormwater system will start this week, in a bid to meet rapidly increasing demand.
Queenstown's Harbourmaster says people who need rescuing because of "their own stupidity'' should have to foot the bill.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council has been fined $24,225 for discharging wastewater from sewage pipes into Lake Wakatipu in 2017.
A power pole that fell down at Dunstan Hospital last week had been scheduled for replacement this year.
Bluff volunteer firefighters were twice back in action dampening down hotspots on Saturday morning after a blaze earlier tore through a large warehouse in the port area.
Summer water quality readings in Southland are "unfortunately" similar to last summer and the sources of some high E. coli levels are being investigated, Environment Southland ecosystem response...
Rain did nothing to deter attendees at the 105th Winton A&P Show as thousands of revellers made the most of the entertainment and action at the Winton Racecourse on Saturday.
Cromwell's Michael Paardekooper has been remembered for his "colossal" contribution to Central Otago and the example he has set for service to community.
Never mind what’s under the bonnet of Norman Fisher’s 1966 Pontiac Parisienne — it’s what’s on top that is the real point of difference.
Golfers at the weekend’s Legends tournament in Cromwell could have been forgiven for thinking they were in the wrong place.
Three Lime e-scooters were spotted outside a house in Balclutha today, about 80km south of Dunedin - prompting a concerned member of the public to ring the police this morning.