A move to Japan usually involves players nearing the end of their careers, players who have reached the pinnacle and coming down the other side.
Otago Daily Times
A 10-year-old boy who sleepwalked nearly half a kilometre had to be taken home to his parents by Dunedin police.
A house in Waitati has been completely destroyed by fire this morning.
A man who had just hours earlier been warned for walking on the road while on a charity walk from Bluff to Kaitaia was seriously injured in a hit and run.
Scheduled international passenger flights to the southern South Island resume today with a single flight from Sydney to Queenstown.
As viewers around the globe tuned in for the funeral of the Duke of Edinburgh, a South Island couple was more nervous than most.
An investigation has been launched after rugby fans were injured when a barrier gave way during Friday night’s Highlanders match.
A Te Anau police officer faces a long and painful recovery after an accident involving a gas bottle left him with severe burns.
The death of killer Dunedin doctor Venod Skantha has forced a review of how courts communicate with prisons.
Aileen Ryan — a mother, a teacher, an inspiration. North Otago bureau chief Rebecca Ryan chats to her mother, who has retired after teaching at Waikaka School for 43 years.
Reports of the death of the Hyde St party were greatly exaggerated, organisers say.
Otago University used 35,076 animals for scientific purposes at its Christchurch, Dunedin and Wellington campuses in 2019 - and bred and killed another 67,641 that were not used.
Thirty years after the violent death of her beloved daughter, Dawn Smith hopes her killer will stay behind bars for the rest of his life.
A man who shoplifted ammunition days before the Christchurch mosque attacks’ second anniversary says he feels like "scum".
The sudden death in prison of Dunedin murderer Venod Skantha has sparked calls for an overhaul of court policy.
The man who raped and murdered a South Otago teen in 1991 wants to be released to Christchurch but will spend at least another two years behind bars.
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Venod Skantha, who murdered Dunedin teenager Amber-Rose Rush and lost an appeal yesterday, has died in a South Otago prison.
Is it a bird, is it plane? No, it’s a Loon.
After a nerve-racking few months, the family of murdered Dunedin teen Amber-Rose Rush are breathing sighs of relief after her killer’s appeal bid was tossed out.
Being able to get out and see NZ during the past 12 months has had some unexpected results for fashion designer Dame Trelise Cooper. Visiting Wanaka this week, she tells Rebecca Fox about the joy of rediscovering her country.