Former employers of a murdered Christchurch woman have been left reeling at news of her death.
Otago Daily Times
Every Friday for the past 80 years, Eileen Pratt has gone to the same salon, sat in the same chair with a hot chocolate, and had her hair and nails done. God help anyone who's sitting in her chair.
NZ's only new case of Covid-19 today tested positive at a Christchurch managed isolation facility and has now been put into quarantine.
More than one million New Zealanders have already hit the ballot box as early voting numbers continue to soar.
A woman found to be more than four times legal breath alcohol limit after her car ended up in Otago Harbour told police she had swerved to avoid some ducks.
Invercargill Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt has single-handedly appointed the city's new deputy mayor following the resignation of Toni Biddle last week.
Bruce Munro hears from distraught parents pleading for help for their children with foetal alcohol spectrum disorder and finds out about a campaign for "system-wide change".
Kerrie Waterworth talks to environmental engineer Carly Green who has worked for 20 years on climate change issues around the world, but calls Hawea home.
Winton woman Bailley Unahi’s back was broken when she was crushed underneath a balcony that collapsed at a Six60 concert in Dunedin in 2016. Now she's flying.
A prototype breath analysing device which can instantly detect if a person has Covid-19 was on display in Dunedin yesterday, and could be a "game-changer" in how we live in the world with the virus.
Debris believed to be from the cattle ship that capsized on its way to China last month has sparked hope for the family of a missing South Island man.
A terminal cancer diagnosis did not stop former deputy prime minister Sir Michael Cullen from helping a candidate hoping to become the first MP for Taieri.
Mosgiel cafe staff were left cheesed off after a Judith Collins no-show as she campaigned in Dunedin yesterday.
Workers at a Mosgiel cafe told to specially prepare cheese rolls for National leader Judith Collins were left a little cheesed off when she failed to show up.
University of Otago vice-chancellor Harlene Hayne will leave the university to take up a role in Australia.
More than 100 tractors and other vehicles were driven through Gore this morning in protest of freshwater regulations.