A seriously injured survivor of a crash that killed a young man is urging people to speak out if they feel unsafe because of others' driving behaviour.
Otago Daily Times
Two Queenstown darts players threw themselves in to rescue a visitor who had face-planted in a public toilet early last Sunday morning.
Pies and soft drinks. Graham Manson says they were the best parts of being a logging truck driver for most of his life.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was mobbed by selfie-seeking students following her speech at the University of Otago this afternoon.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has left Christchurch and is now in Dunedin for a day of election campaigning.
The South Today bulletin: Tuesday, October 6
After finding her boyfriend cheating, a woman allegedly stole a wallet and drove off with the man clinging to her car’s bonnet.
It has been nearly two years since Hemi Puriri groped his victim - but every time she closes her eyes she still sees his face.
Fire crews continue to monitor the scene of a 618ha blaze near Livingstone, inland from Oamaru.
The former Cadbury factory will open for one last weekend of tours before its demolition.
A former All Black, Highlanders and Southland halfback was caught drink-driving after being seen by a witness crossing the centre line at least 15 times in Queenstown.
Firefighters are welcoming "good" conditions today as the battle against the huge Mackenzie Basin blaze continues.
A Canterbury University academic hopes an expanded forestry programme to support farmers will be just the beginning.
Firefighters were confronted with an "apocalyptic" scene as they drove into the heart of unprecedented flames at Ohau Village.
Winds of up to 160km/h challenged firefighters tackling the Ohau fire this morning, but the blaze has again been contained.
A Queenstown contracting company has been fined $275,000 after a heavy roller driven by an unlicensed driver rolled 20m down a bank.
A teacher drove with more than twice the legal limit of breath-alcohol when she picked up one of her children from Wanaka last month.
A South Canterbury farmer whose property was severely damaged by a 618ha blaze has described the work of firefighters as "magic".
Four people have been discharged after a "sulphur flash" at Ravensdown resulted in five people being taken to Dunedin Hospital.
It is hoped a new polling booth at Dunedin’s mosque will help refugees feel comfortable voting for the first time.