A woman who breached a parenting order and took her son on a three-week, 1000km, crime-packed road trip has been jailed for two-and a-half months.
Otago Daily Times
A body has been recovered from the Kawarau River near Queenstown, after a van crash on Tuesday evening.
A former employee of Christchurch-based Dominion Constructors is facing a $38,000 fine after taking responsibility for an incident during the construction of Queenstown’s Kmart building.
Boat and beach lovers have been enjoying an element of normality this week as restrictions on recreational activities were eased.
Queenstown's Ballarat St resembles a bowling alley after the handbrake apparently failed on a courier van.
Authorities have evacuated local businesses as Fire and Emergency NZ continues to fight a blaze at a Balclutha motorcycle repair workshop, which is believed to contain hazardous materials.
Staff at the iconic South Island attraction, Larnach Castle, have been made redundant as the impact of Covid-19 becomes clearer.
A South Island engineering firm has designed an ingenious hands-free hand sanitiser.
A young plane spotter got more than he bargained for when he asked Queenstown Airport about arrivals in alert level 2.
Wallabies have been marketed as a cute local attraction in parts of Canterbury, but farmers curse the day they crossed the ditch.
One of a transient duo sentenced for breaching the Covid-19 lockdown was far from apologetic when interviewed by police, a court has heard.
A man who shot a kereru from his backyard has been ordered to do 175 hours of community work.
Dunedin's Kmart and H&J Smith department stores remain closed today following the revelation Meridian mall is earthquake-prone.
Blue Penguins Pukekura scientist Hiltrun Ratz holds up a message in a bottle which washed up on Pilots Beach.
People may soon find themselves paying a little more for some services because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Resilience will save Stewart Island’s tourism-driven economy, locals say.
Mark Taylor has won the Otago rower of the year award for the third time in a row.
A piece of Dunedin history has started to disappear from the city landscape, as demolition continues on the former Cadbury factory.
South Island flight-seeing operators are hoping for calmer conditions after two months of Covid-19 turbulence.
A woman was attacked by a dog outside a pharmacy in North Dunedin over the weekend.