NZers have waited with a degree of anticipation for political parties to release their tax policies in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic and economic downturn, writes tax specialist Scott Mason.
Otago Daily Times
Severe gales are set to return to parts of Canterbury from tomorrow.
A teen who died in a crash in Dunedin on the weekend was a talented motocross rider who has won national titles.
Almost 90 Canterbury University students spent Saturday doing back-breaking work in Queenstown with the Student Volunteer Army.
A girl was heard screaming for help after falling down a bank in Dunedin at the weekend.
The screech of tyres and then a bang alerted a former chief fire officer in Dunedin to a fatal crash near his house.
The Otago Spirit were completely played off the park by Canterbury in their Farah Palmer Cup match in Christchurch on Saturday.
A new week, another Monday spent waiting for the announcement on whether the South Island will return to Covid-19 alert level 1.
Three men have been arrested in relation to a firearms incident in Christchurch.
Advertising for a new principal at Wanaka’s Mount Aspiring College has begun, fulfilling another of the tasks for Christchurch-based limited statutory manager Madeleine Hawkesby.
She was just 2 when her mother was murdered in Dunedin. Now, Georgina Jacobs is learning more about a "creative and loving soul". The ODT's Molly Houseman reports.
The Ministry of Health is following up with authorities in Malaysia after reports two people travelling from New Zealand tested positive for Covid-19 in the country.
A teenager who left his girlfriend with a fractured cheekbone and covered in bruises credited her as being "staunch for a white chick".
Police have laid charges following an explosion at a house in Invercargill last week which left two people seriously injured.
Allegations of dirty politics and smear campaigns have been made around a South Island electorate race.
A 21-year-old man has pleaded guilty to careless driving following the death of Invercargill woman Thalia Newport earlier this year, in a crash which injured seven other people.
Police are urging people to secure potential flying objects, with more high winds forecast, so they don't become "UFOs".
The Christchurch skier who survived a 400m fall down Mt Aspiring thought he was going to die from hypothermia.
The South Today bulletin: Wednesday, September 16
A legal challenge to the way the University of Otago selects students for its medical programme has made it to the High Court at Christchurch.