The son of an Australian tourist who died on a remote highway in Southland says his mother's death still haunts him and he has not forgiven the man she was last with before she died.
Federated Farmers is warning against climate change measures which could harm New Zealand's ability to pay its way in the world.
Angry Waitaki residents want answers as to why their local campsite is being overrun by tourists.
A world-first digitisation project has made what has been dubbed 500-year-old fake news available to the public.
Star trio Portia Woodman, Kelly Brazier and Sarah Goss are missing from the Black Ferns squad named for two tests against Australia next month.
With strike action hitting headlines as nurses push for better pay, other parts of the health workforce are keenly looking on.
An Otago census field officer has come forward with a scathing description of its delivery operations.
New Zealand's fifth biggest website - TradeMe - says it has turned down a quarter of police requests for information in the last year.
Plans to build a multimillion-dollar accommodation complex in Fiordland National Park have got local people and environmentalists on edge.
Drones are proving to be a headache in tourist hotspots like Queenstown and Tekapo - prompting the Civil Aviation Authority to look at tougher rules for recreational drone operators.
A home in Queenstown's first special housing area has sold for $890,000.
Land Search and Rescue is experiencing a rise in call-outs as people get into trouble while searching for Instagram hot spots.
Construction delays are forcing the West Coast DHB to keep patching up the earthquake-prone Grey Base Hospital.
Green Party co-leader Marama Davidson says death and rape threats have been directed at her after comments she made on social media.
A mother who had three children taken by social services has opened up about her struggles when she fell pregnant and her fear that they would take her new baby.
Southern Steel captain Wendy Frew has announced her retirement after 16 years of domestic and international netball.
The Ministry for Primary Industries says it has referred evidence of serious staff misconduct to the Serious Fraud Office.
Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) has had to revise its list of species which can be planted for the Billion Tree programme after it was revealed it was recommending pest weeds.
A Clutha District drinking water supply is the only South Island reservoir to fail all of the Ministry of Health's standard levels.
The Dunedin businessman behind a planned mega-dairy conversion in the Mackenzie Basin is shrugging off criticism from Fonterra about further intensification on the vulnerable landscape.