The Fitbit on your wrist not only counts your steps and minutes of sleep, it can also help tell if you're coming down with the flu - and warn health authorities to get ready to help.
Dunedin folk singer Nadia Reid has shared a new music video to go with her latest single ahead of an album next month.
Banks Peninsula farmer Paul de Latour was surprised to receive the Duvauchelle A&P Show’s highest honour.
A walk in Christchurch next month aims to promote the message that people with dementia are still themselves.
The couple ditched by their wedding venue two weeks before they were due to tie the knot have secured a "dream wedding venue" after more than a dozen generous businesses offered to host their party.
Dunedin's Barbara Brinsley possesses a wardrobe of wonders. Katie Day finds out the stories that set her fashion collection apart.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have announced they will "step back" as senior members of the British royal family and work to become financially independent.
A new guide to Christchurch aims to help more people discover the city through 100 nature play activities over summer.
Cantabrians are being urged to get their walking shoes on in February to raise awareness and money for people affected by a rare genetic disorder.
It was 20 years ago today ... well, sort of. Hayden Meikle first had a game review published in the Otago Daily Times on October 19, 1999. Twenty years later, he remains a player.
All Blacks flanker Sam Cane has tied the knot with Harriet Allen in a ceremony overlooking Lake Wanaka.
Kiwis spend a hefty 22 hours on average getting ready for Christmas Day - but that's nothing compared to other parts of the world, a new study shows.
One lucky person will end up in the seat of a V8 race car after they 'like' a community group's Facebook page.
The New Zealand Herald has named the people of Christchurch as its heroes of the year for their brave and then loving response to the unthinkable gun attack on March 15.
William Hickford’s grandfather cycled the length of New Zealand to raise money for St John seven years ago, now the Christchurch student is taking on a similar challenge.