Waikato sharemilker Sam Owen is talking to farmers about his struggles with mental health in a bid to encourage them to reach out should they need help.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Saturday that world leaders and tech firms looking to stamp out violent extremism online would need to focus efforts on understanding social media...
An award-winning New Zealand musician has admitted to grasping a woman by her throat after she rejected his advances.
Tens of thousands of nurses from across the country are set to walk off the job for eight hours next month - "absolutely furious" at the Government's three-year pay rise freeze.
A convicted sex offender who once admitted multiple charges of unlawful sexual connection with a young teenager has been working at a Marlborough school.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has topped Fortune Magazine’s list of the world’s greatest leaders, beating a number of influential people.
A woman who was groped in a Dunedin bar says she still has nightmares about the incident nearly a year later.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has shut down the idea that New Zealand will return to life under Covid-19 alert level 2.5 when the borders open.
A "wanted" man is in police custody following an alleged theft from a business in Dunedin yesterday.
The sudden death of a Dunedin murderer behind bars has sparked a "life-saver" change to national court processes, the Otago Daily Times can reveal.
A Far North primary school blames "teething issues" with its free lunches provider after the meals arrived two hours late - and stone cold.
Shoppers flooded back to Countdown Dunedin Central as it opened for the first time since a violent stabbing rocked the community.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will lead a business delegation to Australia in July in a bid to "further strengthen business ties with our transtasman partners".
There are no new cases of covid-19 in the community today but one case has been detected in managed isolation.
Police and Oranga Tamariki staff remain at the Gloriavale Christian community where they are investigating alleged child abuse.
A young Otago jobseeker says she is overwhelmed with the response to a story about her two-year search for work.