Important World War I tunnels dug by Kiwis under France have been surveyed with exacting detail and will be converted into 3D virtual reality tour.
A wage hike for underpaid care workers will come in handy for bills and groceries.
Council to complete all high and medium priority repairs after stopbank scare.
They call it collision architecture, an 1850s-style settler's hut wrapped into a new boutique winery in Marlborough.
Health board tells "weekend warriors" to stop clogging up EDs with minor injuries.
A Government funding boost to help communities recovering from the November earthquake is just "a drop in the bucket", advocates say.
Police continue search for two men involved in armed offenders squad callout.
The effective grounding of helicopters prompts calls to change how military equipment is bought.
Overcoming obstacles with parkour, one leap at a time.
Could an extinct bird be living in our midst?
Entrepreneur opens his land to proposed Coastal Pacific Trail, calls for others to follow suit.
Fears for king shag food source if salmon farm plan goes ahead.
Ever since the first stones of the Awatere War Memorial were laid in 1926, Seddon residents have gathered there to mark Anzac Day.
International online gamers allegedly defrauded by Blenheim man who tricked them into thinking his house was flattened by the quake.
The final ship in the cruise calendar could mark the start of a long, hard winter for Picton.
The rock was the size of five utes and sat precariously above a Canty road... until explosives dealt to it.
A man waiting for a lawyer to be assigned to him has been in custody for two weeks because of an "administrative error" with his legal aid application.
A top of the south iwi has canceled board election after sending voting papers to deceased members.
He remembers the heat; the oppressive tropical conditions, and the dangerous wildlife - snakes, tigers and water buffalo.
Strong earthquake shakes up the top of the South Island early on Thursday, followed by string of aftershocks.
The November 14 earthquake has given Kaikoura a new surf spot and may have saved millions in erosion control.
Looking at his nine grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren, ex-naval officer Bill Ross cannot help but feel emotional.
She was walking slightly behind a group of friends. He reached out and touched her.
A new subdivision in Blenheim will soon be underway, and it will help alleviate the region's housing shortage, council says.
Rush to harvest while clear skies allow may have contributed to more grape spills, police say.
Police claim the couple, aged 17 and 19, failed to seek medical treatment for their child.
Those stealing flood signs in Blenheim might change their tune if one of their family members got swept away.
Someone is illegally dumping rubbish in Marlborough - and it's not freedom campers.
An air force helicopter has spent two days at a private airfield in Marlborough after a mid-air engine failure.
Two Kaikoura Mounted Rifle riders will hold the taiaha weapon high on Anzac Day to reflect the participation both Maori and Pakeha had in the wars.