They may be generations apart, but the significance of Anzac Day is clear to both Don McKay and his grandson Sean.
A search is underway for a Dunedin student who went missing on the Routeburn track.
4 min ago MetService warns heavy rain and wind is not likely to clear for much of the country until after dark.
Queenstown helicopter pilot Jason Laing is in the thick of a third natural disaster in Nepal in a year.
At least two occupants of a car that rolled in Gore left the scene before emergency crews arrived.
A Riverton war veteran is hoping to change how soldiers are perceived.
11:47 AM Injured airlifted off Mt Everest.
11:07 AM A resident on Teviot street is rattled after the discovery of a dead kitten in a outside bin on Friday.
He set off for Gallipoli as one of New Zealand’s highest ranking officers - to “strike a blow for the Empire”.
Few Southlanders have heard of Makarewa nurse Lily Lind, who was on the frontlines well before her compatriots joined the fight.
OPINION: Prime Minister John Key stands exposed as a bit of a serial ponytail puller. He'll grow out of it, right?
OPINION: You won't want to be too tediously anti-Aussie. Or insufficiently, either.
Invercargill leaders need to show vision for the city's central business district to survive, retailer Carolyn Milne says.
Avenal Park Funeral Home has bought the former Bella Kai building in Lorneville.
Belkmyster graduated to open class and took his stake earnings beyond $100,000 with success in the Group III $50,000 Rangiora Classic at Rangiora on Sunday.
Jamie Searle's selections for the Gore Harness Racing Club meeting on Monday:
The Invercargill Repertory Society production of Once On Chunuk Bair was always going to be a conversation starter.
A family of four braved the Tapanui snow in their family caravan after moving out of their house to make way for the Pete's Dragon film crew.
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