3:49pm A teenager has been charged in relation to the theft and arson of a car taken from the Edendale-Woodlands Highway.
A 16-year-old girl is lucky to be alive after being left for dead by her friends after drinking vodka.
Gore police hunting for man in alleged car break-in they say shrugged off zap and escaped.
The status of a Dunedin preschool is being reviewed after a toddler wandered away undetected.
A tourist driving on the wrong side of the road was caught after a concerned motorist chased him.
Robbie Close has landed the plum drive on Dalton Bromac in the race for junior drivers at Addington on Friday night.
Firm demand occurred medium yarding of prime sheep and cattle at this week's Lorneville sale.
A Cromwell duo has a solution for adventure tourism operators who face "enforcement action" if they do not comply with new legislation.
Rare bird's population is growing once again, thanks to a recovery programme on a tiny island in the Foveaux Strait.
Dramatists are doing what dramatists should. They are drawing audiences into stories from which we might otherwise flinch.
If those persistently high polls have been giving the impression that John Key can walk on water, the first post-Hager poll will show whether he can walk on sewage.
The very mention of fat (which is why I have suits of four different sizes in my wardrobe) always grabs my attention.
Our reviewers take a look at a selection of non-fiction books available now.
Should any Invercargill playgrounds be disestablished?