Capable dogs and their confused owners barrelled down Coronet Peak ski field on the opening day of Queenstown Winter Festival.
Keeping youths in police cells is a "continued embarrassment" for NZ's youth-justice system, Children's Commissioner says.
The woman at the centre of the scandal around ousted National MP Todd Barclay says he should've resigned immediately.
After spending decades mulling over what to do with Taylors Mistake baches, council is establishing yet another working party.
Labour pledges $100m for Christchurch's public transport, including commuter rail between Rolleston and the city.
Kaikoura recovery team looks to community to tell them who the special people are who helped out after November quake.
Police will not lay charges over one Christchurch earthquake death and appear unlikely to in another.
It will take eight painstaking years, but Martin Holland thinks it's worth it to recreate the 1913 home.
Sir Ron Scott remembered fondly by Steve Hansen.
Family of nurses killed in the February 2011 earthquake given support for annual memorial.
Kaiapoi based film restorer Larry Jamieson says much of the South Island's visual tāonga is lost because there is nowhere to put it.
Red-headed stubbornness put to the test.
Sculptor uses car parts to create eye-catching artwork.
Canterbury lads to take on 15,000km adventure across Europe in a Vauxhal Astra.
Defending champions set the pace in North Canterbury premier netball.
Country music in New Zealand is more than just cowboy hats and rhinestone suits, and an Ashburton singer is aiming to show his home town fans just that.
Pedestrian controlled traffic lights are being investigated as a potential option for Rakaia, to make it safer for people to get from one side of town to the other.
More than 11000 staff hours helped extinguish the massive Port Hills blaze.
Waihora serve Southbridge a wake up call in Ellesmere's Coleman Shield while Mid Canterbury's Watters Cup had Celtic and Southern score wins.
Uni leadership looks to research, our future economy and a Dutch university for solutions.
The West Coast has the highest rate of suicide in the country. A new group wants that to change.
A West Coast man denies being part of a second group assault on another man in the hours leading up to the victim's suspected suicide.
The arrest of an online predator in New Zealand led to 31 children being rescued around the world and another 17 arrests.
New research will look at the impact of a region wide power cut on the West Coast in the event of an Alpine Fault earthquake.
West Coast man not guilty of supplying alcohol to teenager who later drank himself to death at a lakeside party.