An elderly man has been taken to hospital after an accident at a Dunedin transport company.
World War II veterans get France's highest honour for the contribution to the French liberation.
A man is in a critical condition in Christchurch Hospital after taking the synthetic drug "N-bomb".
A woman who saved pets from a home threatened by fire has been released from Dunedin Hospital.
A Christchurch businessman has failed to prove his quake-damaged artworks . . . were not art.
Friends are remembering a "beautiful man" and praying for his "most adored" husband after the couple were hit by a wrong-way driver.
More than 300 Earthquake Commission staff have left the organisation in a year.
A simple wave led to an electric shock that left a Kiwi tourist in a coma in a Romanian hospital.
The new Cholmondeley Children's Centre aims to be a place where children cannot get lost "either physically or remotionally".
A water main which burst on Pages Rd flooded nearby properties, almost destroying one neighbour's expensive machinery.
Students are returning to campuses after anonymous threats directed at three universities.
Police make two raids in Canterbury in two days, seizing cannabis, firearms and a $34,000 motorcycle.
An inmate who raped a woman while on release to work made more than 20 phone calls a day to her from behind bars.
Mystery over Callinan report on David Bain.
Cycling advocacy group saddened after cyclist's death on Evans Pass Rd in Christchurch.
Man left with head injuries and without keys to his car after road rage attack.
The bodies of two men who died while kayaking Lake Tekapo will soon be home.
The Fish and Game elections are heating up in Central South Island.
A week of severe gales and fires is set to end with a fine day ahead for most of the South Island.
More than $680,000 in insurance claims lodged after destructive winds swept the South Island on Sunday.
Labour says health bureaucrats are punishing the region's DHB
One girl's journey through the CYF system and the damage done along the way.
Police are following several "lines of inquiry" as they investigate a threat directed at the University of Otago.
Thousands of homeowners will soon find out how EQC will settle increased liquefaction risk claims.
Labour calls for Corrections overhaul after an inmate raped a woman while on release to work.
An unsupervised prison inmate raped a woman while he was on release to work.
A judge throws out two demerit points driving suspensions, potentially affecting thousands of others.
One of Christchurch's most prized heritage buildings is a step closer to receiving a $172,000 grant from the city council.
A pin-hole sized leak at Cadbury's Dunedin factory was the cause of a mass evacuation.
Sunken ships are somehow beautiful. Wrecked cars? Not so much.