Alleged murder, stalking and sexting cases involving police may harm reputation of hard-working officers, top cop says.
A policeman and dog went under a car as officers tried to subdue a driver in Invercargill.
There was no shortage of experience on hand at a chartered accountants members lunch.
Dunedin civic leaders are backing plans for a new hospital to be built in the central city.
Thousands watch 70,000 Jaffas roll down the world's steepest street, Welcome to the annual, and potentially last, Cadbury Jaffa Race.
Three Central Otago wine industry professionals are heading to France to learn about Burgundy's centuries-old wine history.
6:12 PM A police dog who had to be pulled from under a car after a police pursuit came to an end in the main street of Invercargill is back at work.
6:02 PM "It was just a couple of errors in the second half and Hawke's Bay punished us."
New Wanaka councillor keen to sink teeth into planning, strategy and community services issues.
The Queenstown Gymnastics Club has an uncertain future after Wakatipu High School moves to its new site.
Queenstown council gives Ladies Mile housing proposal "breathing space" as it decides how to control its affordability.
It was an easy decision to extend Queenstown Lakes chief executive Mike Theelen's term, mayor Jim Boult says.
Higher than expected growth keeps rates increase below 4.5 percent, Stewart Burns says.
OPINION: The Waituna community has become one of the most proactive catchments nationwide in mitigating farming's environmental effects
OPINION: Letter writers on monitoring commercial fishing, water issues, abortion.
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OPINION: A letter writer calculates the excretions of Southland's dairy herds.
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"It was just a couple of errors in the second half and Hawke's Bay punished us."
Southland Rams coach Te Iwi Wairau is encouraged with improvement in players following win.
Canterbury under-19 team too classy for Southland in showdown in Invercargill.
The Gore Wanderers have ended a 34-year Donald Gray Cup drought.
Southland dominate first half only to come unstuck in the second half against Hawke's Bay in Napier.
High school cooks combined course work with charity to bake 300 cupcakes for Cromwell school children.
Three Central Otago wine industry professionals are heading to France for harvest to learn about Burgundy's centuries-old wine history and tradition.
Central Otago Mayor Tim Cadogan has joined the chorus of outrage at Labour's proposed irrigation tax plan.
Rich imagery and compelling storytelling combine in David Elliot's award-winning book.
One Night of Queen was in short, one night of amazing.