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The familes of those involved in Invercargill's Anzac Day double shooting, which left a woman dead, say they are trying to come to terms with the tragedy.
Federated Farmers is rejecting a court's call for a moratorium on Crown land sales to farmers in the South Island's Mackenzie Basin.
Singles from across the country are preparing to don their glad rags for this year's Middlemarch Singles Ball, which is looking set for record ticket sales.
A Dunedin judge has warned firearms licencees to keep their guns safe after a man stole 28 firearms and 25,000 rounds of ammunition from unlocked cabinets from a gun club member's home.
The leading lights of the Chinese film industry have descended on Dunedin for the first official China Film Festival in New Zealand.
Things are not all rosy on Dunedin's Baldwin St, with tourists trying to drive heavy vehicles up, venturing onto properties for photos and peering into windows, a resident says.
"We don't need a Chinese garden, we've already got a Japanese garden," Invercargill residents say.
Ella Lawton will stand for the Otago Regional Council, for the seat her mother held before her death a fortnight ago.
A working party of Dunedin city leaders has been set up to try to keep some production of Cadbury products in New Zealand.
A rambunctious wild ram is finally "behind baaaars" after alarming motorists on Dunedin's northern motorway by jumping out at cars.
Kiwi stitchers are making New Zealand's own version of the French Bayeux tapestry, with almost 100 scenes showcasing chapters of New Zealand history.
A self-described 'geek girl superhero' has flown into New Zealand in a bid to inspire more tech-savvy girls to take up IT careers.
A cheese factory is just one of the latest expansions for Oamaru's manufacturing industry, and its population growth is defying predictions. Video
The union for workers at Dunedin's Cadbury factory will speak to the owner about alternative options to closure.
Two tourist drivers were sentenced in the Dunedin District Court today over separate crashes that left others injured.
A Chinese tourist has pleaded guilty and apologised for hitting a Canadian cyclist on a Dunedin road, leaving him with a serious head injury.
The closure of the Cadbury factory in Dunedin, with the loss of up to 380 jobs, will be devastating for staff and their families, says the local mayor.
The government put $4.5 million towards a now over-budget and unfinished cycle trail on the condition it would be completed, the Tourism Minister says.
Passengers on board the Emerald Princess walked around Dunedin's Port Chalmers in dazed shock today, after a crew member died when a gas cylinder exploded on the ship yesterday.
Scammers posing as power company staff are calling elderly people, demanding money for unpaid bills and threatening to cut their electricity.
DoC is investigating the unexplained deaths of six adult yellow-eyed penguins and has stepped up its monitoring of Otago penguin sites.
The family of an Invercargill teen have heard about the final moments of her life as she lay dying on a Dunedin street while the reckless driver walked away. Video
Angry Southlanders have called on the council to stop "bleeding" ratepayer money on an unfinished cycle trail. Video
Rangers found the newly-hatched albatross chick at Otago Peninsula's colony fly-blown and infested with maggots. Video
A new documentary on the lives of New Zealand's Chinese goldminers and immigrants is opening just in time for the Chinese New Year. Video