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A man allegedly "super-liked" his ex-partner on Tinder, while another sent a woman a Snapchat photo of himself with a gun.
A Dunedin man's second conviction over a incestuous relationship with his daughter came after the pair's second child died of natural causes.
Residents of the Otago community of Lake Hawea are fighting against the permanent chlorination of their local water supply.
A burglar's former cellmate pretended to represent a wealthy benefactor and told a court judge he would pay the man's fines and get him a job.
A judge has sentenced the founder of iconic Dunedin band The Chills for drink-driving, while sympathising with his battle against alcohol addiction.
Freedom campers in Queenstown are clustering their vehicles together and challenging enforcement officers if they are clamped, the council says.
After a week of repairs in Dunedin, Irish yachtsman Enda O'Coineen has been treated to a send-off of Irish music and a Kiwi barbecue as he sets sail for Auckland.
Women who exercise and limit their food intake could be harming their health, according to a study from the University of Otago.
An Irish yachtsman whose racing yacht was towed into Otago Harbour with a broken mast says it's "magic" to be on dry land after 60 days at sea alone.
An Irish yachtsman who has been drifting in his yacht for five days off the Otago coast with a broken mast is finally bearing down on Dunedin.
An Irish yachtsman on a solo round-the-world race is "heartbroken" at being stranded off the Dunedin coast with a broken mast.
Marlborough's rural fire chief is warning people to be careful around the Wither Hills area, after three suspicious fires were lit yesterday.
Tourists climbing the world's steepest street in Dunedin will finally have access to a public toilet, but some fed-up locals worry it will not be enough.
As bills mount and stress builds, doctors are encouraging people to lower their expectations of Christmas in order to have a calm day. Audio
Up to 15,000 partygoers will flock to Queenstown's waterfront for New Year's Eve, while Wanaka expects up to 7000.
Dunedin's public transport is getting up to speed with the release of designs for a new central city bus hub.
Sick of Auckland house prices? Southland is attempting to lure 10,000 more people to the region, as it braces for a 'demographic time bomb'.
Central Otago residents are being told to check mailboxes of empty holiday homes for hard drugs after two recent drug busts in the district.
Avian diptheria has killed one in three yellow-eyed penguin chicks in the two colonies on the Moeraki Peninsula.
Former Whanganui mayor Michael Laws, who was recently-elected to the Otago Regional Council, says he's not backing down on his election promise to shake things up.
Queenstown residents who live near the town's airport are fed up with droves of people parking alongside a state highway and leaving their cars for days. Video
Work is finally starting on a $27 million road that means Queenstown residents can bypass the town's notorious traffic jam spot.
Residents who had been using Ranfurly's only bank every week for four decades were there for its last day. Audio
Immigration NZ is not saying whether it will apologise for releasing an "off-the-cuff" comment as an official tally of a transport company's migrant workers.