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More than 100 students have gathered in front of Otago University's clock tower to protest the destruction of the student magazine's menstruation issue.
Skifields in the Queenstown Lakes district are predicting a bumper season following overnight snowfall.
A man accused of murdering Dunedin teenager Amber-Rose Rush can now be identified as Dunedin doctor Venod Skantha.
Invercargill's museum will remain closed for years despite a $40 million cash injection for arts and heritage projects in the southern city.
The future of Roxburgh children's village now hangs by a thread after the government told local mayors there was no further funding available in the coming budget.
Employees of Dunedin's Cadbury World will be casualties of the city's new hospital, with the tourist attraction confirmed to close to make way for the rebuild.
Dunedin's mayor has apologised for questioning a ratepayer's intelligence during a heated and nasty exchange at the council's meeting this afternoon.
Broken Bad - A Dunedin rehab centre with a waiting list of 142 people, most addicted to methamphetamine, will run out of money in two months.
The mother of murdered teenager Christie Marceau has spoken out against any potential changes to bail law.
The head of the police union is calling for more frequent checks on licence holders and for all firearms to be registered to combat the rising trend of firearm theft in New Zealand.
Southland will be at greater risk of drought and flood in the future because of climate change, a regional council report warns.
A tougher approach to tackle wayward freedom campers around Central Otago's Lake Dunstan may soon be in place.
Dunedin is basking in the afterglow of its biggest weekend ever after hosting three gigs by pop superstar Ed Sheeran.
Ed Sheeran's tour in Dunedin this week has been called the city's biggest event ever, and is hoped to bring its biggest economic windfall since the 2011 Rugby World Cup.
Lake Hāwea residents fed up with finding human waste at a popular recreation area have built a wall of rocks and soil to block freedom campers.
A South Otago man has been jailed for almost eight years for his part in a drug ring transporting methamphetamine from the North Island to the lower South Island.
Oranga Tamariki has backed the decision of staff at Child, Youth and Family - its predecessor - who placed a vulnerable 14-year-old boy into the home of a Mongrel Mob associate.
Dunedin man Jason Blackler has been found guilty of manslaughter for killing his best friend after a drinking session at their Brockville flat in 2016.
The man accused of murdering a Dunedin teenager will continue to have his identity suppressed until an appeal hearing over the matter.
Wanaka will welcome home its Winter Olympics heroes with a street parade on Thursday. Video
Freedom camping bans have been put in place at Queenstown council reserves at Lake Hayes, the Shotover Delta and the Wanaka lakefront.
Members of Dunedin's chapter of the Mangu Kaha gang charged with ramming a car and attacking a man with a patu have been sentenced.
Queenstown residents have lodged heavy opposition to a high-end hot pools and day spa facility proposed for a site currently providing affordable housing.
Nearly 100 dedicated road police positions have been cut in the past five years, while the road toll rose 50 percent in the same period.
A Dunedin pensioner, described by a judge as violent and deviant, has been jailed for eight years for sexually abusing six young girls over two decades.