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A new blood test has been developed to indicate a person's "pace of ageing", meaning it can estimate a person's biological age and help indicate whether they are more prone to develop chronic disease… Audio
Conversations With My Immigrant Parents - Series 2 are putting the call out for new Talent. Deadline 22nd June 2020.
A new $145,000 slogan, aimed at enticing New Zealanders to visit Dunedin, is getting a D-grade from many online.
Queenstown support services say they need a welfare hub more than ever as job losses continue to pile up.
NIWA's squat lobster specialist Dr John Zeldis explains to Kathryn Ryan what causes the red swarms seen recently in Broad Bay and Edwards Bay near Portobello on the Otago Peninsula. Audio
The Queenstown Association of Migrant Pinoys says more than 500 Filipino migrants have sought welfare support in the resort town.
Christchurch City Council has received its worst ever mark for performance.
One of the country's biggest tourism companies is considering a significant number of redundancies.
A Dunedin family wants answers and assurances after a 23-year-old man tried to take his own life during lockdown, just 10 hours after being discharged from a psychiatric hospital.
A Balclutha woman due to be sentenced today for breaching the alert level 4 lockdown has failed to appear in court.
Officers found the loaded sawn-off, double-barrel shotgun hidden down the side of a child's bed in the house.
Air New Zealand is adding more flights to Queenstown for Queen's Birthday weekend, with flights resuming from the resort town to Wellington.
Dunedin police broke up several parties in the city's student quarter which were flouting level 2 rules on Saturday night
The Dunedin City Council has approved a controversial suite of measures designed to entice people back to the central city after the Covid-19 lockdown.
The Dunedin City Council has voted to slash the speed limit on the city's main street from 30 km/h to 10 km/h.
Queenstown has rolled out the welcome mat to domestic visitors with the return of the first passenger flights since 1 April.
A Wanaka restaurant owner asked for support to save his business in the face of Covid-19 - and a humble Kiwi classic is helping save the day.
Queenstown tourist operators are gearing up to welcome back tourists to the once thriving town.
Ni-vanuatu workers on an orchard in Central Otago are desperate to return home to help rebuild their villages after Cyclone Harold struck last month but Covid-19 has got in the way. Audio
Free counselling is planned for the resort town, as the financial impact of Covid-19 takes its toll on the community.