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This day in 1967, three cheers and a rowdy rendition of Auld Lang Syne marked the end to the infamous six o'clock swill. Audio
An oyster farmer is out of business after a parasite outbreak prompted the large scale culling of oysters in Stewart Island.
Clowns who make a living entertaining youngsters are unamused by the hit horror movie It.
A law change in Australia to stop undesirable betting agencies has forced out New Zealand's TAB.
Labour's leader, and its Invercargill candidate, have sought to reassure mayor Tim Shadbolt over his concerns its free tertiary education policy would undermine the town's selling point.
Anti-whaling group Sea Shepherd will not fight the Japanese whaling vessels in the Southern Ocean this year.
The biggest sporting event of the year and likely the richest fight in combat sport history is a few hours away, the two most successful athletes in their respective sports have signed the contracts…
A woman who has been waiting for more than two years for a hearing implant is calling for more government funding to help people like her.