Olivia Caldwell

Rugby: Brazier 'man of the team' in win

Rugby: Brazier 'man of the team' in win

What a difference four years can make.

Locks challenge intimidates halfback

Locks challenge intimidates halfback

Little more than a year ago, Aaron Smith was making his debut for the All Blacks against Ireland and he said that was a breeze compared with his latest challenge.

Speight's was old dark and is now light green

Speight's was old dark and is now light green

Speight's Brewery Dunedin is officially more environmentally friendly, thanks to its $29 million expansion project which includes the removal of four coal boilers.

New cruise rules worry operators

New cruise rules worry operators

Tourism operators at Port Chalmers wharf are apprehensive over Port Otago changes set to begin this summer cruise ship season.

Otago supports cup bid

Team New Zealand arrived in San Francisco this week and Otago residents were the first in New Zealand to write supportive messages this week for the team's bid in the Louis Vuitton and America's Cup races that lay ahead.

70 years on, Helen is still the one

70 years on, Helen is still the one

Returning from World War 2, Jack Bremner missed his wife Helen's 21st birthday because he was out with his army buddies, but after 70 years of marriage she has managed to reel in her soldier.

No parole for abductor

No parole for abductor

Brodie O'Rourke (25), the Queenstown man sentenced to three years and three months' prison last year for the violent kidnapping of Jason Maynard on the Crown Range Rd, near Arrowtown, in 2011, has been denied parole.

DCC in 'damage control' over closed roads

DCC in 'damage control' over closed roads

The effects of last week's wild weather will be felt for some time as Dunedin City Council contractors undertake damage control around the city.

Henley couple contemplate future elsewhere

Henley couple contemplate future elsewhere

Flooding has left a Henley couple contemplating a future elsewhere after their home, backyard and pets were sorely tested in the past week.

Frustration at the airport

Frustration at the airport

Passengers were left stranded in Dunedin yesterday after 11 flights were cancelled because of poor conditions at Wellington and Christchurch airports.