John Lewis

Quite the day to pick a winner at Wingatui

Quite the day to pick a winner at Wingatui

Can an electric wheelchair keep up with a trotting horse? Nick Svensen can confirm, the answer to that particular question is: ''No''.

Anniversary Day an open and shut case

Anniversary Day an open and shut case

It seems most Dunedin residents have become accustomed to the fact Otago Anniversary Day is a ''lottery'' when it comes to working out whether businesses and facilities are open.

Club 'extremely angry' at vandals

Club 'extremely angry' at vandals

Vandalism of several vehicles at Beachlands Speedway is expected to cost thousands of dollars to repair, outraging many at the Waldronville-based club.

Call her Queen B: she hopes to rule, rule, rule

Call her Queen B: she hopes to rule, rule, rule

Brianna Hedley wants to be the next Lorde.

'Chief cook and bottle washer' helps mark 50th

'Chief cook and bottle washer' helps mark 50th

The first thing that struck Gwen Marshall (82) about the people at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was that they were so securely happy.

Debby got fired up when told girls not allowed

Debby got fired up when told girls not allowed

When Debby Foster was a girl, people laughed at her when she told them she was going to be a firefighter just like her father.

Otago pupils' art talents on show

Otago pupils' art talents on show

Art portfolios created by four Otago secondary school artists last year have been selected to tour New Zealand in the 2014 Top Art Exhibition.

City benefits in an instant

City benefits in an instant

Cerebos Gregg's has confirmed it will pump $10 million into expanding its Dunedin-based coffee factory and close its East Tamaki, Auckland, manufacturing plant at the end of this year. 

Western Front beckons

Western Front beckons

Sometimes history can be just words on a page.

Dunedin courts hailed

Dunedin courts hailed

Courts Minister Chester Borrows is singing the praises of Dunedin court staff for turning the wheels of justice faster than other courts around the country.