John Lewis

Taieri Gorge railcar breaks down

Taieri Gorge Railway has been forced to take the unusual step of towing the company's Dunedin Silver Fern railcar with a locomotive after the luxury railway vehicle broke down last week.

First bet a winner for PNG visitor

First bet a winner for PNG visitor

Terf Aisi appeared to be the odd one out at the Otago Anniversary Day races at Wingatui yesterday.

Sailing along for 2015

Sailing along for 2015

Scouts and girl guides from around Otago had their first rehearsal for this year's Gang Show, at Waiora Scout Camp, at the weekend.

Being world famous – in Caversham

Being world famous – in Caversham

The battle for world records raged in Caversham yesterday.

Descendants of Waikouaiti settlers celebrate

Descendants of Waikouaiti settlers celebrate

Descendants of the Kennard family are flooding into Waikouaiti and Dunedin this weekend to celebrate the 175th anniversary of the family's arrival in Otago.

Columba cancels Vanuatu trip; sets up appeal instead

Columba cancels Vanuatu trip; sets up appeal instead

Cyclone Pam has ended months of planning and fundraising for pupils at Columba College, whose planned trip to Vanuatu has been cancelled.

'Future classic' on show in Dunedin

'Future classic' on show in Dunedin

Until recently, there was no such thing as a guilt-free supercar.

Taieri Beach to have classroom makeover

Taieri Beach to have classroom makeover

A classroom at Taieri Beach School is about to get its first makeover since the 1980s.

NCEA tracking just got easier

NCEA tracking just got easier

Aaron Fahey's problems do not keep him awake at night - his searches for solutions do.

Website graduates to take on world

Website graduates to take on world

What started out as a school project for a former Bayfield High School pupil is now selling shares and about to go global.