Dozens of people were in stitches at Otago Museum on Saturday during a World Knit in Public Day event.
Sometimes, going to a bird show can be an ego-booster — particularly when you walk through the front door and a voice tells you, "You’re a pretty boy".
With names like Destenay’s Child, Syringe Toaster, Yeehaw, and The Big Bad Big Band Reversing Truck Memorial Jam Schack, the audience could have been forgiven for thinking they were at a rock concert.
Four people have been injured in a two-car crash near Lawrence this morning.
Smoke pollution complaints have increased by nearly 50% over the past 12 months, prompting the Otago Regional Council to remind outdoor burners of Otago’s air plan rules.
The MetService’s new rain radar station near Hindon proved "extremely valuable" during the recent heavy rainfall event which left much of Canterbury inundated by flood water.
Electric blankets may get a break in the South this weekend.
Watching a set of deer’s lungs being inflated by a bicycle pump was enough to take the breath away from George Street Normal School pupils yesterday.
Clean-up in aisle three.
Otago's oldest school is about to become New Zealand’s newest school.
A person has been taken to Dunedin Hospital with moderate injuries after two utes collided on Three Mile Hill this afternoon.
A man has been taken into custody after driving his car through the front doors of the Octagon Night 'n Day store in Dunedin.
A new approach to raising the literacy skills of 5-year-olds has been released in two Dunedin primary schools.
Ewan Beadell, Wei-Hun Loh and Jack Sanford had no idea what they were getting into when they made a last-minute decision to enter the ODT Extra! spelling quiz on Thursday.
Parts of Otago and Southland were on track to record one of their warmer Mays in recent history — that was until a bit of snow and some hard frosts introduced themselves near the end of the month.
It used to be about winning bragging rights with other schools in the region.
Queen’s Birthday weekend is shaping up to be mostly dry for those in eastern parts of the South, but severe weather warnings have been issued for some inland and western areas.
Obsessive book-lovers compulsively burning the midnight oil at the Regent Theatre 24 Hour Book Sale have just become a memorable chapter in a recently closed book.
There is an increased risk of floods in the South this winter, but it is expected to be warmer than usual.
It is a long way from Mt Everest but Harjinder Singh Chander is planning to use Dunedin’s Baldwin St to reach some dizzying heights this weekend in support of mental health.