The New Zealand Historic Places Trust wants to protect an almost forgotten piece of New Zealand's marine history.
It has been a long time coming, but champion Invercargill powerlifter Sonia Manaena finally has her gold medals.
A Central Otago midwife facing bankruptcy if she did not pay a debt owing to the Midwifery Council of New Zealand has paid in full.
A casual conversation has led to a formal research and funding agreement between Victoria University and the Tuatapere Hump Ridge Track board.
The musical director of a charity concert in Invercargill yesterday has described the response from audience and musicians as "excellent".
Southland's enterprise and tourism organisation, Venture Southland, is to investigate the present economic benefits and future possibilities from the region's burgeoning cruise ship industry.
A department of Conservation manager believes a plan to poison black-backed gulls nesting near Te Anau Airport will pose little threat to other bird species.
The installation of ultrafast broadband (UFB) at Northern Southland College at Lumsden has finally given pupils and teachers appropriate distance learning technology, Deputy Prime Minister Bill English says.
Retired Catholic Bishop of Dunedin Len Boyle is growing fonder of his biography, published earlier this year.
The charitable trust planning to establish a boarding school in Dunedin for senior Muslim boys also wants to open an out-of-school programme for younger Muslim children here.
Sheep have made themselves at home in its interior and time has not been kind to its exterior, but Waitati resident Louise Burnside is confident a 127-year-old railway station can be shifted to Waitati, restored and reinstated to its original use.
A reduced hourly rate for young people could be the incentive employers need to take on another staff member, Dunedin City Council economic development unit manager Peter Harris says.
Receiving an invitation for six of her students to participate in a fashion shoot in Shanghai was exciting enough for Otago Polytechnic's fashion academic leader Margot Barton.
Truth, as they say, is stranger than fiction. And some of the truths Prof Sue Black and her forensics team from the University of Dundee, Scotland, have uncovered have been almost unbelievable.
Rural land on the fringes of Dunedin and Mosgiel is being transformed into suburbs as subdivisions spring up. Over the past two or three years, hundreds of homes have been built and soon sold. Who is buying? Where have they come from? And, if they were already city residents, who's buying their old homes? Allison Rudd investigates.
Knox College has advertised for a new leader, despite warnings the tertiary residential facility may be closed unless millions of dollars can be raised urgently for earthquake-strengthening and more beds.
Taieri College pupils model fantasy garments during a dress rehearsal for last night's wearable arts show.
Dunedin's Youth Hostel Association backpackers has closed and is on the market, but the association says it wants to retain a presence in the city.
For young cancer patients, filling in the hours while receiving treatment at Dunedin Hospital can be a added challenge.