Otago Polytechnic graduands paraded along George St ahead of their graduation ceremony at the Dunedin Town Hall today.
Police have named the man who died after the quad bike he was driving overturned on a farm near Waihola last night.
A person has died at the scene of controlled burn-off at Northburn, near Cromwell.
ODT photographer Craig Baxter shares his favourite snaps for 2013.
It has been a long six months for Dunedin taxi entrepreneur Bill Overton.
Lovers of motorcycles new and old will have plenty to see when a big show opens at the Otago Museum's special exhibitions gallery today.
The sheep have been stood down - for now, at least - after organisers of a Dunedin hill climb for car enthusiasts struck a deal with an irate opponent.
Otago Daily Times racing writer Matt Smith gives his tips and predictions for the weekend's racing.
A simulated magnitude-8 earthquake struck the West Coast on the Alpine fault line at 3am yesterday, demolishing the Omarama Hotel and Ohau Lodge and isolating Queenstown.
Auctioneer Kevin O'Connor, of Auckland, conducts an auction of engineering equipment in the Hillside Engineering Workshops fabrication shop yesterday.
The campaign by a Mosgiel mother for the immediate banning of synthetic cannabis comes to Dunedin today.
Raw video from today's Hyde St Keg Party, held in beautifully fine conditions in Dunedin.
OUSA president Francisco Hernandez talks about the 2013 Hyde Street Keg Party
A former New Zealand sprint champion finished ahead of the field in the 2013 City of Dunedin Art Awards at the Art Station last night.
After a scorcher of a Christmas Day in Dunedin, evening fog descends over Kaikorai Valley in this sped up video.
I hope those who were excited about seeing The Hobbit are still so, after all the hype and negative publicity.
Scenes from the Dunedin 2012 Santa parade
Hobbits, wizards and dwarves . . . The cast of The Hobbit and director Sir Peter Jackson pose with a specially painted Air New Zealand 777-300 aircraft at Welliington Airport ahead of the...
The largest cruise ship ever seen in Dunedin, the Voyager of the Seas, leaves Port Chalmers on Saturday evening after its first visit to the city.