A damaged Toyota Carib sits in a flower bed in Herbert St, Invercargill, near the Queens Dr roundabout, after a two-car collision last night.
Exploring people's change in identity during dementia is one of the many research projects to be undertaken by University of Otago Medical School scholarship recipients.
A Dunedin non-profit store has been hit by vandalism, which staff members say will cost it money that would otherwise have been given to charity.
A young family whose Ravensbourne Rd rental home was destroyed by fire last week have been buoyed by the community support shown for them.
The Lilliput Libraries initiative is getting bigger.
A historic local aircraft found a gap in the blustery weather to take to the skies yesterday after wild winds kept it grounded on Saturday.
A little rain was not enough to deter the 200 people who came for the Taieri river bank walk yesterday.
It will be a chance to go back in time when flights on an historic southern New Zealand plane are offered to the public this weekend.
A Port Chalmers resident says rivers he swam in as a child are too polluted for his grandchildren to swim in and has called on the Government to put aside cost concerns and clean up New Zealand's waters.
The owners of a Dunedin property damaged by fire last year have turned misfortune into opportunity.
Port Otago machine operators were schooled in safe driving well before an investigation revealed operator error was partly to blame for a serious accident at the site last year, its chief executive, Geoff Plunket, says.
Balclutha woman Cheryl Campbell is not averse to a challenge, and this is a big one.
A measure taken to prevent motorists from parking cars on a section of road near Dunedin Airport has resulted in people parking on a narrower part of State Highway 86 and creating a safety hazard, a Momona resident says.
Orokonui Ecosanctuary ranger Geoff Clarke inspects a a kiwi chick at the Orokonui Ecosanctuary recently.
Environment Southland (ES) has announced a ground-breaking proposal to eradicate marine pests from waters in Fiordland.
It is unclear what caused a throttle cable to come loose and send a Monarch Wildlife Cruises and Tours boat reversing into a cliff earlier this week, a company director says.
A woman who suffered serious burns after a gas explosion in a campervan at Lake Hayes this month has undergone skin graft surgery and remains in Dunedin Hospital.
More than 500 planners, resource managers, urban designers and environmental practitioners will converge on Dunedin when the annual New Zealand Planning Institute (NZPI) national conference is held in the city next month.
The Yellow-eyed Penguin Trust has recorded a deficit for the second year in a row, in a further setback to an organisation already battling declining population numbers.
A trip to Gallipoli will be at stake when St Hilda's Collegiate pupil Lola Garden competes in the ANZ RSA Cyril Bassett Speech Competition in Wellington today.