Tucked away in small towns throughout Otago and Southland are the keepers of the community’s history. Today, David Loughrey visits Naseby.
Concert-goers have given the Forsyth Barr Stadium grass a pounding, there are some football games coming up next month, and Michael Watson is getting the ground ready - Christmas or not.
The dead travelled in style in the Maniototo.
A 30-year-old Dunedin woman celebrated her birthday, on her birthday, for the first time yesterday.
Age may have slowed Bonnie the dog when it comes to going for walks, but that has not stopped her getting around.
The South has cast off its gloom, brushing cloud and wet weather northwards as it readies for a Christmas in the sun.
Dunedin’s one-way cycle lane system is almost complete, and pretty much ready to use. David Loughrey tried the system out, along with NZ Transport Agency project manager Simon Underwood.
Some long-time favourites from the Otago Museum have shifted house.
The latest connection in a cycle/walkway that will link Dunedin with Port Chalmers had its first try-out yesterday.
The group established to advocate for professional theatre after the closure of the Fortune Theatre has set up as a charitable trust.
Residents of a close-knit Helensburgh, Dunedin, street have begun a Christmas tradition sure to keep the postie entertained.
A family of six has moved into some of Dunedin's best golfing real estate and plenty of birdies are on the cards.
Both the benefits and the downsides of international tourism are felt keenly in the South, a new survey shows.
An international theatre consultancy has been hired to undertake a more than $300,000 study into Dunedin’s performing arts woes, following the closure of the Fortune Theatre.
Dunedin could lose another 250 car parks in the city centre to the new Dunedin Hospital.
A motorcyclist has been injured after a crash in the Dunedin suburb of Musselburgh today.
A short police chase was called off in Halfway Bush last night.
Work and Income New Zealand has promised its central Dunedin office will stay in the city centre, despite being forced to make way for the new hospital.
The man who began, and has led, Arts Festival Dunedin for most of the past 20 years has decided to step aside from the role.
Work on the cycleway-walkway from St Leonards to Port Chalmers is expected to begin mid-next year, despite problems attracting tenders in a busy Dunedin contracting market.