A magic moment caught on her sister's camera has won Dunedin amateur photographer Madeline Bilkey (12) the top prize in this year's Magic Moments competition.
Seagulls rifling through central Dunedin rubbish are riling at least one local resident.
City councillors might favour a different option to that proposed by the Taieri Community Facilities Trust for a new pool at Mosgiel.
Otago farmers are being praised for working together and making sacrifices to ensure rivers are sustained as many in the region's east become ''extremely'' low, with no significant relief in sight.
Christchurch youngster Saskia Kalotapu (5) tries to keep pace with her melting ice cream during day one of the Colgate Games at the Caledonian Ground in Dunedin yesterday.
Work to improve Dunedin's central city area might be back on the agenda as councillors are asked to commit funding.
How to fund more cycle lanes in Dunedin will be hotly debated at next week's pre-draft long-term plan deliberations, after the New Zealand Transport Agency reduced its contribution to the project.
One-year-old Abigail splashes with dad Michael Kruger, of Dunedin, in the learner's pool at Moana Pool yesterday.
A native bee prepares to enter its nest on a set of steps in the Dunedin Botanic Garden.
Stranded, hungry and locked out of Auckland airport late at night with two children in tow, a Dunedin woman says her Jetstar experience went from bad to worse when Saturday night's flight from Auckland to Dunedin was cancelled.
Aucklander Steve West's newest is the flashest of his three electric vehicles.
Dunedin-bound Jetstar passengers say they are disappointed at having to spend an extra night in Auckland after a mechanical problem in a plane caused them major delays.
Lawrence is looking forward to a big weekend, with more than 300 people set to descend on the Tuapeka district centre to celebrate 150 years of schooling in the surrounding districts.
A 144-year physical presence of the Anglican church in Lawrence is about to end, but services will continue in the West Otago township.
Dogs make their owners very happy. But why is having a dog becoming more of a financial commitment than it ever was? Debbie Porteous takes a look at a Dunedin dog's world.
The days of overflowing sewage in Kaikorai Valley are numbered as the Dunedin City Council prepares to spend about $7 million on a once-in-100-year wastewater pipe replacement.
The proposal for a new $15 million swimming pool in Mosgiel comes under the noses of Dunedin city councillors for the first time on Monday.
The Dunedin City Council will fund the central business district cardboard collection service following the contractor's decision to stop providing the service.
Health conditions, such as asthma and diabetes, affect many people in our communities. Debbie Porteous talks about her own personal experience of how hypothyroidism affects her life.
Dunedin motor vehicle dealers are anxious to dissociate themselves from the Citifleet fraud, saying the car yards involved need to be named publicly to stop suspicion falling on all.