Dunedin tourism operators need to prepare for higher numbers of "budget Australian" visitors as the cruise-ship market changes, a group was told yesterday.
Flavours of Home is a series of recipes from around the world cooked by people at home in Otago. This week Mary Browne and Helen Leach, from New Zealand, show us how to make pavlova.
Five years after she was repeatedly raped and left for dead by Liam James Reid, his Dunedin victim says ongoing issues to do with the case make it hard to move on from the brutal incident.
Brighton Surf Life Saving Club's "tired" and much altered A-frame building may soon be replaced with a modern, more community-focused facility.
A cafe and gym could soon join apartments and a day spa in the former Roslyn fire station - a move labelled "crazy" by a local business owner.
A creative response to a growing roll has proved a success for the Dunedin Rudolf Steiner School.
The work of a six-legged team has revealed it is "highly unlikely" stoats are living in the Orokonui Ecosanctuary.
Their bank balance will soon have more than a few extra digits, but a Lotto-winning Catlins couple say the experience has yet to sink in.
The Salvation Army is feeling the pinch in the South Island with demand for food parcels and social work sessions up more than 100% since the start of the recession.
Southern style was laid on at the South Island premiere of Mike Wallis' western movie Good for Nothing, at the Rialto theatre in Dunedin last night.
Cuts to a "successful" Southern youth transition service have been labelled "short-sighted" by the region's mayors.
The old sexton's building at East Taieri Cemetery could be transformed into an information kiosk for visitors.
The Southern District Health Board looks set to overachieve in two child immunisation programmes.
The Taieri Dramatic Society is looking for fresh blood to take centre stage as its viability comes under threat.
When Crystal Diong wanted to raise money for World Vision, she flagged the idea of a bake sale or sausage sizzle and turned instead to her greatest asset - her brain.
Refurbishment options which could cost up to $1 million have been explored for the Mosgiel Library.
Dunedin Archery Club president Dave Solomon may not know much about The Hunger Games movie, but he is well aware of the impact it is having on his group.
Despite closing 21 years ago, ex-DIC department store staff members still enjoy getting together for a catch-up.
It might have taken her seven years to jump on the sustainability bandwagon, but there is no chance of Kate Meads getting off now.
After seven days, dogs left in the Dunedin City Council pound are destroyed, regardless of their temperament or suitability for adoption. Dog Rescue Dunedin was established in December last year to save these condemned creatures. Ellie Constantine finds out how the organisation is faring.