A pilot is dead following a glider crash in near Omarama tonight.
Last year was one of the Dunedin women's refuge's busiest. Reporter Elle Constantine tours one of its safe houses.
With her own extensive property portfolio, property manager Andrea Elliott has seen it all when it comes to rogue tenants, but one Dunedin rental proved television gold.
When your father has jumped monster trucks through burning double-decker buses and wheelied down, and back up, Baldwin St, it would be hard not to want to follow in his footsteps.
Food waste is full of untapped potential, and could be costing the country more than $2 billion a year, two points a group of University of Otago staff wants to change.
Known as one of the finest walks in the world, the Milford Track's beauty and wildlife have attracted people for more than 100 years, but there has never been a smarter time to walk it than now.
Mortgagee sales figures may have dropped since the harshest days of the recession, but 89 Otago properties still had to be sold in the 12 months to September 2011.
With the pinch of the holiday season still being felt, and a new school year looming, many parents are turning to second-hand stores for uniforms.
Last fire season was a quiet one for the Department of Conservation, despite a burn in Queenstown which cost $64,000 to extinguish.
New Zealand's milk prices are once again at the whim of the international market, but this time changes should be positive for consumers.
She may not be satisfied with her efforts, and is concerned with how it will be received, but Lynne Hill's entry in the Robert Burns Poetry Competition has come up trumps, again.
As demand for her artisan infant shoes grows, Lou Clifton is turning her attention to a long-term goal - creating footwear for adults. Ellie Constantine stepped into her studio.
A collection of Taieri history has been growing in Outram for 40 years, helping people remember, and others learn, about the area's rich past.
Fair and equitable parking opportunities for all. It seems a simple manifesto, but when it comes to enforcing it, Dunedin's parking officers frequently experience public wrath for the job.
Not many teenagers would want to spend all their spare time studying, but Shaun Markham had a worthy point to prove.
Lex and Cath Donaldson have travelled happily together through 68 countries, and 60 years of marriage.
Cocern for the safety of residents and staff at Dunedin's Hulme House has prompted the Southern District Health Board to move them to new premises.