A fishing trip almost turned into a tragedy yesterday as three men were rescued from their upturned boat at Taieri Mouth - the third incident in the area in less than a week.
Relationship building has given a Dunedin-based production company exclusive rights to film three of China's recent architectural accomplishments.
The United Nations may have dubbed 2008 the year of the potato, but it is always the year of the spud for one Dunedin resident.
The three men rescued from their ill-fated fishing trip at Taieri Mouth on Sunday are recovering from their ordeal, but the boat has not fared so well.
A COUPLE who fled the Khmer Rouge regime in the 1980s might return to Cambodia after the Dunedin City Council decided to ‘‘terminate the contract'' for their Khmer Satay-Away stall.
Maori education provider Te Wananga O Aotearoa will hold its first graduation ceremony in Otago on Saturday.
The removal of a late-night Octagon taxi stand has angered taxi drivers, who say the Dunedin City Council is pandering to a restaurateur.
Representatives from the Carisbrook Stadium Trust will venture south this week, hoping to persuade people to not only support the project - but also pay for some of the Awatea St stadium.
Six Otago and Southland representatives are attending the Anglican General Synod in Wellington this week
Winter could be the new Dunedin tourist attraction, Taieri Gore Railway chief executive Murray Bond says.
Diagnosing himself with "obsessive compulsive McDonald's collecting disorder", a 50-year old Ettrick man has moved to Dunedin to work his dream job under the golden arches
A surfing safari to find some of the world's biggest waves is set to begin in the unlikely spot of Fiordland.
It has been dubbed "Our Stadium" but Southlanders were staying away from a presentation about the Awatea St Stadium, resulting in a smaller venue for the Invercargill public forum and a cancellation of a free breakfast in Gore.
The Department of Conservation is refusing to comment on the number of submissions it has received as it attempts to slash $8 million and more than 50 jobs from its operations.
The smell of ink in a former press room was replaced by perspiration, as a team of current and former students rushed to complete their film for a film-making competition.
Martin Phillipps has yet to write a song about his decade-long battle with hepatitis C, but on Saturday his band The Chills played a gig in Cathedral Sq, Christchurch, to mark World Hepatitis Day.
Despite the doom and gloom of recent job losses, there is still light at the end of the tunnel for businesses, Otago Chamber of Commerce chief executive John Christie says.
It willl be a takeaway with a difference when the colossal squid embarks on a joyride through downtown Wellington next month
Taylormade chief executive Ian Taylor has headed overseas in an effort to keep his multimedia company based in Dunedin.