Hidde Boers, of the Netherlands, enjoys yesterday's spectacular show at the Esplanade, at St Clair, Dunedin, yesterday afternoon, as high tide approached, peaking shortly before 6pm.
Volunteer firefighters have been called to tackle a shed fire at a rural property in Tapanui tonight.
Time flies, but some unlucky people may also find themselves airborne after falling from ladders or chairs while trying to adjust their wall clocks to daylight saving time this weekend.
Greenhouse gas emissions must be cut urgently if the worst effects of climate change on the world's oceans and the Antarctic are to be avoided, Prof Christina Hulbe warns.
An innovative study shows that a specialised diet, low in carbohydrates, is an effective treatment for children and adolescents with gastrointenstinal problems.
The British and New Zealand love affair with tea drinking might never have happened except for an obscure botanical disaster in Sri Lanka, botanist Paul Guy said yesterday.
Most candidates for the Dunedin mayoralty and city council yesterday strongly supported pedestrian safety concerns over e-scooter use on city footpaths.
Protesters formed a ''Barnes Dance Flashmob'' at the intersection at the northern end of the Octagon to raise awareness of a planned School Strike 4 Climate NZ event in the Dunedin tomorrow.
A man allegedly involved in a serious assault is in custody after a manhunt in a Dunedin suburb this afternoon.
Native trees will make better long term carbon sinks than simply planting pine trees to counter climate change, Associate Prof Janice Lord says.
A family disagreement rather than drink-driving may have been the background to a double car crash in Dunedin North.
Hannah Pirie, the Dunedin Botanic Garden geographic and arboretum curator, moves topsoil in Lovelock Ave yesterday, the day of the spring equinox.
Dunedin Hospital emergency department clinical lead John Chambers, who is standing for election to the Southern District Health Board, speaks to Otago University students.
Indian-born Logan Park High School international prefect Lokesh Menariya holds a plate of pakoras, spicy Indian vegetarian delicacies that proved popular at the school's International Food Festival...
The Mosgiel Memorial RSA bowling club will be sold by tender to an undisclosed buyer, and the club's governance will be restructured and new elections held.
About 50 people attended a''fantastic'' genealogy anniversary event in Dunedin at the weekend, organisers said.
Police are investigating a report an envelope containing an unknown powder has recently delivered to a Mosgiel property.
Three fire appliances backed by a helicopter with a monsoon bucket have swiftly extinguished a lakeside fire which was burning near homes in the Queenstown suburb of Kelvin Heights this evening.
Jack Manning has been narrowly elected as next year's Otago University Students Association president and is keen to boost support for student mental health.