"Unseasonably" and "unusually" warm and dry weather may be on the way for coastal Otago residents over the next three months, as Niwa watches for another La Nina weather system.
Dunedin's Catholic Community of Learning lead principal has stepped over to the secular side, to take up the principal’s position at Mornington School.
Community consultation on the trial Mosgiel-Taieri Safer School Streets project showed overwhelming support for lower speed limits near schools, but new crossing locations did not get public...
Tony Curtis has always been a big believer in the saying all things come to those who wait. Since a fire significantly damaged the western end of St Paul’s Cathedral in...
The future of the Dunedin Physio Pool is expected to become less murky when the Southern District Health Board (SDHB) meets next week. Failure of the pool’s heat...
Third time was the charm for Megan Gibbons.
Life has turned full circle for Adrian Woodhouse.
Could there be truth to the conspiracy theories — that 3m-tall aliens walk around Dunedin office buildings after dark?
Megan Gibbons will be crossing her fingers, avoiding ladders and watching out for black cats in the hope it will be ‘‘third time lucky’’ and she will finally be able to give her first graduation speech as Otago Polytechnic’s chief executive at tomorrow’s ceremony.
A new weapon is being developed in the fight against invasive aquatic weeds and Lake Wakatipu will be among the first to reap its benefits.
Whitebaiters on the Aparima River are being urged to secure their huts and valuables following a spate of burglaries this month.
Like bees to honey, about 70 cellists will swarm to Dunedin for a cello players’ specialist retreat and to stage a mass cello concert at the Dunedin Town Hall next month.
Some say brass musicians are full of hot air, but these ones actually have something to boast about. Bayfield High School cornetist Mei Admiraal and Bayfield High...
Come early August, there may be fewer bogey-men on Dunedin golf courses and more albatrosses.
There was ‘‘bone fide’’ excitement at the K9 Medical Detection New Zealand facility in Mosgiel this week.
A bridge over troubled water was replaced with a safe, brand new one in East Taieri this week, easing the minds of local residents.
A cool $44,000 — that appears to be the market value of a taxidermied polar bear.
First there were eight — now there are more than 40.
Failure of the Dunedin Physio Pool’s heat exchanger is one of several issues causing a "perfect financial storm" for the Otago Therapeutic Pool Trust, leaving trustees to question whether it can...
Tomahawk Lagoon may soon ride a wave of biodiversity and sustainability success after the Otago Regional Council voted to pump $260,000 into a new catchment group, an ecological assessment of the...