In an odd twist of fate, nearly 100ha of an Otokia dairy farm now looks like a little piece of the drought-stricken Australian Outback not because of a lack of water, but because there has been too...
Activity around Cargill’s Castle is expected to increase in coming months as the Cargill’s Castle Trust prepares to lodge a resource consent to begin stabilisation and strengthening work at the Dunedin landmark.
The return to upstream habitats and breeding grounds is a slippery slope for most New Zealand whitebait species.
If a distaste for having to get out of bed too early has been your last and only excuse for not participating in the annual Dunedin Run the Runway event, you have just run out of excuses.
Parts of Otago recorded some of their hottest temperatures so far this year as the mercury hovered around 30degC at the weekend.
A motorcyclist is in Dunedin Hospital in a serious condition after colliding with a vehicle on State Highway 1, south of Balclutha this afternoon.
Production of the 2021 batch of Morton Family Crib Plum Sauce is in jeopardy this year, after a flock of 12 kereru recently ravaged the family’s ripening plum tree at their Warrington holiday haunt.
No ifs, ands or putts, Otago Harbour Golf Challenge remains afloat and is expecting to reopen by the end of this month.
Going where no man, or woman, has gone before, scientists are using drones to observe some of the most inhospitable parts of the West Coast’s remote and rugged coastline.
Senior secondary school pupils from throughout the country undertook a wide range of research programmes yesterday during the latest Hands-On at Otago week in Dunedin.
Phill Boult has so many fond memories of rides in his father’s 1913 Alldays and Onions veteran car, but driving over Lookout Point is not one of them.
In an odd twist of fate, nearly 100ha of an Otokia dairy farm now looks like a piece of the Australian Outback — not because of a lack of water, but because there has been too much of it.
Middlemarch residents are rallying together to investigate the possibility of buying Camp Sutton, after the Outdoor Education Trust recently put it up for sale.
Weather extremes continued to plague much of Otago and Southland in 2020 as many areas recorded some of the hottest, coldest, driest and wettest weather in their history books.