Dunedin's craving for drama in the wake of the Covid-19 lockdown will be satisfied in October, when musical theatre returns to the Regent Theatre.
A man left fighting for his life in the wake of the "heinous" Christchurch mosque shootings has called for the death penalty to be reintroduced in New Zealand.
Niwa has issued a "La Nina watch" for New Zealand, which means the country can expect reduced rainfall in the lower and western South Island over the next three months.
A reduction in recycling markets and a bid to improve the quality of recycling has prompted the Dunedin City Council to change what it will collect in its yellow-lidded kerbside wheelie bins.
Several Port Chalmers residents have expressed concern there is only one escape route in their Dunedin City Council flats, after an elderly neighbour was critically injured in a fire last week.
He was a young lecturer in classics, Latin and ancient Greek philosophy. She was a young history lecturer.
With a little help from digital technology, Kavanagh College is able to hold its major production this year, despite Covid-19 killing off all other Dunedin schools’ efforts to present their annual...
About 3000 Otago and Southland pupils are starting to tuck in to free lunches after 18 of the region’s schools joined the Government’s free and healthy lunches programme.
A driver has escaped with minor injuries after their car went off a bridge into a creek near Hampden in North Otago.
It was a piano movement on a grand scale when a Yamaha grand piano was delivered to Otago Girls’ High School.
A toddler is in Dunedin Hospital with serious injuries after being run over by a car in Mosgiel this morning.
It may pay to put an extra blanket on your bed tonight. MetService has forecast snow down to 500m overnight in Otago and Southland, including flurries in Dunedin and Oamaru.
Plans for a Strath Taieri heritage park are building a good head of steam, as Lakes District businesses show an interest in expanding into Middlemarch.
When firefighters dragged an 84-year-old man out of his burning Port Chalmers flat and laid him down on the front lawn, his neighbours were sure he was dead.
An elderly man who had to be dragged from his Port Chalmers flat by firefighters last night is in a critical condition with severe burns.