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.
Any way you slice it, golf balls are going to go missing from time to time.
Having an end of a journey to work towards is important, but solo circumnavigator Elana Connor is finding it is the journey itself that matters most.
Surf lifeguards are concerned about a surge in beach rescues around Otago and Southland, despite the weather being mostly undesirable for swimming so far this summer.
Dunedin police are still on the hunt for a driver who left the scene of a crash in Ravensbourne Rd, which critically injured one and seriously injured four others.
The cogs on the Mornington Cable Car Society’s restoration project may have slowed in the wake of the Covid-19 lockdown, but members say they are still headed in the right direction.
A Waikouaiti business may be in hot water after police went there on another matter and smelt cannabis.
Police are urging Dunedin residents to be wary of a telephone scammer who managed to swindle $15,000 out of a 69-year-old local woman.
Dunedin Police are on the hunt for a driver who left the scene of a crash in Ravensbourne Rd, which critically injured one and seriously injured three others.
Fiordland National Park is still one of the remotest places on the planet. So if someone were to wander off and get lost or injured, it would be easy to disappear. John Lewis takes a look at some of those who never came back.
Tracey Mains is somewhat of a late bloomer when it comes to getting tattooed.
Mosgiel's H&J Smith store is to reopen at the end of February, under new ownership and a new name.
A Dunedin businessman is collecting and sending babies’ and children’s clothing to Fiji in the wake of Cyclone Yasa.
Umbrellas may have a dual purpose for the rest of this summer - to shade from the sweltering sun or shelter from the rain.
MetService's new weather radar station near Hindon had a significant effect on how local authorities dealt with recent flooding.
The sodden summer looks set to continue in the South, with thunderstorms, hail and localised downpours expected tomorrow.
The quickest way to become an old dog is to quit learning new tricks.