Pardon the disruption - hot weather will resume this weekend.
A pride parade along George St could be held as early as next year, organisers of the Dunedin Pride Festival say.
Being boiled down into a liquid instead of being buried or cremated could be an option for the dearly departed in Dunedin.
He is known as a "Connor of all trades" among friends.
Members of the Waitati community have been advised to ignore rumours about who may have killed Star, the miniature horse who was stabbed 41 times by an assailant who remains at large.
As they barrelled towards a rock face at speed, Brenda and Doug Weening thought it was just another trick their jet-boat driver was using to scare them.
There are disruptions to traffic on Dunedin's Northern Motorway tonight, after a vehicle crashed off the road and down a steep bank.
Dunedin schools appear to be supporting the pupil-organised School Strike 4 Climate rally in the Octagon next month.
The planned closure of four NZ Post shops in Dunedin and Mosgiel has been confirmed and will begin next month.
"Keep the Earth clean. This isn't Uranus," he says.
What do a rifle scope, a supermarket trolley, a Lime scooter, a couch and a bouncy ball have in common?
Two southern academics will have a rare opportunity to continue their research at some of the world's top tertiary institutions after being awarded Fulbright New Zealand Scholarships.
An increasing number of Otago residents are getting ''two-tyred'' for their daily trips to work this month.
NIWA glaciologists are not holding their breath, hoping they will see healthy, resurgent glaciers, as they prepare to conduct their annual survey of the southern region's glaciers.
The days of sitting NCEA exams with pen and paper are numbered after the New Zealand Qualifications Authority signed an agreement with a British IT company to provide an online system aimed at...
Conditions in the Southern Ocean are becoming increasingly challenging for Fedor Konyukhov, but the Russian adventurer remains stubbornly focused on achieving his goal.
It was an unscheduled match: the Black Caps versus children with a serious case of the back chats.
Will Scharpf had a lot on his plate during exams last November. So you can imagine his surprise when he was named one of the country's top 10 pupils in the 2018 New Zealand Scholarship exams.
Helmets are to be made available to University of Otago students and staff using Lime scooters as the institution reopens for the 2019 academic year.
As Dunedin and the South faces another hot weekend here are some more traditional tips on how to deal with the heat.