There seems to be a surprising amount of brass coming out of the woodwork in Otago and Southland at the moment.
Despite dropping eight places in the 2020 Quacquarelli Symonds World University Rankings, the University of Otago has retained its place in the world’s top 200 universities.
A bright ‘‘orange and green’’ light over the Otago Peninsula sent emergency services scrambling yesterday morning.
A bright "orange and green" shining light over the Otago Peninsula has sent emergency services scrambling.
Regional tourism organisations (RTOs) in Otago and Southland have praised the Government’s latest funding initiative, which they say throws a lifeline to the embattled sector.
Given Ben Abraham was the former head boy and proxime accessit of Logan Park High School, he never spent much time in the principal’s office.
When it comes to fashioning bouquets, Peter Johnstone has been known to use "all sorts of odd things" — even bicycle wheels — to give his flower arrangements that "wow" factor.
A car crash caused several bus services to be delayed in central Dunedin this morning.
Secondary school pupils and teachers have breathed a collective sigh of relief, following temporary changes to the NCEA and university entrance.
Demolition experts will be moving on to the next building in the way of the new Dunedin Hospital in the next few weeks.
When Jenny Beck called all of her staff into a meeting after the Covid-19 lockdown, the mood was anxious.
The first major cold snap of the winter is expected to hit much of the southern region tomorrow and Saturday, bringing snow down to 400m.
The first major cold snap of the winter is expected to hit much of the southern region at the end of the week, bringing rain and snow down to 400 metres.
To the untrained eye, it looks like a piece of well-used plumbing.
The Dunedin City Council is expected to receive data today which will help it decide whether the social distancing measures in George St are still necessary.
Two weeks after the reopening of schools, some pupils are showing signs of mild trauma from the lockdown.
Winter has officially arrived, and although it is no longer shorts and T-shirt weather, Niwa National Climate Centre scientists are predicting the next three months will be warmer than usual.
Emergency services crews helped a patient out of a car after it crashed into a parked car in North Dunedin this afternoon.
A motorcyclist has a suspected broken leg after falling from their bike on State Highway 8 near Tarras in Central Otago this morning.
For the first time in her 12-year career as a teacher aide, Kyla Bolton says she feels like a valued employee.