When Bill and Linda Feather bought a dilapidated old shack at Chrystalls Beach to turn into their first crib, some probably thought they should drive a bulldozer through the front door and start over.
Caltex has launched an investigation into the recent fuel mix-up at its service station in Milton.
What a difference 11 months makes. In January this year, Meg the 7-year-old Labrador-huntaway cross, vanished after being involved in a car cras
When you work at a funeral home, it can sometimes be difficult to work out when one day ends and another begins, Elise Wolfgram says.
Bad sunburn, the family dog eating the cream-covered pavlova off the bench, dad burning his fringe trying to light the barbecue and your mum laughing until she nearly passes out, are just some of...
It will be a New Year's Eve celebration of two halves in the South this year.
Fedor Konyukhov is not even a quarter of the way through the first leg of his round-the-world rowing bid, and already plans are taking shape for his next challenge.
Shania Twain fans are promised a visually stunning show from the Queen of Country Pop at Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium tonight.
Andrew Roozen says there is only one thing better than climbing Mt Everest.
When Tap & Dough Bistro co-owner Norma Emerson turned up at her newly opened Middlemarch restaurant and found effluent flowing through it her first instinct was to run and never look back.
The New Zealand Principals' Federation is dismayed there has been little to no consultation with schools over changes to English language support funding.
Middlemarch farmers affected by the washout of the Mt Stoker Bridge during the recent floods may have a replacement before the end of this week.
The magic of Christmas seems set to spread over Otago and Southland this year.
Bob Newbury never was a man to play with dolls.
Dunedin police have one youth in custody and are searching for another following an alleged break-in at Concord School.
A male has been taken to Dunedin Hospital this afternoon suffering burns.
A last-minute cut to English for speakers of other languages funding has left school principals angry and scrambling to find ways to fund Esol teachers they have already employed for next year.
Australian choral and orchestral group Artes Christi performed in Dunedin yesterday to mark the anniversary of the death of one of New Zealand’s great church architects.
Three people turning up to a Dunedin City Council information session about the Westwood wastewater pipe repairs, is a good sign, council staff say.
Dunedin residents will have an opportunity to have a say on the Ministry of Education’s draft early learning strategic plan during a public consultation event on Monday.