A young Tapanui trio have shown their farming expertise on the national stage.
An Otago environmental group is questioning why an international gas drilling giant is bothering exploring in southern New Zealand waters after its admission success is unlikely.
Dunedin groups are welcoming family carers of people with disabilities being recognised with fair pay, but are asking why the measures do not address mental health or elderly care.
Passengers and tour operators are describing the lack of shelter and seating at Dunedin's regional bus stop as a "very bad look" for the city.
A pest-culling operation on 12,500ha north of Dunedin is aimed at decimating the possum population by poisoning and trapping.
Passengers seem to be loving Dunedin's bus hub. Nearby businesses, not so much.
Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage is backing a zero bycatch policy for sea lions.
Housing New Zealand is rebuilding its ageing Dunedin housing stock.
The Dundas St Bridge will remain closed three months longer than expected.
Further bus hub work could cause disruption for passengers this weekend.
The Otago Regional Council's chairman will not be renewing his membership of the Dunedin Club.
A sixth sea lion death in squid trawling nets has been observed in a fishery south of New Zealand this year.
Whether to further increase work or halt rates increases was the dividing issue between Otago regional councillors yesterday.
The Otago Regional Council will investigate declaring a climate emergency after a plea from a Dunedin woman.
The chairman of the Otago Regional Council will get a 11.5% pay increase over the next five months.
A bottlenose dolphin comes up for air near the Andersons Bay Inlet yesterday.
The mystery of Dunedin's aquatic visitor has been solved.
Prospective thieves were no match for reinforced glass at a Dunedin jeweller this morning.
Climate activists sit in anticipation on couches and chairs outside Dunedin's Kiwibank on Moray Pl yesterday to symbolise the wait for the bank to announce a fossil-free policy.
In a landmark decision, the Employment Relations Authority has set collective pay rates for Jacks Hardware and Timber Ltd employees.