Ngai Tahu representatives are ready to bring an iwi lens to Otago Regional Council policy-making.
Stabilised by his mother's hands, 3-year-old Harry Finch moves across the floor of their home by flicking his legs forward, one after the other.
Southland's Conservation Board has greeted a proposed gas drilling operation off New Zealand's coast with a resounding "no".
Dunedin's biggest book sale collected its second-largest haul in 39 years at the weekend.
Children of a strict Central Otago Catholic man have finally been awarded millions of dollars from his will that he specifically denied them.
Otago's harbourmaster now has a full-time shipmate as the regional council increases boatie education.
A man has been released on bail after allegedly breaking into a Dunedin supermarket yesterday.
An Invercargill recycling company employing people with disabilities has bitten back at two southern mayors it says have spread "misinformation'' about contract negotiations.
A man has been arrested after allegedly breaking into a Dunedin supermarket this morning.
A Dunedin community group may have to rethink its no-pokie funding stance after struggling with other fundraising methods.
The Southland recycling tender rejected by the Invercargill City Council would have saved $11 million over the next 16 years and produced a new automated facility, documents reveal.
Resigning Otago regional councillors in otherwise unrepresented areas say there are several candidates considering taking their places.
A waste company employing workers with disabilities refuses to be dumped.
Proposed natural gas exploration off Otago's coast has reignited questions about the environmental impact of the fossil fuel. Environment reporter Jono Edwards asks whether burning natural gas is a...
Volunteering with blue penguins has become so popular the Otago Peninsula Trust is testing whether people will pay for the experience.
Idea Services support and administration staff who provide care for intellectually disabled people, will go on strike for a third time on Monday in a bid for better pay and work conditions.
The friendship of two kakapo recovering in Dunedin after complicated surgeries is offering hope in a month when other chicks are being hit by a deadly fungal disease.
The Otago Regional Council is adamant it is on track with crucial water consent work despite Environment Minister David Parker launching an investigation into the organisation.
Otago Regional councillors are welcoming a Government investigation to assess whether it is on top of crucial water work.
Steep Otago Regional Council rates increases will put pressure on businesses, the Otago Chamber of Commerce says.