A Mosgiel woman rose above losing everything in a house fire to be crowned the fashion favourite at Wingatui yesterday.
Some race-goers let loose at the Wingatui racecourse today as it hosted a day in the field.
The cull of tahr in the Southern Alps will be unlikely before February after the tragic death of two experienced hunters.
As it has increased efforts to protect young birds from searing heat, Dunedin's albatross centre hopes to follow a disastrous breeding season with record births.
Forest & Bird has added another accusation to its legal case regarding the alleged destruction of a Remarkables wetland.
One year ago the Otago Regional Council’s first full-time harbourmaster stepped into the role. Reporter Jono Edwards speaks to Steve Rushbrook about laying the groundwork to improve safety in the...
Discovering their beer had received a near-perfect score was the cherry on top for a Mosgiel pair crowned New Zealand's best home brewers at the weekend.
A Dunedin resident is calling for information on the ''awful'' death of four ducks in the Helensburgh area.
The Government is considering a paua-fishing ban on a stretch of beaches north of Dunedin to halt the decline of the abalone.
Two fire vehicles were called to assist a person stuck 10m up in a broken cherry picker in South Otago this afternoon.
A Dunedin resident is calling for information about the "awful'' death of four ducks in the Helensburgh area.
Having English Premier League football coaches come to your school would make many young players dribble.
With the drop of a curtain on a historic building, Cadbury has made its final mark on Dunedin before officially leaving the city.
A prisoner is in hospital after being "seriously assaulted'' at the Otago Corrections Facility,
Joe and Sophie Burke strut their stuff at the Zonta Club of Metropolitan Dunedin's Extraordinary Fashion show at the Kensington Army Drill Hall last night.
A little pupil ingenuity went into Carisbrook School's new bike track, meant to get children off the couch and behind handlebars.
Truck drivers passing through Dunedin on long-hauls yesterday were treated to a free hydration pit-stop.
A gold mining company will leave Clutha as it prepares to be hit with its second prosecution for environmental degradation in two years.
Police are chasing a man who escaped on foot near a popular Dunedin tourist beach after allegedly stealing a motorbike.
Only three prosecutions have arisen in the past year from the Otago Regional Council, despite 1900 public complaints about environmental infringements.