For new Dunedin Fringe Festival director Josh Thomas, the silver screen is about to become the stage.
Lollies scrambled down the world's steepest street in Dunedin yesterday.
Mickey Mouse stood beside a giraffe and a robot at the 2014 IHC Art Awards in the Dunedin Community Gallery last night.
Kiwirail's controversial Chinese-made freight wagons continue to cause problems.
A Dunedin art student has been awarded a top national prize for emerging artists.
Moana Pool is getting an early present before its 50th birthday later this year.
Pots have been brewing at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery this week.
Dunedin wildlife came out to play in the 2014 New Zealand International Science Festival yesterday.
The dawn of the dead is coming to Dunedin.
Mashed spuds were the order of the day in Dunedin last night. Stunt scientist Tom Pringle, aka Dr Bunhead, claimed a Guinness World Record, by using a potato bazooka to fire a crop of nine potatoes through a tennis racquet in three minutes.
Imagine a concert to break a doctor out of prison.
Mosgiel Public Library went back to the future this week.
Grease is the word, after the success of Abba tribute musical Mamma Mia! in Dunedin earlier this year.
If you thought there was pressure on the All Blacks to keep winning, spare a thought for the Brazilian football team.
Otago builders and designers have made their mark in awards celebrating New Zealand's best southern houses.
The tyranny of distance learning was over and only opportunities remained, Deputy Prime Minister Bill English told Telford Polytechnic staff in Balclutha yesterday.
Expect the unexpected in Dunedin this week. The 2014 New Zealand International Science Festival will be another explosion of experimental fun. Nigel Benson buckles on his crash helmet.
Maori artist Chris Flavell did not think his latest exhibition would take off.
Dunedin's newest deputy dog looked pretty good yesterday for a pooch who has been called every name under the sun.
You could say it is an interesting body of work.