The crew of a French ship turned their attention to friendship soon after they arrived in Dunedin yesterday.
There was plenty of food for thought at the inaugural Otago Food, Wine and Music Festival on Saturday.
It may be the season of giving, but it is Christmas taking that will be in the spotlight this week.
Visitors to Larnach Castle can now travel back in time.
The tastes and sounds of Otago will be savoured at the inaugural Otago Food, Wine and Music Festival today.
A swarm of venomous visitors surfed into St Clair Beach yesterday.
Children, start your engines.
The 2014 Dunedin Fringe Festival was already getting some laughs yesterday - more than three months before it starts.
Breaking a leg, dying on stage - acting is not for the faint-hearted.
Could the Rolling Stones be coming to Dunedin? The world's biggest rock group announced yesterday it will play at least one concert in New Zealand early next year.
A family rebuilding process is preserving a piece of Otago harbour history.
The Dunedin School of Art is a site for sore eyes this week.
A Dunedin artist has been commissioned to create a sculpture to honour a Wellington philanthropist.
Dunedin-born opera singer Jonathan Lemalu has won the supreme award at the 2013 Arts Pasifika Awards, held in Wellington.
Building designs which revived Otago's colonial heritage were celebrated at the 2013 Southern Architecture Awards in Queenstown last night.
Dunedin Public Art Gallery assistant curator Lauren Gutsell and curatorial intern Henry Davidson are framed by their nearly completed ''Wonderwall'' installation this week.
A project started in Dunedin last year ended with an official ceremony in England yesterday.
It was a case of the one that got away. Just as Tahuna Intermediate School pupils were about to measure a whopping long-finned eel, it slithered out of their grasp back into Tomahawk Lagoon.
Rob Cope has a pretty cool travelling companion, although his 1.5m-tall fridge has been dragging the chain a bit on their hitch-hiking tour of the South Island.
It is not quite mission impossible. More mission improbable.