Show-and-tell at school was pretty exciting in Dunedin yesterday. And it was particularly so for Amelia Brown, as her dad brought the Ranfurly Shield to school.
The spirit of a courageous young sportsman now welcomes visitors into the John McGlashan College gymnasium.
A Dunedin arts advocacy group hopes to make arts and culture an issue at this year's local government elections.
A public forum on the battered St Clair sea wall led to some heated debate at the Forbury Park Raceway hall in Dunedin last night.
Be afraid, Hawkes Bay. Otago's first-up Ranfurly Shield challenger will be shaking in its boots by the time it arrives in Dunedin tomorrow.
A former Dunedin singer-songwriter has won a competition to write an anthem for this year's Special Olympics summer games in Dunedin.
After playing more gigs than you can shake a stick at, veteran drummer Jack Allpress is feeling beat.
Art and money go together at the Dunedin School of Art's annual symposium this week.
The Otago rugby team nearly ruined internationally-acclaimed opera singer Jonathan Lemalu's homecoming concert in Dunedin tonight.
People from all walks of life gathered in Dunedin on Saturday to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the Otago Tramping and Mountaineering Club.
The Otago rugby team was greeted by an emotional crowd at Dunedin airport on Saturday. More than 1000 jubilant blue and yellow-clad fans filled the airport to welcome the Ranfurly Shield.
A large crowd of around 1000 blue and yellow-bedecked rugby fans filled the Dunedin Airport to welcome back the Otago team and the Ranfurly Shield today.
Peninsula school pupils have been having a colourful week with their combined schools art exhibition.
The Port Chalmers Seafood Festival has hit a sour note with some local musicians after choosing entertainers from outside Dunedin for next month's event.
Weird. That is the only way to describe driving along a Dunedin motorway at 100kmh with your hands off the steering wheel watching the car steer itself.