A long-distance recycling project was rolled out in Dunedin yesterday.
Otago Art Society 2014 exhibition winner Judy Smith, with her acrylic painting Emma. Photo supplied.
Lights, cameras and lots of action signalled the opening of the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour 2014 in Dunedin last night.
Otago book writers and illustrators are among New Zealand children's book awards finalists announced this week.
Former St Clair Community Kindergarten pupil Kay Aitken (nee Lane) shows new pupils Lucinda McNally (centre) and Poppy Hussey (both 2) a photo of her first day at the kindergarten, in 1949.
The release of 30,000 salmon smolt in Dunedin waters on Saturday is likely to result in net gains in the future.
A major international science conference has been confirmed for Dunedin.
Something special is on the horizon. Matariki is when the stars rise to greet the new year. Nigel Benson previews the 2014 Puaka Matariki Festival.
A series of free public talks will reveal the sources of inspiration that drive some of the people involved in the creative enhancement of Dunedin.
A South Dunedin sole trader, who was always happy to see down-at-heel customers, is hanging up his shoehorn.
New Zealand Sevens coach Sir Gordon Tietjens has cancelled a public engagement tomorrow after he was criticised for making an inappropriate joke in Dunedin last week.
Police searching for a missing woman are seeking information about an item of clothing found washed up on the Lake Wakatipu shoreline yesterday.
The dancing queens took the lead, but the dancing princes and princesses stole the show at the Regent Theatre yesterday.
A decision on the controversial Fiordland monorail project is expected before the weekend.