Dunedin jeweller Lynn Kelly is taking some gardening leave, having been appointed 2014 Auckland Council regional parks artist in residence.
A music phenomenon which imploded more than 30 years ago is set to break box office records in Dunedin this week.
An illustrious visitor to Dunedin yesterday turned out to be a hard case.
Queens High School pupil Brenna Cropley (14) performs live on air at Otago Access Radio yesterday.
'Tis a day to sniff, sip and sigh.
It's absurd ... It's insane ... It's a Gauswheel!
Home is where the heart is for a Dunedin software company.
Otago could benefit from a new strategic alliance announced by the film industry this week.
A self-confessed ''tomboy'' was in shock yesterday after winning Otago's premier beauty pageant.
Dunedin residents are to be surveyed about their comings and goings.
The advanced guard of World War 2 veterans, all aged in their 90s, will this week travel to a place they remember as a scene of horror and devastation to honour comrades who never got to grow old.
The Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival, which ended yesterday, will be booked again next year after the ''resounding success'' of the inaugural event.
Abba fans are getting excited about hit musical Mamma Mia debuting in Dunedin.
Sold-out signs usually accompany Billy Connolly shows in this neck of the woods.
Royal New Zealand Ballet members Sir Jon Trimmer and Lucy Green get into character for Coppelia with a visit to The Doll's House Dance Shop, in Dunedin, this week.
The founding director of the Dunedin Fringe Festival announced his resignation yesterday.
The audience has been turned into the artist at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery this week.
Judge Judy has delivered her verdict. And now the United States reality television celebrity is planning to have some Otago artists framed.
A Scottish stunt scientist who specialises in unusual experiments has been confirmed for this year's New Zealand International Science Festival in Dunedin.
Some great stories will be told at the inaugural Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival next week, including those of Huw Lewis-Jones. Nigel Benson hooked up with the English climber, writer and historian.