The first ship in a flotilla expected to benefit Otago by $32 million passed Taiaroa Head yesterday afternoon.
The Carisbrook roar is now silent. But is has been replaced by the rumble of machinery and squealing steel tracks. Nigel Benson makes a final visit to the 'Brook.
The little people have been lining up to see the little people.
A particular pig is winning acclaim for a Dunedin author and illustrator in the United States.
The inaugural Otago Southland Theatre Awards (Ostas) will be presented in Dunedin next year.
Dame Kiri Te Kanawa will make what could be her swan song in Dunedin next year, as part of a rebranded Otago Festival of the Arts.
A dark Christmas comedy in which Santa's reindeer confront sexual violence opens in Dunedin today.
Spectators are advised to dress warmly and bring a blanket for the coolest show in town this weekend.
A Dunedin family living in the middle of Otago Harbour is lifting anchor.
Two Otago bands had success at the 2013 Rockshop Bandquest.
Half a century of spreading Christmas cheer was celebrated in Dunedin last night.
The final preparations are being made for tomorrow's annual Dunedin Santa Parade.
Helio Lima, of the the Royal New Zealand Ballet, conducts a dance class before the company's 60th anniversary ''Tower Tutus on Tour'' performance in the Regent Theatre last night.
Te Radar can laugh about it now, but the Auckland-based comedian was worried about treading on a few toes when he made his debut with the Royal New Zealand Ballet.
A historic Dunedin rugby test and a doomed love match had Irish eyes smiling in Dublin this week.
Let the games begin!
If you want to put a new car through its paces, then the world's steepest street is a good place to do it.
An initiative to make vulnerable pedestrians stand out in the crowd was launched in Dunedin yesterday.
Charley Pride has been singing the praises of Dunedin artists on his latest international tour.
A Dunedin dance lecturer has been honoured for a lifetime body of work.