Taieri College hosted its primary schools seven-a-side day yesterday, more than 250 primary school pupils taking part in the five adapted sports in fine weather.
Cobblestones from the 19th century have been revealed by road workers realigning Castle St outside the Dunedin Railway Station.
They traded the Australian dollar and sunshine for the Dunedin lifestyle 13 years ago and now the Waterworth family are proudly Kiwi.
If hunger struck before 10.30am yesterday, it was all the better for New Zealand mothers hoping to set a record for the annual Big Latch On.
As close as cousins can be, two Dunedin women put their heads together to come up with a way to raise funds for cancer and yesterday a tandem head-shave was their answer.
Protesters stood outside the Dunedin Community House yesterday as offshore oil and gas explorer Shell holds talks inside with environmental groups about plans for deepwater drilling in the Great South Basin.
Dunedin animal lovers joined yesterday's nationwide protest against a new Act allowing synthetic party drugs to be tested on animals with the message ''we won't forget at election time''.
Tina Stevens is still buzzing from her win in the Southern Showdown boxing event in Dunedin on Saturday night, but she cannot remember all of it.
Tourism operators at Port Chalmers wharf are apprehensive over Port Otago changes set to begin this summer cruise ship season.
An early learning centre closed two weeks ago because of financial difficulties will reopen under a new owner on Monday.
Parents in Otago with autistic children are faced with raising $145,000 to ensure the continuity of a therapy programme.
MetService has lifted its heavy snow warning for eastern Otago, but snow and rain showers are likely during the next 48 hours.
A small community support group is the grateful recipient of a much-needed van and is thanking the generosity of a Mosgiel couple.
After 17 weeks of training, sparring and constant ''attention'' from their trainers, the fighters in Dunedin's Southern Showdown will step inside the ring tonight at the Edgar Centre.
The Orokonui Ecosanctuary has just had its third birthday, but there are concerns as membership and funding have both dropped.
If his father completing 14 marathons was not the motivation Max Bania needed to run his first marathon in September, a jibe at his lifestyle was.
How do you catch a chocolate bar thief on a moving train? Fill the carriages with hundreds of hungry schoolchildren on holiday with a keen nose for chocolate crime.