The report of a shark sighting on Monday night was not enough for surfers and paddleboarders to waive the idea of going for a splash at St Clair in the hot weather yesterday.
The Christmas season has begun in Dunedin once more.
A toilet block believed to be one of the oldest in New Zealand is of high heritage significance and should be retained and repaired, a report says.
One of the South Otago A&P Society’s longest-serving volunteers was honoured at the 151st show at the weekend.
Telford graduands and staff proudly marched down the main street of Balclutha yesterday in a ceremony no longer marred by uncertainty over the agricultural institute’s future.
Two brothers from Middlemarch have come away grinning quietly after their film came second overall in the New Zealand regional final of an international film competition.
The Otago Regional Council admits there are ways to improve the efficiency of its pump stations on the Taieri to ensure there are no repeats of the problems that arose during the July deluge.
Emergency crews attend a collision at Kuriwao, north of Clinton, on State Highway 1 yesterday afternoon.
Although there was immense evidence of widespread surface flooding on the Taieri in July, water schemes responded as expected, according to the Otago Regional Council.
The gurus at Animation Research Ltd raced to get their animation simulations over the finish line in time to show off what Team New Zealand's sailing boat would look like in the 36th America's Cup.
A group of high school early leavers have powered up their potential to bring home several trophies from the Grass Kart Challenge, using machines they designed and built.
A Dunedin family's Christmas presents were stolen in one of several burglaries in the city over the weekend.
Only fifteen more sleeps remain until Dunedin’s 20th annual Santa Parade.
The master plan to redevelop Dunedin’s Steamer Basin could be Dunedin city’s "what if" moment.
An elderly man and his dog were both treated for injuries after the vehicle they were in left Portobello Rd and landed on to the beach yesterday morning.
Crichton Tahana has gone from rags to designing his own riches, after turning his back on a life of crime to graduate with a fashion design degree.
Camper vans be warned: It is not safe to drive up Baldwin St.
A man was seriously injured in a paragliding crash in Arrowtown this afternoon.
An elderly man has been taken to Dunedin Hospital after driving off Portobello Rd this morning.
The growing popularity of Tomahawk Beach means it will once again be patrolled by lifeguards this summer.