Not all citizenship ceremonies are the same - one held in the Balclutha last week was especially poignant as two of the new citizens were welcomed in the very place they are employed.
A woman received moderate injuries in a crash on Otago Peninsula this afternoon.
Celebrity chef Pete Evans will be cooking up a storm inspired by local cuisine at the Great Kiwi Home and Living Show this weekend.
Otago Polytechnic staff were yesterday treated to a sneak peak of what student life might be like when they had a tour of its $20million student accommodation village development.
At the most magical time of the year, Foster Hope Otago is trying to spread a little Christmas cheer with its backpacks for foster children.
A hotter and drier summer is predicted for Otago as a La Nina weather pattern kicks in.
A man is being transported to hospital after suffering burns in an incident in Wyndham.
A person was taken to hospital in a serious condition after a jet ski incident on the Clutha River near Clydevale last night.
A Dunedin man who helps tourism groups cash in on film locations is about to visit one of the settings used in the latest Star Wars movie.
For six years Louise McLaren has been ‘‘crazy enough’’ to be the secretary for the annual Kaitangata Car Show and Run. The popular classic car event will be held this Saturday at the Kaitangata...
Now that warmer weather is on the way, a celebratory fun day will be held for Milton’s recently developed children’s park.
Waitati artist Phillipa Crofskey shows off her mural, which was put on display in the children's section of the Blueskin Bay Library on Saturday.
A Dunedin author has been recognised for his debut novel at the annual Ngaio Marsh Awards.
The Lawrence community is excited at the prospect of what an archaeological proposal might unearth about historical remains of Chinese goldminers in Otago.
Milton residents wanting a quick dip in the swimming pool will have to wait a few more weeks while the circulating pump is replaced.
It was a hootin' and a hollerin' good time at Outram at the weekend as the Otago Country Music Club celebrated its 40th anniversary.
Spook the dog took things to a devilish new level at the first ``Carnival of Costume'' at the weekend.
A family trying to track down the long-lost owner of a World War 2 satchel finally has answers to a 70-year search.
A 21-year old was hauled from a ledge after he fell eight metres down a cliff at Tunnel Beach this morning.
A group of University of Otago students have protested against a course fee rise and staff cuts by hanging a banner reading ``Drop Fees, Not Staff'' from a university building.