The children of an Otago man who drowned while freediving last year say you never know when something can go wrong.
Experienced freedivers often find themselves on the ‘‘wrong side of the statistics’’, a Dunedin diving instructor says.
The Dunedin City Council should take the plunge and extend the season at the St Clair Hot Salt Water Pool, a swimmer says. David Murphy, of Mosgiel, launched a petition asking the council to keep...
A concept has been launched in a bid to get more people to visit Strath Taieri and to save a train service.
An array of ‘‘amazing’’ aeroplanes and a fleet of ‘‘wonderful’’ vehicles were on display at the Taieri Wings & Wheels Spectacular.
The fate of the train service to Middlemarch lies with the Dunedin City Council, Strath Taieri Community Board chairman Barry Williams says.
A Dunedin woman with ovarian cancer is set to do her first skydive to raise awareness of the deadly disease.
‘‘Frustrated’’ small-business owners in St Kilda have been taking a financial hit since roadworks began outside their shops, raising questions about a lack of consultation by the Dunedin City Council.
Dunedin’s Scottish culture is under threat because families cannot afford their children to learn piping and drumming in the city, a mother says.
An investigation has been launched to solve a mystery of the history of a historic horse trough uncovered on Otago Peninsula.
A “prohibitive” toll once paid by commuters in Portobello Rd was an “unpopular” piece of the Otago Peninsula’s transport history.
The Outram Rodeo Club may have taken a bath financially by holding a rodeo to help another club hit by flooding but they did it ‘‘for the sake of the sport’’.