A Dunedin family took a share of the honours at the 2017 Otago Wildlife Photography Competition at Otago Museum on Saturday.
The fleeting beauty of a tiny bird won a Dunedin man the top prize at a wildlife photography competition.
Predators of yellow-eyed penguins on Otago Peninsula beware - deerstalkers have you in their sights.
Fellowship and friendship bloomed in Dunedin on Saturday.
A house in Western Southland has been "extensively damaged'' by fire.
A hunter has been rescued from the Silver Peaks Scenic Reserve after becoming "distressed", police say.
A Mosgiel man says motorists are "blatantly" ignoring parking restrictions and the DCC is failing to deploy enough parking officers.
The trailer of a Summerland Express Freight truck blocks a section of the southbound lane of State Highway 1, near Flag Swamp, north of Waikouaiti, yesterday.
After another successful year, Dunedin Fringe Festival could be extended by a week next year to accommodate the growing number of acts.
The Otago Museum has been accredited for its high standard of animal welfare.
Police have no idea how many people were in the car which crashed with a bus on the Te Anau-Milford Highway in Southland this afternoon.
The Fringe Festival is nearly over, but reacclimatising to a world of 9-to-5 and neckties will take time, Shawn McAvinue writes.
It's alive and it has a sole.
The ‘‘extremely remorseful’ Frenchwoman filmed defecating in a Dunedin street has been given a verbal warning by police.
Dancers and co-facilitators of Dunedin Fringe Festival show Composure Leah Carrell and Ben Mitchell, both of Auckland, go through their moves.
Get on board the bordello body bus. Cabaret performer Glitta Supernova, of Sydney, said the bus has stopped at Dunedin Fringe Festival for her show Body Map.
A sign from a musically significant record shop will be unveiled at a Dunedin Fringe Festival show tomorrow.
Steve, the mute alter-ego of a comedian on the rise, had an uplifting experience in Dunedin yesterday.
Police are searching for the French woman who defecated in a Dunedin street as the French embassy asks tourists to ''display good manners''.
Police are searching for the Frenchwoman who defecated in a Dunedin street, prompting the French Embassy to ask tourists to watch their conduct.