Football was the winner on the day - and so were the Blue n' Gold Bobbies.
Life came full circle yesterday for one Oamaru truck driver.
Demolition work to clear the way for Dunedin's new billion-dollar hospital will start early next year.
Four Dunedin brass musicians have blown away the judges, earning themselves recognition as some of the best young players in the country.
A slide of Dunedin's nightlife will go under the hammer this weekend.
One prospective Dunedin local body politician has received an apology after her election hoardings disappeared less than a day after they were erected.
Health authorities in Invercargill are confident one of the city's restaurants is not selling a food item marked unfit for human consumption.
Public transport use is on the rise in Dunedin but more could be done to improve the service, a public transport advocate says.
Otago and Southland were mostly spared the worst of the winter storm which closed roads and lit up the night sky further north at the weekend.
More road speed reductions are being proposed for Port Chalmers.
One South Dunedin business is facing an uncertain future as plans for a new community hub continue.
Dunedin's rusted, cracked and ageing sport field lights are set to be replaced at a cost of about $500,000.
They may say theirs is steeper, but he is not giving up on ours.
Dunedin's camping grounds are losing out because campers are choosing to stay free of charge at the city's newest freedom camping site, an operator says.
A Dunedin film-maker wants his upcoming film to encourage more Chinese film-makers to the city.
Freedom campers continue to flock to Dunedin and are estimated to have spent more than $3 million during the last camping season.
A surfer who sparked a search and rescue mission off Brighton Beach on Saturday night probably made it to shore under their own steam.
A former member of Parliament and Dunedin city councillor is having another crack at local government.
Scaffolding is erected around the former New Zealand Hardware Company Ltd building in Cumberland St yesterday.
How the street formerly known as the world's steepest will be officially acknowledged remains undecided as a bid to reclaim the title for Dunedin falls on deaf ears.