The weather gods had the final say at Party in the Park in Mosgiel yesterday.
Dunedin police are disappointed with the number of intoxicated drivers caught during the weekend.
More than half of all police officers caught speeding in the Southern district during the past two years have been required to pay their fines.
Cantabrian caped food-sader Flatman made a dashing visit to Dunedin flatters yesterday.
Thousands paid a fitting tribute to the excesses of Roman lifestyle last night.
St Kilda Fire Station may be getting a revamp.
The image of Dunedin students willing to live in cold, rundown and squalid hovels as long as they get a good deal - reinforced by the 1999 film Scarfies - is one of the enduring stereotypes of Dunedin students, but is it correct? Timothy Brown visits ''studentville'' to find out what student accommodation is like and why students choose to live where and how they do.
A Dunedin school has been caught in the crossfire of the debate about deep-sea drilling.
A group of University of Otago nutritionists is travelling to Kenya hoping to improve the nutrition of the country's children.
Taieri Cricket player-coach Dwayne Weir hopes a change in format will bring a change in fortunes for the struggling club.
Taieri Junior Cricket Club have other clubs seeing green, but it is nothing to do with the pitch at Brooklands Park.
The fight over the seabed is taking to the skies.
Ross Griffiths is a legend of the small screen.
There will be ''something for everybody'' in Waitati today.
The countdown is on to the 2015 Cricket World Cup.
The generosity of New Zealanders is amazing, say an English couple whose possessions were stolen while sightseeing.
Saddle Hill Community Board chairman Scott Weatherall is confident development of the Brighton Domain will be able to go ahead soon.
Work on Riccarton Rd is slated to begin in the next financial year, more than a decade after the debate about the road's future began.
A former Shortland Street star is among a group of St Leonards School alumni hoping to alleviate some of the community's pain following the death of two of the school's pupils last week.
''Shocking'' is how a former nurse describes the way she was treated at Dunedin Hospital's urology department.