The Dunedin to Brighton Veteran Car Rally rolls into the Brighton Domain this weekend and it will be the best yet, organisers say.
A Dunedin woman who says she was abused by her former partner believes the court system is letting down victims of domestic violence.
A review of the Domestic Violence Act might be ''healthy'', but legislative change will be a kneejerk reaction to societal shame, an authority on family law says.
An increase in the number of abortions performed in the Southern district during 2011-12 is an anomaly created by the merger of Otago and Southland's district health boards, Abortion Supervisory Committee chairwoman Dame Linda Holloway says.
Brighton Gala Day will offer fun for the whole family, organiser Colin Weatherall says.
An old woolshed on 20ha of land in Old Brighton Rd has given Tom and Jeanette Grant freedom, income and, most importantly, the opportunity to meet new people.
When naming locations similar to Dunedin, Argentina does not often make the list - but for Juan Puricelli the similarity of Dunedin to his native country helps make the city home.
The face of the Edinburgh of the South is changing - slowly.
Dunedin's growing diversity has been given a boost by those seeking citizenship in the city during the past two years.
The fate of the Silverstream lamb cut processing plant near Mosgiel is still unknown.
The story of Earnscleugh Station was told at a field day at the property last month. Reporter Timothy Brown went along to hear how a rabbit-plagued desert was transformed into an award-winning showcase of farm management.
The future of the red meat sector lies in the hands of farmers, a meeting in Omakau was told last week.
A freshwater scientist who worked on proposed amendments to the Government's National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management has hit back at criticisms of the proposed amendments.
New Zealand dairy farmers have lost a key competitive edge in the international market, a leading financial researcher says.
Goats are great for North Otago farmer Owen Booth, no kidding.
The Government's proposed amendments to the National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management have received the backing of the agricultural industry.
Leading freshwater scientists have panned the Government's proposed amendments to the National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management as meaningless and lacking necessary science.
Despite decreasing stocks of unsold feed grains and high payouts forecast for the dairy sector, feed grain prices should remain relatively stable, Foundation for Arable Research chief executive Nick Pyke says.
The performance of Central Otago wines at the Air New Zealand Wine Awards has shown the area has matured as a wine growing region.
Growers are being urged to have their voices heard in Summerfruit New Zealand's levy renewal round.