It was more rugs and jumpers than T-shirts and sunglasses as Dunedin’s University Oval hosted the "summer game" on Saturday.
New Zealand curling is in safe hands for the future, the skips of the teams that recently performed with distinction at the World Junior B Championships say.
The clever buggers at the Dunedin Model Aero Club keep their flying machines running come rain or shine. Mike Houlahan talks to club president Jeff Smart.
The enthusiastic response to the crowdfunding campaign to expand the Otago Chocolate Company could lead to another new manufacturing company seeking public funding.
The Government should consider a "double majority" for its intended referendum on cannabis to give Maori an equal voice on potential law reform regarding a drug which affects them...
Plucked from the Mataura River mud and preserved for decades, a treasured fob honouring service during World War 1 is about to be returned to the original owner’s family.
A shortage of builders and a rush to upgrade properties has the Otago Property Investors Association concerned some students will be homeless when the academic year begins.
The Otago Chocolate Company is on the verge of signing a lease on a large waterfront building, as plans to expand the crowd-funded business fall into place.
University halls of residence aim to be a home away from home for students — but for some students it’s not that far away from home at all.
Work will shortly begin on the next major construction project at the University of Otago - a $26 million home for the departments of music, theatre and the performing arts.
Rugby officials are considering ensuring every concussed player receives a medical clearance before playing again.
Winton man Iain Davidson is trying to solve ‘‘Who Am I?’’ puzzles set more than 100 years ago. Mike Houlahan reports.
Predictions of a bumper honey-production season remain on track — so long as the weather co-operates.
Dunedin-based charity Animal Rescue Network is still trying to rehome cats which would otherwise have been left to fend for themselves after the death of the woman who cared for them.
Cannons which were once at the back door of the Port Chalmers Maritime Museum have been promoted to the front foyer after being restored.
Club and school rugby players across Otago are to trial programmes aimed at reducing concussion injuries next season, as New Zealand Rugby tests new techniques to tackle head injuries.
As the name implies, the main attraction at Long Beach is ... a beach. But there is more to the seaside hamlet than that, Mike Houlahan finds.
The mother of a Dunedin woman with chronic mental health issues is furious after the Southern District Health Board discharged her daughter to a city motel.