Taieri Gorge workers marched through Dunedin streets to deliver the mayor a letter this morning.
Love is in the air at the Orokonui Ecosanctuary, with arrival of two new takahe which are expected to bring the patter of tiny feet.
Local groups are pleased to see water quality being taken seriously, following the announcement of new freshwater reforms.
A significant amount of duck carcasses have been found in recycling bins across the South, forcing all rubbish to be dumped in landfill.
This fur seal pup was spotted among the rocks at St Clair Beach, in Dunedin, yesterday morning but had disappeared by dusk.
Queenstown business owners say the outcome of a ferry trial on Lake Wakatipu will determine their firms’ futures, and are pushing for it to go ahead — sooner rather than later.
Dunedinites could soon pay a $2 flat fare for bus trips, similar to the system introduced in Queenstown two years ago.
Council spending will be a strong part of Otago’s economic recovery, but ratepayers should not carry the burden, the Otago Chamber of Commerce says.
The aviation industry is facing a grim time, but its people are helping to keep spirits alive, says a long-time Dunedin flying instructor considering landing for good.
The Otago Regional Council was told its proposed funding for pest control is "insufficient" during the annual plan hearings yesterday.
The Otago Regional Council’s partnership with local iwi is a "work in progress", Otakou kaumatua Edward Ellison says.
Students should ride bus services free, the Otago Regional Council was told during annual plan hearings yesterday.
Public transport was an issue raised by many presenters during the Otago Regional Council annual plan hearing yesterday.