Dunedin's Midwinter Carnival is set to make a "gigantic" comeback.
What at times was confronting and heart-wrenching work has resulted in a thought-provoking art piece exploring the disconnect between manufacturing and consumerism.
A creative show about the creative process is set to have Dunedin audiences cackling.
Rehearsing in a tree at the Otago Museum Reserve ahead of her first performance of The Arboreal Aerialist for the Dunedin Arts Festival 2021 tonight is aerial dancer Chloe Loftus.
The "astounding" standard of entrants for the 17th iD International Emerging Designer Awards has made it tough for judges.
Dunedin Police are concerned the message about drink-driving is not getting through.
A story of magical and not so magical moments.
Natyaloka is the only Indian dance school in Otago that teaches Bharatanatyam, a major form of Indian classical dance.
Ospri closed its Dunedin office yesterday out of concern for the safety of its staff after learning a protest was planned outside its building.
Several motorists have had their licences suspended after a string of drink-driving incidents in Dunedin in the last couple of days.
A significant report on the trends of water quality in Otago’s rivers and lakes in the past two decades has proved difficult to understand, some regional councillors say.
A person waited more than an hour for an ambulance after falling off their bike in Mosgiel yesterday.
Dunedin residents are upset after a little penguin was found dead and surrounded by tyre tracks at Tomahawk Beach.
Frustrated bus drivers have attended a regional council meeting, demanding to know the whereabouts of their promised wage increase.
A Dunedin Arts Festival show is set to celebrate the man who turned "wallpaper music" into a true and significant art form. DSO arts administrator Feby Idrus tells reporter Molly Houseman what the audience can expect from Beethoven’s Big Bash.
A Dunedin landowner has blocked Ospri staff from carrying out possum control on his land, claiming the company is harassing him and being "a nuisance".
More than a year after it was created in the South, the theatre show Owls Do Cry is on tour again, this time including a performance in the city.
From sack racing to matching outfits with their dogs, families had a blast in Waitati this weekend.
A national rail union is urging Dunedin city councillors to choose the "boldest’’ option when making their decision on the future of Dunedin Railways.
A Mosgiel rendering plant owner is to host a public meeting before the company is sentenced on two charges related to odour issues.