"Big inroads" have been made towards containing a pest plant plaguing estuaries around Otago.
An op-shop which has been a part of South Dunedin’s community for 10 years will close its doors for good.
A public meeting has been called to save a 1920s Maori Hill bus shelter from destruction.
Star-gazing, planet bingo and poi spinning.
"A big fun day" is what Southern Zone Rugby League is promising to deliver these school holidays.
The Otago Regional Council has applied for $31million of the Government’s green jobs funding.
A new interactive machine at Dunedin Airport shows passengers how their flights manage to stay thousands of feet in the air.
Kmart may - or may not - reopen in Dunedin this weekend.
The delivery by Dunedin Railways workers of an open letter to the home of the board’s chairman has been slated as "disappointing and inappropriate".
Most people’s idea of a New Zealand road trip involves seeking out scenic mountains and lakes.
With their life-saving sniff, dogs are using their skills to fill a vital conservation role.
Newly formed reference groups will assist the Otago Regional Council with the review and development of its regional policy statement (RPS).
Orbus drivers look set to receive a living wage under the Otago Regional Council’s newest annual plan.
It was book-lover heaven in Dunedin yesterday.
A yacht trip around the South Island took an unexpected turn for its four crew members this week.
A Taieri farm, owned by the same family for 150 years, has been given a New Zealand Century farm award.
One person has been taken to hospital with minor injuries after two cars crashed in Mosgiel.
A fire chief says smoke alarms probably saved the lives of the occupants of a house in Caversham after a blaze overnight.
Between protesters, passionate discussions and a fire alarm, it was all on at the Otago Regional Council’s full council meeting yesterday.
Between protesters, passionate discussions, and fire alarms it was all happening in the Otago Regional Council’s meeting this morning.