It was a stroke of luck that East Otago man Paul Robinson made it home before the travel suspension for India comes into force this weekend.
New Zealand pianist Stephen De Pledge performs during the St Paul’s at One concert at Dunedin’s St Paul’s Cathedral yesterday afternoon.
Up to 500 people are attending a symposium in Dunedin this week to celebrate the work done by Whanau Ora to support Maori whanau and communities.
Twirling LED poi during rehearsals for the show Wairua, before its premiere in the Dunedin Arts Festival last night, is New Zealand dancer and choreographer Taiaroa Royal.
NZ opera singer Anna Leese is curator for the 2021 Dunedin Arts Festival show St Paul’s at One. She talks about her busy life as a mother, wife, artist, music teacher and part-time student.
Easter isn’t all about the chocolate.
It's almost showtime for the Dunedin Arts Festival 2021.
Dunedin artist Kate Fitzharris works on a ceramic sculpture The Commons, which explores the collision between public and private spaces, in the Dunedin Botanic Garden at the weekend.
The police will today begin an investigation into the circumstances of yesterday's boating tragedy in Taieri Mouth, in which one child died, and another remains in intensive care.
One person was taken to hospital in a critical condition following a crash near Clinton early this morning.
Emergency services do not know for how long a vehicle was down a bank before it was discovered in Dunedin this morning.
A drizzly morning did not deter Mosgiel’s church communities from joining together for a Walk of the Cross yesterday.
A person was taken to hospital after a car rolled in Roslyn this afternoon, while soon after there was a crash on Dunedin's Southern Motorway.
Undeterred by drizzly weather, church communities across Mosgiel joined together to take part in a long-standing Good Friday tradition of carrying the cross.
Bus drivers are calling on the Otago Regional Council to "put their money where their mouth is" as they wait for a wage increase they were promised last year.
Being oceans apart during a global pandemic did not stop a New Zealand dancer from performing a duet with adancer in London for this year’s Dunedin Fringe Festival.
A tournament of the Nations has called time on Race Relations Week.
A $3 charge to SuperGold card holders who forget to tag off the bus is not intended as a penalty, Otago Regional Council transport manager Garry Maloney says.
Emergency services have freed a woman after her foot got trapped between rocks near Whare Flat.
An abandoned musical instrument was the key to a creative art exhibition in this year’s Dunedin Fringe Festival.