Will Hancox, of Owaka, Riley McRae, of Wanaka, and Brodie Ferguson, of Milton, (all 13) have covered their dormitory walls with 51 Highlanders flags, which they collected at the last home game.
There were many "jaws on the floor" as University of Otago students moved into the new music and performing arts centre in Dunedin.
The Surf to Stadium Fun Run and Walk event went ahead in Dunedin yesterday, and about 1500 people took part.
New Zealand Fire and Emergency crews burnt down a house in Blanket Bay Rd, Sawyers Bay, yesterday, as part of a fire practice.
The Surf to Stadium event in Dunedin went ahead today with about 1500 people taking part including many children.
A St Clair resident is upset about the state of the Esplanade.
Having a baby halfway through a degree may sound like a headache, but for Jema Shaw it gave her purpose.
A vehicle has rolled on Clyde Lookout Rd off SH8 in Clyde.
The former High Tide restaurant beside Otago Harbour in Dunedin will become a classroom by the sea, as Otago Girls’ High School moves its rowing boats in.
Flag Swamp School, with a roll of four pupils, is to shut at the end of the first school term this year.
A large piece of pounamu, or greenstone, was stolen from the top of an Oamaru stone carving at Wakari Hospital over the weekend.
Footpaths have been closed and scaffolding has gone up around the old Cadbury warehouse site in Dunedin yesterday, in anticipation of the building’s demolition.
A recognisable Dunedin home has disappeared and Maori Hill residents have been left wondering why.
Bob Donaldson, of Dunedin, cleans his 1936 Austin 10 Sherborne before leaving from the Dunedin Ice Stadium car park in St Kilda for the Best of British Charity Motoring Day yesterday.
Six60 returned home for the last concert of the band’s national tour, at Dunedin’s Forsyth Barr Stadium on the weekend.
Highlanders players Sione Misiloi (left) and Tevita Nabura join Highland dancer Harper Higginson (6), of Allanton, at the Highland Fair at Outram School yesterday.
One person has died and two people have been injured, one seriously, in a crash near the Central Otago township of Becks this afternoon.
The original store, located on Bond St, is clearing out in preparation for the move into its new ‘‘super-store’’.
He is leading a group of about 20 tractors on a 2000km journey from Bluff to Cape Reinga, to raise awareness and funds for mental health.
A portion of the track will be closed to the public and an alternative route will be used.