Much is made of the antics and revelry of O Week, but what is it really like? Master's student and first-time University of Otago attendee Lawrence Hamilton provides an insider's look into the annual celebration.
Applications have come from far and wide for the Otago coaching job and former Otago and Highlanders captain Craig Newby is the latest to be linked with the role.
A big crowd enjoyed blue skies at the Remarkables Ski Area on its last day of the season on Sunday.
Packed houses at the New Zealand Mountain Film Festival in Queenstown have helped make this year's edition a record-breaker.
Celebrating the centenary of the St Clair Women's Group at Frances Hodgkins Retirement Village in Dunedin yesterday are (from left) sales adviser Kate Morgan, president Lee McLauchlan, Flower Shop owner Jude Trim and life members Winsome James, Clarice Pearson and Beckie Rout.
University of Otago physics student Edward Linscott has been awarded a scholarship to pursue PhD studies at Cambridge University, in England.
Deep in a dense forest during winter a concrete jail is full of adolescents.
The Collector (2013) is one of 15 oil-on-canvas originals by Waiheke Island artist Ilya Volykhine in his new exhibition ''Far From Home'', showing at the ArtBay Gallery from July 11 to 25.
Rising Otago tennis player Libby Scott has returned from her first year at a United States college full of the sort of confidence that comes only from hard work.
Eleanor Ainge Roy reflects on life in and around a block of Dunedin terrace homes.
Newly boarded-up windows and windows with brick-sized holes in them are giving one of Wanaka's prime pieces of real estate - the former Wanaka Primary School - an increas-ingly bedraggled look.
State Highway 6 between Lake Hawea and Haast was closed again last night because of concerns about further debris exposed in the slip that came down three weeks ago.
Gwendelbum is the illegitimate daughter of Lord Oedipus and Lady Probably-His-Sister (or similar) in the latest sex, violence and incest-fuelled X-rated fantasy romp set to stun faint-hearted Dunedin television viewers.
Michelin-star New Zealand chef Josh Emett will open Rata, his first Queenstown restaurant next month.