Taieri wrestlers are gearing up to compete in the "big dance''.
Police are moving to the next phase of the investigation into the death of Dunedin student Sophia Crestani, after wrapping up dozens of witness interviews.
Pressure from proposed government regulations could create the need for up to 50 extra Otago Regional Council staff and put further pressure on the organisation's accommodation.
"The city is in safe hands," says Dunedin's new deputy mayor, Christine Garey, as she prepares to take up the mantle of leadership.
Performing at a rehearsal are members of a Dunedin waiata group, including (front from left) Tinaka Kohey, Marna Nel, Tanya Mayson.
HMNZS Otago sails between Goat and Quarantine Islands on its way up Otago Harbour yesterday morning.
A man who smashed a sculpture in the police station then went on "a little rampage", attacking a bus and spitting at police, has been jailed for four months.
Damon Lee Chisnall bore such a grudge against his former flatmates, he slashed the tyres of their car - but that was not enough.
A Dunedin waiata group boasts 80 members, has attracted people from a wide range of government departments and makes some beautiful sounds.
Dunedin's neurosurgery service staffing levels, which an independent report has called "inherently unsafe", are unlikely to improve this year, the Southern District Health Board says.
Traditional Maori tool maker Anaru Rondon yesterday demonstrated the art of customary tool-making and explained everything you might want to know about adze-making but were afraid to ask.
Three fire trucks responded to a kitchen fire in North East Valley tonight, after a pot on a stove top caught alight.
Central Otago has joined the billon-dollar space economy after a state-of-the art space radar was unveiled this week.
On Saturday, South Dunedin's main drag is to be filled with the sound of music with the city's annual busking festival.
A southern knife maker is becoming world famous for the knives he's creating in a humble Omakau shed.