Penelope Baldwin jokes she should have copyrighted the use of the word kind, before the Prime Minister made it her catchword.
He's starred in a television show, released an album, hung out with celebrities, and has now racked up more than one million subscribers on YouTube.
The main ski fields in the North and South Islands are in for a good dumping of snow over the first three days of the school holidays.
Outgoing MP Clare Curran says an image of a National MP posed with a toilet emblazoned with her face on it left her feeling "traumatised" and suffering from "humiliation".
A man left fighting for his life in the wake of the "heinous" Christchurch mosque shootings has called for the death penalty to be reintroduced in New Zealand.
Kmart is reviewing two sites as possibilities to be its new home in Dunedin and is considering options for a temporary site.
After six years of waiting, a Dunedin boating club is celebrating the imminent arrival of a new pontoon.
The latest liquidator’s report into the companies operated by disgraced financial adviser Barry Kloogh has good news for some investors, but bad news for most.
Allegations of leaning over and berating a staff member, swearing, "spraying saliva", and threatening staff job security if he was elected mayor have all been levelled against Cr Lee Vandervis.
Forbury Park has got off the canvas and is alive, confirming it has been reallocated race dates and has sold a parcel of land to a local consortium for more than $1million.
A television series featuring several former Dunedin people who have found success in the United Kingdom is about to be released as a motivational aid to New Zealand school and tertiary education...
Dunedin North MP David Clark says he never considered leaving politics, despite his resignation as a minister this week.
WATCH: NZ First list MP Mark Patterson is putting his hand up for the Taieri seat with the boundary changes meaning his farm is now within the electorate.
WATCH: Science enthusiast and educator Amadeo Enriquez-Ballestero will turn the Teachers College Auditorium into an explosive science laboratory for the New Zealand Science Festival's Big Science Show.
Bruce Munro has compiled Dunedin’s top 10 shortcuts: a guide to the best clever, hidden, forgotten or, in some cases, barely existent paths, steps and tracks in Dunedin.