Photographer Bruce Southwick is used to seeing his photos in magazines, brochures and online.
More than 9000 people have marked Anzac Day at the Dunedin Cenotaph.
A new Anzac-themed mural in Mosgiel has massive support from the district.
Chief Petty Officer Peter Gee, of the Royal New Zealand Navy, holds some of the rosemary posies volunteers made for Anzac Day yesterday.
Police are warning people to take precautions after a boat and its users - who did not have life jackets or communication devices with them - were found at Taieri Mouth.
A trailer and cheese rolls were among the items stolen throughout Otago at the weekend.
Inspecting a bottle salvaged from Otago Harbour at a Wild Dunedin underwater adventure at Quarantine Island yesterday are (from left) Piere Kawharu-Tapsell (13), Merata Kawharu, Dive Otago short course co-ordinator Emma Young and Freda Kawharu-Tapsel (10).
Dunedin South MP Clare Curran says she is almost at the stage of encouraging people to squat in vacant state houses in Dunedin as the waiting list climbs above 100.
Traces from 1868 came to light in the basement of the Athenaeum building in the Octagon yesterday, as the owner tried to find the cause of subsidence in the building he is redeveloping.
The University of Otago has slammed the claims of an Australian animal rights activist who took part in a protest against the institution's construction of a new $50million animal-testing facility.
The wife and sister of an Australian policeman in Dunedin Hospital with a serious head injury after falling from a wall on Sunday arrived in the city yesterday to be by his side.
Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse says he is happy to retain his existing portfolios, despite being widely picked to become health minister in the Cabinet reshuffle announced yesterday.
Each year as New Zealanders gather in the shadow of cenotaphs around the country on Anzac Day, the number of those among them who faced the horrors of World War 2 dwindle.
Prime Minister Bill English stayed true to his conservative roots by keeping his Cabinet reshuffle yesterday to the minimum needed to replace two retiring ministers.
Thousands of support workers for intellectually disabled adults will go on a strike this week.
The Department of Conservation is devastated after a protected native falcon was shot dead.
A University of Otago study traces how fish and chips could be a missing piece to the puzzle of human DNA.
Gaps in vaccination coverage against measles have lead to several outbreaks of the highly-contagious disease in Europe.
Bill English's reshuffle marks another rise in the ranks for National's quiet star Amy Adams.
A man found dead at an Auckland home during the weekend was a convicted kidnapper and drug dealer.