The All Blacks have yet to decide how they will honour Sir Colin Meads but his death has been felt by all members of the side.
You do not have to tell the All Blacks they switched off after 40-odd minutes on Saturday night.
Equipment lies strewn across the footpath in Stuart St yesterday after a tradesman’s van rolled near the intersection with Cargill St following a collision with a car.
A short-film festival at the Oamaru Opera House next month will celebrate the Waitaki's ``taonga and special stories'' and raise funds for the district's Cultural Facility Development Project.
Equipment was strewn all over the footpath when a tradesman's van rolled in central Dunedin this afternoon.
Otago Boys’ High School First XV coach Ryan Martin may have started the mind games already.
Otago Boys’ High School First XV muscled its way into the Highlanders region final with a 44-12 win against its rival from King’s High School on Saturday afternoon.
The much anticipated rebuild announcement at Dunedin Hospital on the weekend didn't go entirely to plan.
Internationally respected physiotherapist Dr Stanley Paris has urged health professionals to place "the interests of your client and patient first", in business and professional life.
The senior doctors’ union is opposed to the idea of private financing being used to build Dunedin’s new hospital, and says patients will suffer if it goes ahead.
The crowd was a little less than usual but the Cadbury Jaffa Race raised $73,000 for local charities on Saturday.
Curing sloppy thinking and confronting fascism are among poetry’s much-needed powers, Sue Wootton tells Bruce Munro ahead of National Poetry Day.
All the facts from Prime Minister Bill English's Dunedin Hospital rebuild announcement today.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull has welcomed the Government's announcement it will spend up to $1.4 billion on a new Dunedin Hospital.
Otago Boys' High School First XV leaned on a solid set piece to out muscle King's High School First XV 44-12 in the Highlanders regional semifinal at Littlebourne this afternoon.
Protesters marching on Dunedin Hospital have forced Prime Minister Bill English and his entourage out a side door this afternoon.
Prime Minister Bill English and Health Minister Jonathan Coleman are coming to Dunedin today to make a big election promise about the Dunedin Hospital rebuild.
Dust off the defibrillator because the annual bacon day celebration in Dunedin is enough to make your heart stop.
You can forgive a 3-year-old for getting a little overexcited experiencing snow for the first time.
Omakau residents have reached the end of their tether with the town’s water supply as they near a month of having to boil their drinking water.