Alexandra pooch Petal is hanging up her reading glasses and retiring.
Ice champions from across the country gathered in St Kilda for the Dunedin Ice Skating Club championships last weekend.
A new virtual data hub aimed at driving data collaboration across industries has been launched by the University of Otago’s business school.
Tourism Waitaki’s new winter marketing campaign is not hitting the spot for a lot of locals, but general manager Margaret Munro says the organisation is proud of its promotion of the district.
Few medical centres have a festive atmosphere, but Te Kaika, in Dunedin, does its business a bit differently to everyone else.
The lanterns are ready and people are primed for the Dunedin Midwinter Carnival, which will light up the Octagon on Saturday night.
Significant and lasting trauma was inflicted on Mycoplasma bovis-affected farmers due to the Government’s poorly managed response to the disease outbreak, a University of Otago study has found.
In the wake of a University of Otago study on the impact of the Mycoplasma bovis outbreak on Southern families - with a dominant theme of the "intrusive, impractical and inhumane" nature of MPI's eradication programme - Sally Rae tells the story of a North Otago family caught up in it.
Alhambra-Union ignited a spark in an attempt to qualify for the top six playoffs next month with a 20-12 victory against early-season favourite Harbour at Watson Park.
Frustrated Wanaka businesses and workers are calling for a final answer to the town’s decades-old annual winter accommodation crisis.
Among the frills and draping fabrics at this year’s iD International Emerging Designer Awards were family stories to be told.
An array of broken bones and being flown to Dunedin Hospital. Those are the memories Tim Fellows was left with the last time he competed at the Oamaru Harbour Power Boat Marathon nearly three years ago.
Midwinter madness struck once again in the deep South yesterday afternoon, as about 20 doughty souls took to the ocean on a distinctly chilly Catlins day.
A spa pool, cakes and sausages were in hot demand on the lakefront yesterday as Wanaka waterskiers, wakeboarders and swimmers celebrated the winter solstice.