A rebuilt Queenstown mountain bike jump park is being hailed as the best community-built facility of its kind in the world.
Right in the middle of NCEA exams, just when Tomuri Spicer was starting to get worn down by the pressure, a spark of excitement has re-energised him.
Dunedin Symphony Orchestra (DSO) flautist Feby Idrus plays her woodwind family instrument in a mini concert at Silverstream School, in Mosgiel, yesterday.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has selected an image by a Dunedin school pupil to feature on her annual Christmas card.
Despite wet weather, crowds gathered to watch the lighting of the Christmas tree in Dunedin’s Octagon on Saturday.
The Oamaru Hospital’s first community open day has been an invaluable experience, the Waitaki District Health Services chief executive says.
A Christmas-themed Coca-Cola advertisement that will be seen by millions of television viewers was filmed near Queenstown and Southland’s coast in August.
Undeterred by earlier wet weather, hundreds of school pupils walked through central Dunedin yesterday in the annual orange parade for school traffic safety team members.
Musician David Burchell resembles a mechanic at the moment, with a box of tools and a grubby rag hanging out of his back pocket.
He is not too good at walking, but he can certainly run which Bluey’s Chance showed by winning the Clare Memorial Cup at Cromwell yesterday.
Rough weather was not enough to dampen the spirits of punters at the Central Otago Racing Club’s annual meeting, held at the Cromwell course yesterday.
Dunedin's student radio is returning to its roots, broadcasting from a small and acoustically challenging storage room for the summer.