Dunedin's biggest book sale collected its second-largest haul in 39 years at the weekend.
The provisional results of the Queenstown Lakes District Council's local visitor levy referendum show 81.37% of respondents are in support.
Horizontal rain and the high probability of getting caked in mud very rarely inspires primary school children to go outside and play during intervals.
Dog owners at a Cromwell-based company have been unable to spend as much time with their pets as they like.
Ravenous readers and bargain seekers will be able to browse 2500 boxes of books at the annual Star Regent Theatre 24 Hour Book Sale this Friday.
For 20 years Errol White has provided food for Dunedin students which parents would approve of, including roast dinners and healthy sandwiches. But it's time to go.
The season is on the line for the Highlanders and the Bulls when they clash at Forsyth Barr Stadium on Friday night.
This week, Paul Dwyer chats with Dunedin's George Witana and Teague McElroy about a tough season so far for the club side.
A tornado has torn off roofs, destroyed decks and damaged to up to 12 houses in the Far North today.
A Mornington couple who live beside a crash-plagued intersection say they are sick of cars careering through their fence and want the Dunedin City Council to take action.