Frustrations with aspects of dairy farming under Otago's new 6A regional water plan and with a computerised modelling system used to monitor dairy effluent were highlighted at a Dunedin hearing yesterday.
The Otago Regional Council had "clearly offended and disadvantaged'' the Ngai Tahu tribal council by not directly notifying it of an effluent consent application involving land near the Kakanui River.
Being among 6000 people in New York City, discussing issues affecting women, is an opportunity to learn for one Dunedin woman.
Two cruise ships, bringing more than 5000 passengers and crew to Dunedin, dominated the view from Port Chalmers' Lady Thorn Rhododendron Dell yesterday.
Luke Salisbury (11) was one of dozens of children who showed up to a flag-making workshop at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery at the weekend.
Scrap metal transformed to smoking locomotives were some of the hundreds of models on display in Dunedin yesterday.
Historic Otago flags flew on Dunedin civic buildings during the long weekend to celebrate Waitangi Day.
John Key and Andrew Little traded verbal blows in Parliament today over the Trans Pacific Partnership.
The Government is sticking to its spending plans, including possible tax cuts, despite a slowdown in economic growth, Prime Minister John Key said in his formal statement to Parliament this afternoon.
The Dunedin City Council is hosting a series of free events in the Octagon in the next couple of months.
WWE is returning to New Zealand for the first time in five years with a live show in Auckland.
The dog that attacked a woman in Waiuku on Saturday has been impounded, and will likely be euthanased.
A magnitude 5.7 earthquake has struck 45km south of St Arnaud, in the upper South Island.
One of Otago's top policewomen has been seconded to the West Coast to lead the troubled area through restructuring of its policing services.
Sharks attacked people 98 times in 2015, a spike in unprovoked attacks that set a new record as human and shark populations rise, researchers found in an annual global tally.
Water safety experts are begging young men to stop overestimating their abilities or underestimating conditions after a deadly day on New Zealand's waters.
The shock of losing one of their mates is still sinking in for some pupils of Raglan Area School who turned up to school in tears this morning.
Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee will leave for Europe today for a meeting of countries involved in the US-led coalition against Islamic State.
New Zealand is considering increasing aid to Tonga to help contain the spread of the Zika virus.
A grandmother attacked by a dog in South Auckland yesterday remains in a surgical ward in a stable condition today, a Middlemore Hospital spokeswoman says.