At the SPCA dog walk fundraiser, Wanaka lakefront, Saturday, November 8.
Otago people pause to commemorate the end of World War 1 in 1919.
Mosgiel residents have a chance to learn how to eat healthily and lose weight, at a seminar later this month.
The Brighton Surf Lifesaving Club is out in the front in the race to win a new $25,000 inflatable rescue boat (IRB), with just days to go in the competition.
High pollution days in Mosgiel last winter were at a similar level to previous years, but were still six days more than the national standard's aim.
Taieri College principal David Hunter sees his recent election to the New Zealand Secondary Schools Sports Council (NZSSSC) as an opportunity to give back to the next generation of emerging sporting greats.
Top sporting achievers were recognised at Bayfield High School's sports and cultural prizegiving.
Dunedin School of Art sculpture student Lily-Jean Redgrave is ready and waiting to show off her end-of-year project at an exhibition of second-year students' sculpture at the Underground Market in George St, Dunedin.
The nervous energy of senior secondary school pupils in the build-up to NCEA exams evaporated yesterday morning with the first major exam of the 2014 season - level 1 science.
University of Otago Mozart Fellow Jeremy Mayall's latest composition, Flutter, was inspired by a close encounter with the ''magic'' of brightly coloured butterflies at the Otago Museum's Tropical Forest.
About 300 people turned up for the 2014 Armistice Day Service of Remembrance at the Dunedin Cenotaph today.
Police are searching for Dunedin businessman Kevin Zhang (54), who has been reported missing.
Air New Zealand will cut services from several centres as part of a revamp of its regional network as it closes down its subsidiary Eagle Air.
Parliament was hit with an Ebola scare late this afternoon just hours after a similar incident at the Herald's head office in Auckland.
A Westland woman and her young daughter are lucky to be alive after being caught in a flash flood that swept their vehicle off the road at the Totara River, near Ross, early this morning.
Dunedin was hit by wild weather this afternoon with thunder, lightning and hail sweeping acrooss the city.
Fireworks were fired through the window of a Cobden house early yesterday morning while the occupants slept. Senior constable Mike Tinnelly said the Ward Street house could have burned to the...
A Palmerston North Coroner has criticised a Hawera GP who sent a man who later died of swine flu home instead of referring him to a hospital.
A 71-year-old whitebaiter was flown from the Whataroa River mouth to Grey Base Hospital by the NZCC Rescue Helicopter this morning after he fell from the roof of a whitebaiting hut last night while trying to secure a TV aerial.
A man accused of sex offences on the West Coast, and who fled New Zealand in January 2013 after a catalogue of mistakes around his bail arrangements, should not have been granted bail in the first place, the Sensible Sentencing Trust says.