Delta has hailed the sale of a controversial Christchurch subdivision to a Wanaka-based developer as a breakthrough in its efforts to recover $13.4 million in bad debt.
Southern mayors have been accused of electioneering after hitting out at National’s local government reforms.
Caroline and Chloe (8 months) Spooner, of Dunedin, show their support for the Cancer Society’s annual Daffodil Day street appeal in George St yesterday.
A booze bus is not a nice place to be on a Friday night. Shawn McAvinue spends the night on the bus with "all walks of life" and some muppets.
Dunedin Hospital’s newest staff member might just be its cutest.
An art installation of a elephant playing possum opens at Dunedin Public Art Gallery today.
Despite major achievements arising from the past use of vaccines, including the eradication of smallpox, there is no room for complacency over the continuing need to vaccinate.
Grant’s Braes School pupil Nonika Iida (9) shows off her lantern during the school’s "Festival of Light" lantern show at the Kensington Army Hall, in Dunedin, on Thursday night.
The blame for "disappointing" attendance figures for the New Zealand International Film Festival screenings in Dunedin this month has been put on bad weather and the Olympics.
Gripes over Dunedin Hospital, Southern DHB commissioner Kathy Grant said yesterday at a ceremony marking its 150th anniversary on the current site.
Dunedin resident Ben Henry was yesterday delighted and "overwhelmed" after being named Competenz Butcher Apprentice of the Year.
Dunedin's literary credentials have taken a step up, with the simple task of paying for parking in the city now a poetic event.
With the exception of the incumbent, Dave Cull, Dunedin mayoral candidates view the Dunedin Hospital rebuild and the health service as an election issue.
An army bomb disposal team was deployed to an area in Birmingham, central England, after police arrested five men on suspicion of preparing acts of terrorism.
Delta has hailed the sale of a controversial Christchurch subdivision as a breakthrough in its efforts to recover $13.4 million in bad debt.
Christchurch police have concerns for the safety of 80-year-old Vernon Robertson, who has been reported missing.
Long story short.......... Has anyone ever seen advertised fruit and vegetable week? As opposed to wine and beer week? Bring on the broccoli!Sad situation in reality as healthy living is now...
The NZ Land Wars are a significant part of our heritage yet as a nation we do not commemorate them. The Government is hinting that there may be a day set aside to remember the wars yet they are not...
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal in the long-running battle by psychiatric patients to overturn the smoking ban at state-owned health facilities.
A Lower Hutt man who burnt his partner's flat where it was left "uninhabitable" has been sentenced to two years and six months in prison.