A local school took a break from treat food this weekend to raise money for the poor in Timor Leste.
Work is progressing faster than expected on the construction of the new Taramakau Bridge south of Greymouth.
Southland Heritage Month is showing how far things have progressed for New Zealand women since 1893. This year marks 125 years since women gained the right to vote and Heritage South has opened a pop-up suffrage museum to celebrate the milestone.
A 110-strong fleet of vintage cars converged on Greymouth this weekend. Many American- and English-made vehicles were on display for an eager public, when they weren't cruising around the West Coast.
The town of Hawarden in North Canterbury held its 112th annual A&P show on Saturday. Sheep judging proved to be one of the major events of the day.
A public forum held today at the Dunedin City Council saw the contentious issue of Airbnb accommodation on the agenda.
Weather Forecast Tuesday 20 March 2018
A Dunedin motorist has captured footage of bad driving on city's streets.
A new virtual reality experience is allowing the viewer to experience a 360 degree view of living conditions for animals on factory farms. FARM360 is touring nationwide and captured the attention of passers-by in Dunedin yesterday.
The Winton Bakery in Southland has begun giving away its unsold baked goods that would normally go in the pig bin.
The group of electric cars driving the length of New Zealand called in at Dunedin this morning.
An 80-year-old Winton building has been given a makeover.
New Zealand workers are getting themselves a bad name with some Queenstown businesses.
Dunedin's St Leonards School is holding its eighth annual fundraising exhibition.
Waimate's iconic grain silos are about to become more outstanding with the addition of four giant murals.
Weather Forecast Saturday 17 March 2018
Dunedin people are being invited to take a closer look at the environment of North East Valley this weekend.
An eerie hush descended on the grounds of Dunedin North Intermediate yesterday as hundreds of pupils filed in silence from their classrooms in a protest against gun violence.
The Invercargill City Council has adopted its long term plan and is about to begin asking the city's residents for their views on it.
A new style of smoke detector is helping reduce the high number of false fire alarms in Queenstown.