Mount Hutt College won the Otago Daily Times Extra! Central South Island years 9 and 10 quiz in Timaru last night, to maintain the college’s winning streak.
There are no lyrics to explain how concerned members of the Dunedin Musicians’ Club are after discovering the 42-year-old institution could be closed for lack of a fire escape.
A crowd of more than 100 people gathered near the Dunedin Peace Pole to celebrate the United Nations International Day of Peace yesterday.
Belgium will never forget those who fought and died on its soil in World War 1 if Freddy Declerck has anything to do with it.
More than 60 people attended the Archibald Baxter memorial peace lecture in Dunedin last night.
A restaurant run by schoolchildren popped up in Port Chalmers last night offering free four-course meals for all parents.
The opening night of the largest art show to come to Dunedin sold out last night.
Southern District Health Board commissioner Kathy Grant says she is running a "billion-dollar business" and won’t step down over the prostate cancer crisis.
You've got to be kidding.
A syndicate established in Dunedin five years ago has claimed Saturday’s $30million Lotto prize.
Delta chairman Grady Cameron is ending his stint looking after Dunedin’s run-down electricity infrastructure with an almost $1million payout.
The National Party seems likely to be in the box seat to form the next government after tomorrow’s election but it has fewer options than Labour and could still fail to cobble together a...
A computer hotshot hit "rock bottom" after a dangerous drugged-driving incident, a court has heard.
When Joshua Murray Annear, high on methamphetamine, was pulled over by police after a spell of wild driving, he said he was glad he had been caught.
A beneficiary from Mosgiel managed to persuade a woman he was a high-flying software developer working for Microsoft.
A sign planted at a Dunedin beach claiming to prove the earth is flat has made the news around the world.
Street lights are back on in Dunedin after a widespread outage was reported on Thursday night.
A record 806,043 New Zealanders have already voted, two days ahead of Saturday's general election.
A syndicate with its roots in Dunedin has come forward to claim Saturday's $30 million Lotto bonanza.
Labour and National have slipped back in the last poll before Saturday's election, giving NZ First leader Winston Peters the kingmaker position.