By Jamie Mackenzie - Year 13, St Hilda's Collegiate School
The beautification of Mosgiel will continue, with a mural to be painted on a brick wall on the south side of the Mosgiel RSA car park.
Bannockburn Wine Map Launch, Bannockburn Hotel, Thursday, July 21, 2016. PHOTOS BY: Jono Edwards.
Winter Ball, Larnach Castle, Dunedin, Friday, July 22, 2016. PHOTOS BY: Gregor Richardson.
By Olivia Finnie - Year 13, St Hilda's Collegiate School
The Dunedin City Council's decision to develop a rates remission policy to take into account the special relationship Maori have with the land is interesting, writes Gerrard Eckhoff.
By Laura Simpson - Year 12, St Hilda's Collegiate School
Amateur wrestling remains a lively force on the Taieri if the buzz from the crowd at the South Island Wrestling Championships in Mosgiel last weekend was anything to go by.
Students from the Otago Polytechnic arboriculture programmes spent yesterday hanging from the elm trees in Logan Park, in Dunedin, practising their aerial rescue techniques.
National's Minister for Women and Associate Minister for Local Government says it is time for the gender balance of New Zealand's councils to reflect the wider society.
Dunedin man Carlos Biggemann is lost for words when it comes to describing how he feels after winning the international section of the United Kingdom Down Syndrome photography competition.
Another Dunedin day, another stolen and torched car.
An attacker at the wheel of a heavy truck ploughed into crowds celebrating Bastille Day in the French city of Nice on Thursday night, killing at least 84 people and injuring scores more in what...
The woman who alleges a top cricketer raped her after a night out broke down in tears as she described the "horrific" process of being a complainant.
Tongan Prime Minister Akilisi Pohiva arrives in Auckland tomorrow for his first official visit as Prime Minister.
New Zealand Police have spent more than $11 million in five years on their damaged fleet.
Pat Brittenden and David Loughrey look into the new rules that are being proposed by the Reserve Bank with a warning of how it may cause more Dunedin property to be purchased by investors outside the region.
Detectives are investigating a string of car fires at the weekend, the latest in a growing list of burnt-out cars discovered recently.
A Jetstar flight had to be evacuated and up to three may have been delayed after a man running late triggered an alarm at Auckland Airport's domestic terminal today.
A nurse who was sacked from Auckland's North Shore Hospital has been accused of inappropriately obtaining Oxynorm painkiller capsules.