WATCH: Science enthusiast and educator Amadeo Enriquez-Ballestero will turn the Teachers College Auditorium into an explosive science laboratory for the New Zealand Science Festival's Big Science Show.
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WATCH: NZ First list MP Mark Patterson is putting his hand up for the Taieri seat with the boundary changes meaning his farm is now within the electorate.
The South Today bulletin: Friday, July 03
A reduction in recycling markets and a bid to improve the quality of recycling has prompted the Dunedin City Council to change what it will collect in its yellow-lidded kerbside wheelie bins.
The South Today bulletin: Thursday, July 02
Queenstown's newest hotel may be opening to a domestic market only, but its owners are confident about the future.
The National Party deputy leader and education spokeswoman Nikki Kaye tries out virtual reality training equipment with guidance from Southern Institute of Technology’s (SIT) bachelor of nursing...
The South Today bulletin: Wednesday, July 1
On the final day of the WasteNet contract, Invercargill City Council (ICC) and Southland DisAbility Enterprises (SdE) have agreed to enter an 18-month contract.
The South Today bulletin: Tuesday, June 30
The South Today bulletin: Monday, June 29
Caversham got its season under way with a gritty affair against Dunedin Technical.
Imagine a billion set of eyes on Dunedin.
The South Today bulletin: Friday, June 26
Veggie Boys has moved its South Dunedin store down the road.
It was book-lover heaven in Dunedin yesterday.
The South Today bulletin: Thursday, June 25
Doors will "swing open" this morning at the Rialto Cinema in Moray Pl as it begins screening movies again after lockdown.
A stilt walker put the frighteners on a group of St Hilda’s Collegiate pupils during a lunchtime performance yesterday.
The South Today bulletin: Wednesday, June 24