Dunedin poet, writer, reviewer and former Burns Fellow David Eggleton has been appointed as the latest New Zealand Poet Laureate.
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Dunedin chef Greg Piner has been a very busy man the last few days, supervising a menu for around 150 guests at special event on Friday night.
Artworks featured in the Otago Art Society's premier art awards are currently on display at the society's rooms at the Dunedin Railway Station.
The South Today bulletin: Friday, August 23
Boxing has become a bit of a tradition for one Dunedin family.
A piece of Dunedin's nightlife is set to go under the hammer this weekend.
Flax is being transformed into beautiful household objects by an entrepreneurial couple living in Wanaka.
The South Today bulletin: Thursday, August 22
A slide of Dunedin's nightlife will go under the hammer this weekend.
A game of snap in the Henry household must be brutal.
An Abbotsford woman is finally able to thank some of the people who helped her on the night the land fell away and she fled her home.
A group dedicated to preserving Queenstown's maritime history is steaming ahead with its latest project.
The South Today bulletin: Wednesday, August 21
Dog faeces are causing a stink at St Gerard's School in Alexandra.
A man who drove a car into Otago Harbour swam away then evaded rescuers before being found in a hypothermic state more than an hour later, police say.
Waitahuna School pupils have been busy bees.
Finally able to thank in person two of the firefighters who saved her family after the Abbotsford landslip in Dunedin is Suzanne Emslie, together with Laurence Smith (left) and Allan Bridger.
Ashburton Intermediate School hall was a hive of activity and concentration as it hosted an EPro8 Challenge semi final.
Cromwell College pupils are adding their voices to fight against the invasive lake weed lagarosiphon in Lake Dunstan.
The South Today bulletin: Tuesday, August 20