The South Today bulletin: Friday, July 30
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Skiers and snowboarders finally got their chance to experience new terrain yesterday when Willows Basin had its "soft opening".
The flat at 660 Castle St has been bought by the band that made it famous.
The South Today bulletin: Thursday, July 29
The South Today bulletin: Wednesday, July 28
Rob Barker admits if he had to give his cafe a new name now he probably would not get away with "Crusty Corner".
The South Today bulletin: Tuesday, July 27
Dunedin swimmer Erika Fairweather has been left in no doubt that her school backs her.
The South Today bulletin: Monday, July 26
Designers with a passion for fashion gathered at the Mataura Licensing Trust Hokonui Fashion Design Awards at the weekend.
Cardrona Alpine Resort and the Snow Farm have broken winter school holiday attendance records and customers do not seem to be complaining.
It was the result all Southern Steel players and fans were wanting.
A special group of men watched as, finally, after 39 long years, the team in red jerseys finished the North Otago club season on top.
An 18-month-long project to highlight the science behind the Olympic Games is finally coming to fruition.
The South Today bulletin: Friday, July 23
Contact Energy and Meridian Energy are testing the waters with a plan to make New Zealand the world’s first large-scale producer of green hydrogen.
The South Today Thursday 22 July
Emotion got the better of Western Southland farmer Martha Broughton after catching a glimpse of her working dog Bryn in her rear-view mirror yesterday.
The South Today bulletin: Wednesday, July 21
Being a parent can be difficult at times, so some grandparents are hoping to help by passing on their skills to the families of Dunedin.