Another five levels of scaffolding are expected to be removed from the First Church spire in Dunedin this weekend, as repair work nears completion.
Families who donated items to the Southland Museum and Art Gallery may have a chance to revisit their taonga.
Happiness House manager Robyn Francis is overwhelmed to see the generosity and potential in Queenstown's community support centre.
Frustrated drivers were forced to run red lights in Dunedin recently, after some intersections only allowed two cars through, before the lights changed.
Some of Dipton's youngest primary industries experts are preparing for battle tomorrow. The school is sending three teams to the New Zealand Young Farmers Agrikids competition being held on Saturday.
Christians from rural communities around the world gathered at Lincoln University last week.
The Food Science Department at the University Of Otago are developing a new type of food packaging that need not be thrown away.
A conference on agricultural irrigation was held in Alexandra this week.
A Southland wrestler will be taking on a world champion in Invercargill this weekend.
15-year-old Mt Aspiring student Luca Georgalli isn’t your typical teen.
Young actors got a chance to show off their Shakespearian skills at the Aoraki heats in Geraldine recently.
An Invercargill dairy was held up by armed robbers just before closing time last night.
An Invercargill dairy was robbed just before closing time last night when two men armed with hammers burst into the store.
In a bid to return salmon to their sacred river members of a First Nation tribe visited the Hakataramea hatchery where the Chinook salmon were first introduced to New Zealand rivers.
A well deserved break awaits Holly Robinson, but bigger things could be on the way.
Southland nurses held a protest in Invercargill's Wachner Place today to campaign for better pay and to address concerns about working conditions.
A Queenstown-based helicopter pilot is slamming visiting US Air Force F-16 pilots as irresponsible and foolish.
A fire aboard a fishing boat at Prime Port Timaru is finally out after burning for a week.
Otago University Rugby Football Club consolidated its place at the top of the table against the Dunedin team at Kettle Park on Sunday.
Following last weekend's strong winds, two large trees in the Dunedin Botanic Garden will have to be felled for safety reasons.