The renovation of Dunedin's former prison has received a funding boost towards stage two of its refurbishment project.
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Mark Wellington cherished the final years he spent with his wife after she was diagnosed with blood cancer.
After flying seriously ill children to Starship Hospital, Dunedin man Tony McCombe wanted to give something back.
The sky could be the limit for a fantasy role playing game created in the 1970s.
The South Today's taking a look back at the news highlights over the last 12 months.
More than $300,000 granted for a memorial to conscientious objectors, a huge scrub fire in Middlemarch and the yellow-eyed penguin, or hoiho, is judged the nation's best bird.
This year's yellow-eyed penguin chicks at Moeraki have been taken into care after three were killed, probably by a ferret.
School pupils from around the country are learning more about the surprising world of nanochemistry by creating bright colours in fluids.
No New Zealander does it better on skis with a rifle — remember the Bond movie?
A Wanaka paddleboarder who has reached the pinnacle of her sport several times in the last decade has decided to change tack.
Roxburgh's main street will soon have an additional splash of colour, as work begins on a new mural.
A recent hip-hop workshop in Ashburton was one of many efforts across the country's raising money for Australian bushfire relief.
A man has been charged with dangerous driving, following the death of an elderly woman in a collision on Queentown's Frankton Road on Tuesday afternoon.
Megan Fairley has been thinking how to make the best of a bad situation for a couple of years.
Solutions to rubbish problems in North Dunedin are on the table after large items of furniture were dumped on footpaths in recent weeks, the University of Otago and Dunedin City Council say.
Megan Fairley has been thinking how to make the best of a bad situation.
Lexi Hume (left, 12) and Freya Tideman (13) of Dunedin jump over a sand sculpture of an albatross feeding its chick at St Kilda yesterday.
One woman is dead and two other people have been seriously injured in a crash on Frankton Rd, Queenstown, yesterday afternoon.
For the first time, people will be able to roll, as well as run, down the Dunedin Airport runway in an annual fundraiser.
Forest and Bird has declared 2020 the year of the seabird.