Despite training for completely different occupations — as massage therapist, builder and nurse — tertiary studies have been a family affair for three Wingatui sisters.
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After a week with a flooded Lake Wanaka lapping on its doorstep, the Lake Bar was finally re-opened business on Thursday afternoon.
Balclutha's embattled Telford Polytechnic began the year under the treat of closure, but has risen like a phoenix from the ashes.
It's been more than 20 years of disappointment for the people of Oamaru, who want to make a splash at their local pool.
One of Dunedin's oldest residents celebrated her 105th birthday this week.
The South Today bulletin: Friday, December 13
Protest group Environmental Justice Otepoti held a spirited rally against the berthing of phosphate carrying vessel, Federal Crimson.
A plaque to honour ocean-going rower Fedor Konyukhov was unveiled in Dunedin earlier this week.
An American basketball trainer who works with some of sport's great players is in Dunedin hosting a clinic.
The South Today bulletin: Thursday, December 12
The international fame of Dunedin's albatross colony is set to soar, with a new video camera streaming live pictures 24-hours-a-day.
A plaque to honour explorer Fedor Konyukhov was unveiled in Dunedin this week.
Hundreds of seabirds swarmed while small fish washed ashore this week as a ‘‘spooky’’ scene unfolded at an Oamaru beach.
A pair of Environmental Justice Otepoti members battled to get their protest against phosphate carrier Federal Crimson under way as the vessel neared Ravensbourne wharf yesterday.
Hundreds of graduands and supporters move along George St, Dunedin, before graduating from the University of Otago yesterday.
A campaign by Dunedin city councillor Jules Radich to return groynes to Dunedin's Ocean Beach took another step forward on Tuesday.
A Dunedin musician, event coordinator and teacher was surprised to receive a citation from the Dunedin Public Library on Wednesday.
A wanaka metalworker is able to transform the delicate puff of a dandelion head, into sturdy steel.
Over the month we've been bringing you Christmas parades from around the region.
Hundreds of people, of all ages, lined the streets of Ashburton recently to take in the Mid Canterbury Santa Parade.