Central Otago has joined the billon-dollar space economy after a state-of-the art space radar was unveiled this week.
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On Saturday, South Dunedin's main drag is to be filled with the sound of music with the city's annual busking festival.
A southern knife maker is becoming world famous for the knives he's creating in a humble Omakau shed.
Twenty years of Zonta Extraordinary Fashion were celebrated in Dunedin on Thursday night.
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A group of Taieri wrestlers are ready to take on New Zealand's best at the upcoming national championships.
People wanting to start up a food-manufacturing business normally worry about the huge amount of capital outlay in creating a commercial kitchen.
Clues to life more than a century ago have been unearthed next to the University of Otago's Dental School.
Best-selling crime author Val McDermid is visiting Dunedin for two months as part of her three-year position at the University of Otago.
A state-of-the-art radar has catapulted Central Otago into New Zealand's $1.8 billion space industry.
After years of close calls and dangerous situations, one Dunedin woman is now looking forward to crossing the street without worrying about her safety.
Blair Vining, the man who spent his last year alive campaigning for better cancer care, was celebrated and mourned yesterday in Invercargill.
A Wanaka man has been given a new sense of freedom after he was gifted an E-bike this week.
A colourful upright piano is now available for members of the public to play outside a Cromwell pharmacy - during office hours.
Nasty weather threatened, but walkers lined up to support wellbeing in Kaiapoi recently.
In just over a week, an equestrian park is set to open at Shotover Country near Queenstown.
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It weighs in at 22 tonnes and can move as much as 50 tonnes of rock per load.
The word ''tits'' in a breast cancer survivor's book advertisement has drawn a complaint from a Dunedin resident.