Talk about a perfect recipe.
Jeremiah Hall was halfway through designing a symbol of St Clair’s identity which will fly high above the Dunedin suburb when he nearly flagged the idea.
Santa's grotto is hidden away in a top-secret garage in Dunedin, and the elves are hard at work getting the floats ready for tomorrow’s Dunedin Santa Parade.
A South Otago dairy farmer swaps fence posts by day for poles by night.
The South Today Bulletin: Friday, December 1
For more than 43 years, Keith Newton has been a "piller" of the community.
Gown and gumboots were the favoured ensemble for a graduation parade in Balclutha yesterday.
International metal sensations Alien Weaponry have chosen Powder Chutes from Wānaka's Mount Aspiring College as the winners of a nationwide music competition that celebrates young homegrown talent.
Designing roads and parks to be floodable, elevating land, waterproofing the ground floor of buildings and restricting development have been identified as among the most promising approaches for shaping South Dunedin’s future.
Two newly-blessed waka ama will provide an opportunity for Central Otago residents to engage in Māori culture while also honing their teamwork skills and physical fitness.
The South Today Bulletin: Thursday, November 30
It was the perfect way to enjoy outdoor activities as the Caledonian Ground in Logan Park played host to a series of track and field events recently.
The Tiger Tea bus is getting a cool new friend — a talking police highway patrol car.
Stonehenge, Mary Celeste, the Loch Ness monster and whoever actually killed JFK are among the world’s mysteries that remain unanswered.
Two Gore pairings battled to take out the final of the inaugural Southern Slam pickleball tournament on Sunday.
Plumes of colour were flying on Saturday at the Frankton Reserve in Queenstown, as competitors of all ages tackled the Night’n Day Rainbow Run.
The South Today Bulletin for Wednesday, November 29
Dunedin property owners who have rubbish and recycling collected from the kerb will pay a flat rate for the upgraded service.
The potential for a school principal or two to get bumped about in a car race at Beachlands Speedway has pupils and parents rubbing their hands together.
A Dunedin family-owned business which provided signage for the Fifa Women’s World Cup will wrap up after being worn down by months of delays for payment for their work.
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