The South Today bulletin: Tuesday, June 15
Made with the support of NZ On Air
The South Today bulletin: Monday, June 14
Wanaka has been blanketed by a creeping grey fog for more than a week — but the skifields have been bathed in sunshine.
Birds, birds, and more birds.
The elite of New Zealand curling has converged on Naseby in a bid to take home the title of national champion.
Low-level Dunedin offenders can now pay their debt to victims and the community through an iwi-led community process.
The South Today bulletin: Thursday, June 10
Nurses in Queenstown and Invercargill joined their colleagues in the larger centres taking industrial action yesterday.
The South Today bulletin: Wednesday, June 9
Although an upcoming annual book sale focuses on supporting the community, the man in charge says it is also a bit of a get-together.
New Zealand Nurses Organisation members walked off the job today after talks to settle their collective wage agreement collapsed.
The South Today bulletin: Tuesday, June 8
Multiple branches of the Hofmans’ family tree were at the 40th and final Brass Monkey Rally and their rides were far from big tourers — cheap basic Kiwi farm bikes instead.
If you need to settle a Victorian-era argument, some tea and biscuits does the trick.
The locally sourced fennel, lichen, Spanish moss, artichoke, leek and dogwood on display at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery are intended to reflect the city in winter.
NZ's only dedicated South Island TV news bulletin.
The South Today Thursday 3 June 2021
Despite having access to traffic recordings, the Dunedin City Council says the most effective tool for reducing red light running is enforcement.
A new addition to Dunedin’s skyline is about to appear.
Birds were proudly fluffing their feathers when the New Zealand Poultry, Pigeon and Cage Bird National Show came to Forrester Park last week.