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The Rainbow Warrior has departed Dunedin and is heading for Stewart Island.
Recycled fashion delighted the crowd at the Trash into Fashion Trashion Show at Cromwell College Auditorium on Friday.
Dunedin Airport turned blue and gold as the Ranfurly Shield was welcomed home with a chorus of cheering and applause.
It pays to get all your ducks lined up in a row when you’re running a charitable duck race.
Cats and balls of wool seldom go well together, particularly when someone is knitting.
Wet-weather gear and winter woollies were essential at the Otago Field Days yesterday but it didn’t stop people attending.
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Tributes flowed for Professor Mark Henaghan who gave his final lecture at Otago University.
Central Otago's lower Manorburn Dam area has become a dumping ground for unwanted rubbish, spoiling a beautiful part of the district, according to locals.
A Christchurch factory was back in business yesterday just two days after a spectacular fire.
Mental health awareness week is wrapping up around the country this weekend.
A joint project between the Department of Corrections and the Department of Conservation hopes to help with pest eradication.
Ashburton twins Wendy Watson and Rose Johnson are just as competitive on the putting green as they are on the bowling green.
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Hospice South Canterbury received an unexpected gift of cash from a seven-year old boy this week.
Arrowtown's Jed Crawford thought he'd try to raise $1000 for cancer research by shaving his head in honour of his late dad.
The streets of Central Otago will soon rock as a new buskers festival begins.
A cyclist who collided with a child in Dunedin will not face charges, as the family maintain they did not lie about the story.
Jan Hart was one of many keen gardeners who braved the wet and cold weather to get their hands on a free box of bedding plants and flowers from the Dunedin Railway Station, at Tahuna Park yesterday.