Stallholder Sue Coulman, of Gore, shows off one of the bird feeders she makes from cups and saucers.
Prime Minister Christopher Luxon has backed down during a visit to Queenstown over claiming a $52,000 payment to cover accommodation expenses in Wellington - in a mortgage-free apartment.
Over the years there have been queues down the block for one of her generous ice cream cones.
Cromwell’s unassuming industrial district transformed into a top-notch speedway on Sunday, when it hosted the 11th annual Street Sprints.
Robots are pretty handy on the pitch.
A timely road show to educate school pupils about the harmful effects of smoking and vaping is making its way around Dunedin.
From falling asleep in the chair to bleeding above the collar — Guy Robinson has seen it all.
Creatures big and small were in attendance at Clyde Primary School on Friday, when the school celebrated its first Pet Day.
There was not a rat in sight at the reopening of "the cleanest store in town" after two weeks of the rodents running rings around the supermarket giant.
Opponents of an ambitious airport proposal for the small town of Tarras are pleased that it appears to be grounded.
Steven Alker will be sure to listen to his caddy this week.
The 31st annual Otago Goldfields Heritage Trust Cavalcade started this week and participants will start a journey throughout the South on 11 different trails, each ending at Waikaia on March 2.
The writing is on the wall for an Alexandra school - which can look forward to a one-of-a-kind artwork adorning one of its walls.
Christchurch Airport is putting its controversial Tarras airport project in Central Otago on hold.
Customers have been given chocolates this morning as they return to a Dunedin supermarket that was closed for almost three weeks due to a rat infestation.
Golden Boy very much wants to get his hands on the silverware at the New Zealand Open this week.
A group of Otago Polytechnic Te Pūkenga students have started their new careers on a high this week.
After combing every inch of 20 virtual golf courses around the world, Jack Wylie was tempted to give the sport a crack - this time in real life.
Volkswagen cars have been a passion of Ken Berry’s for almost seven decades.
Queenstown got a taste of Scotland over the weekend, as 12 pipe bands gathered for the inaugural Queenstown Pipe Band Championships.
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