The South Today bulletin: Wednesday, June 2
Dunedin ratepayers will subsidise rents for community housing after a vote on the issue passed by the slimmest margin.
Prime Ministers Jacinda Ardern and Scott Morrison have placed wreaths at Arrowtown's war memorial this morning.
Danika Tairua on Pedro, leads a mob of 500 dairy cows down the Tuapeka Mouth Rd yesterday morning as part of the annual moving day in the Clutha District.
Noah almost got the ark out of the garage as torrential rain dominated Dunedin club rugby this afternoon.
The ability to walk in the forests and along the beaches of New Zealand is a given for most people but for a few, it’s an exciting new sensory experience.
More than 1500 birds have flocked to the New Zealand Poultry, Pigeon and Cage Bird National Show at Forrester Park in Dunedin.
Extinction Rebellion protesters again took to the tracks at the Dunedin Railway Station yesterday morning in a bid to prevent a train carrying coal from Southland from passing through.
Dunedin people embraced the chance to see a once-in-39-years “super blood moon”, taking many cellphone photos, and swarming towards the city’s observatory and other vantage points in large numbers.
Southlanders were able to learn more about the South’s largest natural hazard on Monday at the Alpine Fault Roadshow.
Megan Dawson spent many an afternoon at the now dishevelled Myers Reserve BMX track and ramp as a child.
"All aboard!" Waitaki district councillor Jim Hopkins welcomed about 100 people out of the morning cold and on to the "bookarama express".