The Larnach Castle garden has gained a wider overseas profile by being featured in prestigious British magazine Country Life.
A groyne remains a possibility for the future of Dunedin’s St Clair Beach, but any push to restore the old timber version may be on the rocks.
A new observation deck on Oamaru’s Holmes Wharf is under way, and the Waitaki Woodturners Guild is on the job.
A redesigned seawall, moving an old landfill and creating better beach access are all possibilities for Dunedin’s coast in the next 100 years.
Kavanagh College pupils could be forgiven for thinking they were seeing double, after a record four sets of twins arrived as part of the latest year 7 intake.
This year’s TT2000 Long Distance Motorcycle Rally zoomed ahead in Oamaru’s Centennial Park yesterday, and one rider would not let anything get in the way of completing the challenge.
Standing next to a kowhai planted in the Dunedin Botanic Garden yesterday to celebrate 100 years of the New Zealand Federation of Women's Institutes is the organisation's Eastern Otago president...
Rainbow Rosalind the Fairy, also known as Dunedin children’s singer/songwriter and entertainer Rosalind Manowitz, has received an international award.
A technicolour scene now fills a once flat wall in a courtyard at the University of Otago dental school in Frederick St, Dunedin.
Eastern Southland Art Gallery curator Jim Geddes discusses artist Sue Cooke’s work Long Hee Lee, part of the "Songless Land" exhibition, on display at the gallery with the Governor-General Dame...