Hospitals have again coped with the effects of resident doctor strike action, the Southern District Health Board says.
Wanaka went more than 500 years back in time over the weekend, with locals enjoying a Medieval festival.
A petition calling for Lime e-scooters to be recalled - like any other defective product is being taken to Wellington by Dunedin writer Dr Lynley Hood.
The interior is not the only thing at Hayward College getting a spruce-up, as a contractor gives colleague’s beards and locks much-needed trims.
The fleeces will fly at the Otago shearing and wool handling championships set to be held at Balclutha this weekend.
Betty Ferguson is adamant. "I have made it quite clear to everybody: I’m here and I’m staying here. I am not going in to a home as long as I can still manage."
The explosion of modern art from mainland China is being showcased in an exhibition at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
Relay for Life is coming to Wanaka for the first time on the weekend of March 23 and 24 at Pembroke Park.
Eighty Dunedin amateur sailors set the jibs and scrubbed the decks on the majestic Spirit of New Zealand yesterday.
When Russell Crowe decided to auction off a variety of his personal belongings to help fund his divorce, few would guess it would lead to Invercargill hosting some of the most iconic items in the history of New Zealand cricket.
A Dunedin woman is one of just six garden professionals from around the world chosen to take part in a year-long residency in the United States.
A Queenstown firefighter is enjoying some well-earned rest and recreation after 12 days helping fight a vast wild fire in Tasmania.
New research has found joining organisations such as clubs for young farmers is good for mental health.