The Port Chalmers & District Lions as part of Dunedin Open Gardens are holding a Garden Fete on Sunday, October 21 (Labour Weekend) 11am-3pm, at the Lady Thorn Rhododendron Dell, Church Street,...
Sir Bill English claimed at the debate in Queenstown earlier this week, that killing was okay if you had a reason and it was subject to scrutiny.
Eight-piece jazz group The Jac are set to tour New Zealand for the fourth time, and they have been busy.
Taieri Mouth stroll along beach on Sunday morning. A seal popped his head up holding a fish in his mouth.
After a big day at Ohau Skifield, father Hamish Acland, of Wanaka, carries two pairs of skis, and, his son Ted Acland (4) to the car park.
A comment on Anthony Harris' article (ODT 1st October). I have been feeding silvereyes for many years and have noticed the same 'tumour' mentioned in your article.
In response to an identified community need, in May early morning devotional and coffee get-togethers began in Milton at the Hub as a way for us all to build community relationships and connections...
Songwriter and songwriting coach Charlotte Yates returns to Wanaka with the Freakin’ Awesome Songwriters Clinic this Labour Weekend 19- 21 October to help you make your songs seriously better.
There's a countdown on Dunedinite Madeleine Whittaker's noticeboard which reads, "51 days until I walk into the wild."
Fiordland had daffodils in abundance for the Cancer Society’s annual appeal on 31 August, raising $7060.
RNZAF Acting Warrant Officer Samantha Marra, formerly of Te Anau helped to head a first-time physical instructors training course in Fiji in May for military personnel and police from Pacific nations.
It’s all about the rubbish. There has been much talk around Brooklands Village about the demise of the single use plastic bag.