Road transport has always played a vital role in Otago and Southland’s history and economic development.
The South Canterbury Model Club South Canterbury Model Engineers boat regatta was held on the moat at Riverstone Castle today.
For the 1 in 3 New Zealanders living in a rental house and the 235,000 New Zealand children growing up in poverty, recent comments by Reserve Bank Chief Economist Yuong Ha will be jarring.
Peter Adam and Sarah Clark Adam from Wilden Station arrive in the original 1924 Austin Wilden Station farm truck to vote at the Dunrobin Hall, which is going to be demolished in a few months.
At half past four on Saturday afternoon the sun shone, light rain fell nearby, and I was in a suitable position to see the full resulting rainbow, framing the Maungatua Range in the background.
On Monday 21 September Emma Crawley (17) undertook a grading at her Goju Ryu Karate school that had special significance.
Sunrise reflections change the look of The Saint Clair Hotel building this morning, along the Esplanade, at Saint Clair Beach, Dunedin.
A weekend of fun and frolic is what the annual Latin Congress festival organised by Salsa Club Dunedin was!
The moon was rising at 5:56pm today, and the pink moon slowly rose behind the lighthouse at the Taiaroa Head. Beautiful night.
Some Taieri residents were treated to a spectacular rainbow on Saturday evening as the setting sun combined with the moisture in the air over Chain Hills to produce this spectacular sight.
So I said "I wanted to have a conversation about using medical marijuana to manage several of my conditions but particularly the inflammatory and nerve pain", GP response " Oh NO we cant do that it...
Is National an example of the old order of politics? Is what is described as the cut and thrust of politics in fact a self serving justification for an absence of ethics and integrity?