The Anderson family and friend enjoy the view from Harbour Cone on January 9 - beautiful! - Tracey Candy
A day at Aramoana on 7 Jan 2018 included a BBQ lunch of steak sandwiches and crepes with blueberries for Alice Anderson (10) and her family.
Photo taken Jan 6, 2018 by Hayley Wilson (13) of Ruby Anderson (13) at Blackhead, Dunedin.
This is my daughter, Jasmine White, at Brighton beach on Saturday night. - Alison Crossan
A 139-year-old steam locomotive D16 will pay its first visit to Oamaru’s waterfront tracks in 55 years on Sunday.
Attached letter a year to wait for my child's annual check-up.
While I usually enjoy reading Chris Trotter's column, and often agree with him, last week he was most certainly out of his depth when trying to analyse the rise of the right in Germany and the...
Dear Mr Witherow,
Queenstown get ready for an inspiring 2018!
Forget Secret Santa with friends, family or office mates – this year hundreds of pets are scrambling to join New Zealand’s First Secret Santa for Pets.
On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, Fiordland remembered Armistice Day at Te Anau Flagpole, Anzac Reserve, with a small gathering.
Graeme Laing, one of New Zealand’s top swimming coaches was hosted by Fiordland Amateur Swimming Club for a weekend of training sessions of 72 junior swimmers, aged from 6 to 14.
Six Otago table tennis junior players have been selected in national squads for 2018.
When I came to Dunedin 11 years ago, I was impressed by the cleanness of the city.
Pod of dolphins passing Port Chalmers.
The Orokonui Lagoon Walk, which takes about an hour to complete, is a loop track around a 56-hectare estuary in Waitati.
On Sunday the inaugural Waikouaiti Beach Run/Walk event was held at the Waikouaiti Sports Park.
I thought this picture from the lookout came out well, in between rainshowers on Sunday.
Most logging trucks are driven by thoughtful good truck drivers. Sadly a number of their ranks let all the good ones down.