Mates James Burnell (12) and Dylan Hazell (13) took these photos of themselves out and about enjoying the surrounds of the Wakatipu basin recently.
Love is in the air in my household. The love of cricket that is. It made a reappearance after that stupendous World Cup Cricket final which kept countless Kiwis up all night and left us crying into...
Just read your lead story in Thursday's paper quoting Richard Saunders of the council’s transport group.
After a paw-some sell-out first year, the Top Dog Film Festival NZ Tour is returning to Dunedin for one show only on Monday, August 26 at 6pm.
The partially eclipsed moon setting over Lawyers Head shortly after eight this morning, about 10 minutes after commencing its trip through Earth's umbral (central) shadow.
ASEZ conducted a Graffiti Removal Campaign as part of the 'Mother’s Street' environmental cleanup campaign for the Crime Prevention Project 'Reduce Crime Together' at the Leith Walk in...
The number of children being sedated for an MRI could be reduced thanks to a donation of a pair of MRI glasses donated to the Dunedin Hospital Children’s Ward.
The 10th Te Anau School annual Polar Plunge was celebrated with over 300 people who gathered to watch and support over 80 plungers take to the chilly waters of Lake Te Anau at Te Anau Boat Harbour.
Dunedin is about to be a part of this is a new and exciting experience led by Odai Nmai and supported by Christchurch musician Maganui Stewart.
Opinion – “Maybe WorkSafe NZ and ACC are hoping that the “2019 Wellness budget” will enable them to ignore the evidence?