I read this article in the ODT of 10 May 2017 covering the intention of the City planners to require relocatable housing in South Dunedin, with interest.
Sealion relaxing outside Fleurs Restaurant at Moeraki on 8th May.
Surely everyone knows the first Saturday in May is the opening season of the water fowl season .. clearly not !
On Anzac day, even the loneliest of graves is not forgotten.
Emma Dewar, of Sawyers Bay (on Zara) and Isabella Cameron of Port Chalmers (on Pandora) on their way to the memorial service in Port Chalmers.
Photos: Lois Davis
Over the weekend the Stop the Otago Animal Lab March took place, bringing together many passionate animal rights advocates, including the international activist James Aspey.
A cacophony of foghorns Monday morning as two ships squeezed by in front of the Ravensbourne phosphate wharf. - Mac Gardner
Darcy Hoffman’s life reads like the script for a Hollywood blockbuster movie.
Thousands of people took advantage of the opportunity to view the Clyde Dam today at their open day. Spectators were thrilled to be able to watch as the spillway was opened and water thundered past...
On the last day of Term 1 the school Garden Club assisted by many classes made remembrance poppies to mark Anzac day.
Beekeepers will be convening in Geraldine for the Canterbury Hub, Apiculture New Zealand, South Canterbury Field Day on Sunday 7 May 2017. 130 attendees are expected to gather for the field day.
The annual Easter Indoor Bowls tournaments were held in Invercargill over the weekend.
Returning to Dunedin from our Easter break today, we stopped at the Roxburgh playground to give our three sons some fresh air and afternoon tea.
Gumboots were not needed at the Edgar Centre as what looked and sounded like thousands of clever little athletes played their hearts out.
This Easter, a group of people with and affected by aphasia are cycling 137km along the Otago Rail Trail to raise awareness of aphasia and celebrate stroke recovery.
A South Island charity is helping children in a remote part of Nepal to gain computer literacy.
On Thursday, May 4, five Otago University students invite all to attend their fundraising event, Belter for the Shelter - a music event taking place at ReFuel Bar, in an effort to raise funds for...
Last weekend, leaders of Tongan student bodies from tertiary institutions around New Zealand gathered again in Dunedin for its second Leadership Weekend, which was sponsored for the second time by...
The Town Belt Traverse is an 8.2 km walk through the Town Belt from the Southern cemetery finishing at Woodhaugh Gardens on Sunday, April 23.