The last thing you expect travelling on a cruise ship is the sound of the emergency alarm waking you up at 2am in the morning. Aboard the Golden Princess sailing between Akoroa and Dunedin on NZ's...
This weekend will see the biggest power boat event seen in new Zealand in decades held on the spectacular Lake Rotoiti foreshore. With 23 boats entered for the Masport cup time trials will be held...
Why we should have a tax on wealth. Taxation is a necessary evil for co-operative societies to fund government. At present we tax consumption and income. But we do not tax wealth. The wealthier section...
The formula of democracy include; freedom, education, tolerance, fair elections, acceptance of minorities. The result for the democratic western world is, most of the populations live educated,...
The Rock FM Beachlands Speedway hosted twenty two of the South Island's top Saloons on Saturday night with the running of the 2016/17 South Island Saloon Championships. On paper it was a tough...
Photos: Shane Rhodes
This Yellow-eyed Penguin arrived on the beach on a wild and windy Saturday afternoon at Waikouaiti Beach.
Grants Braes' initiative in starting the first Beach Football tournament in Otago was rewarded with perfect weather - after a high tide start that had 2m waves bombing the pitch.
Fiordland celebrated 2017 Children’s Day on Sunday, March 5.
The Otago NZEI Early Childhood Network, a group of dedicated and passionate early childhood teachers, offered free activities for children in the Meridian Mall today to celebrate Children's Day.
Why is the the WDC so keen on wasting the ratepayers' money?
A spectacular sunrise greeted Wanaka residents this morning.- by Ian Gazzard
Cadbury NZ has effectively said the NZ market is too small to have its own production plant.
A two-year adventure in the world of Māori theatre comes full circle for Hōhepa Waitoa next month, when Taki Rua Productions begin touring his very first te reo Māori play.
The Tenor has always been considered the most romantic of voices, perfect for conjuring up the sultry passion and wonderful melodies of Italy.
There will be a one-day Mothers and Daughters self-defence workshop in North East Valley on March 11th, taught by Bell Murphy, an accredited member of The Women’s Self Defence Network–Wāhine Toa ...
Kokako's Song - Children's Puppet Show
Lyndon Paul sent in this picture of a sunset over the Kawarau and lower Shotover ''from the Queenstown trail ride tonight''.
Peter Severinsen sent in this photo of Sea Shepherd heading out of Otago Harbour past the Stadium.
An astonishing portfolio of works by the highly acclaimed, Dunedin-born, ex-patriot artist Frances Hodgkins has made its way back to her homeland.