Having been involved in the tourism industry for 15 years and seeing it evolve, and after spending a lot of time travelling NZ staying in many camps, there is a huge problem now not just with Otago...
In 1973, Mrs Shirley Farquhar agreed to assist her husband, Ian, as Secretary - on a temporary basis - of the local branch of the seafarers' welfare organization, now known as the Sailors Society.
The recent fines and reparations handed down to three companies as a result of a worker's death highlight the Domino Effect.
These are the mailboxes outside our home in Seacliff.
I saw a seal sunbathing by Otago Harbour, close to the molars footpath.
After seeing and reading yet more reports of Donald Trump's utterances in the American election, I came across the following comment..."…We can hear his voice, we can hear him persuading, exhorting...
West Harbour’s creative community has combined forces for an art auction to support Koputai Kids Afterschool and Holiday Programme.
David Klein is a science storyteller and this summer he’s cycling the country with his award-winning one-man show about curiosity, learning and the universe.
If someone approached me in a clown suit brandishing weapons, I would use all possible means to ensure my life would be protected, do they realise the repercussions their actions may have?
‘So you’re going to Dunners huh? Brrrrrrrr, it’s gonna be cold, really cold.’
Up to 60 swimmers enjoyed the warm weather for the “Free Swim” celebrating the official opening of the Fiordland Community Swimming Pool on Sunday, October 9.
When many rural communities are fighting to keep their pools open, the community of less 1500 is opening a brand new, debt-free facility complete with new gym.
The latest snowfalls in Arrowtown showed to advantage a family site. The recently restored remembrance of Thomas and Mary McEntyre was standing out.- Stuart Campbell
Te Anau, Manapouri, Doubtful Sound and Milford Sound, Fiordland tourism products will be showcased in the Fiordland Community Events Centre on October 14, opening from 1.30pm-6.30pm.
A plea for active transport in Dunedin, by Heike Cebulla-Elder.
Bach’s Christmas Oratorio will be presented by City Choir Dunedin in the Dunedin Town Hall on Friday, December 16 at 7:30 pm. DAVID BURCHELL, conductorCITY CHOIR DUNEDINDUNEDIN SYMPHONY...
Queenstown road cyclists took out many of the top spots and category placings at Mt Cook Cycle race at the weekend.
Otago we need your help! A local Dunedin woman, Amanda Young, who volunteers as the coach of the Otago Special Olympics Powerlifting has the chance to win a $10000 team experience for her athletes...
Like a shorter, slower version of the great All Black John Kirwan, I have decided to speak up about depression.
The NZ and South Island Secondary Schools Mountainbike champs were held in Dunedin over the weekend.