Thousands of books were available to bookworms of all ages at the 24th Friends of the Library Booksale at the Fiordland Community Events Centre during Queens Birthday Weekend.
Once more, a Dunedin city councillor publicly chides other councillors for preventing unanimity in a decision.
First real snows of the year appear. Pictures taken from Duffers Saddle, some 1200m above Cromwell on the Nevis road. - Derek Whelan
Taken last night at the Nugget Point lighthouse. This was my third time going for astrophotography and all three times there have been other photographers trying to capture the stars.
Te Anau’s annual Pink Ribbon Lunch, on May 21, for the second consecutive year raised over $7000.
Have Your Say: Dunedin Youth Forum is an opportunity for young people to contribute to shaping the direction of our beautiful little city!
We are a club of 22 ladies who run a craft morning every few weeks where we set projects of knitting sewing, and assembling all manner of goods for those less fortunate than ourselves.
In One thousand years timeIn the morningthe sun still hikes upto the top of the hill. At middaythe sunstill creeps across the skylike a sloth. In the afternoonthe sun still shines through theclouds...
Trail running in Pineapple track and Flagstaff. - Aysha Jaleel - Greaves
Olivia and Liam McLachlan create a snowman under the fruit in Cromwell.
Deep powder snow has plastered the Leith Saddle track to Swampy Spur.
Good dusting of snow in Naseby this morning, temp currently -1. - Craig Sherson
Ainslie Miller, representing Dunstan High School, won medals recently in the Southland Intercollegiate Shoot.
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.