Te Anau Enduro an annual event was held for the third time last weekend, with a total prize pool of over $6000.
Te Anau District Autumn Flower Show celebrates 50 years on 15/16 March at the Fiordland Community Events Centre.
A group of Dunedin women marked International Women’s Day by awarding bouquets to a bunch of Otago’s female lifeguards.
A new Airbus EC135 P2+ has been added to the fleet at Glacier Southern Lakes Helicopters.
Seven deserving Te Anau Venturers of Scouting Te Anau group were presented with their Queen’s Scout Awards at a ceremony last month.
After spending his adult life battling severe alcoholism, Aaron Jelley spent early 2017 in rehab, and the rest of the year making a firm impression in Christchurch’s comedy landscape.
The government has come out and said it will not be banning rodeo in New Zealand.
National league is almost over, but club sides are preparing for the Otago Daily Times Football Premier League, and the new South Island League. This could be a great year. - Rab Smith
The excitement and anticipation of the slide to the bottom of the water/mudslide, showed on their faces, from over 100 scouts and kids from the community.
Cars travelling up and down High St this morning (Sunday). - Ben Pearse
Misty morning at Long Beach. - Karen
From the crack of dawn to the sun setting over St Kilda beach, Dunedin photographer Jemma shadowed this family and captured the essence of what it's like to grow up as a Kiwi kid.
Queen Mary 2 shortly after departing Port Chalmers on February 28.
Living on an old Dutch barge on the Canal du Midi, the weather is supposed to be milder with 300 days of sunshine per year, we rely on solar power.
Our journey began with a hotel pick up at 7:05 am. My friend and I were on the first bus that was trapped en route to the Sound.
Veteran improviser Jeff Clark brings his alter-ego “Gary Starlight” to the 2018 Dunedin Fringe, with his one-man musical comedy show, An Evening with Gary Starlight, in the central venue of the Emerson’s Fringe Club.
Today, Saturday 24th Feb, at 2:15pm a big group of varsity students walked/ran down Baldwin St in various colourful outfits. - Grace Blackie
It was nice to wake up to the sun this morning after the last week of clouds and rain. - Alison Crossan
As a foreign tour guide who brings groups of tourists to visit New Zealand, I like to stop in Oamaru for its unique buildings and its passionate people who keep the singular, quirky, authentic...