Fiordland had daffodils in abundance for the Cancer Society’s annual appeal on 31 August, raising $7060.
RNZAF Acting Warrant Officer Samantha Marra, formerly of Te Anau helped to head a first-time physical instructors training course in Fiji in May for military personnel and police from Pacific nations.
It’s all about the rubbish. There has been much talk around Brooklands Village about the demise of the single use plastic bag.
Two Amana Christian School College students, Lilia Solofuti and Jeanne Laban, gained 2nd and 3rd places respectively at the Annual Samoan Speech Competition held in Wellington on the 2nd and 3rd of...
Multiple lines of evidence show that Gwynne Dyer ('Armageddon Summer' is just the beginning, 3/8/18) is dead wrong about the cataclysms he claims from our continued use of hydrocarbon fuels.
I was bemused to read that Niwa experts are suggesting licensing of whitebaiters and compelling them to keep a record of daily catches.
This morning (11am Saturday, August 4) while walking at Campbells Bay, Kakanui, a whale that we believe to be a Southern Right came within metres of a surfer and rocks.
Members of Vintage Car Clubs from North Cape to Bluff will come together for the annual Daffodil Rally for Cancer.
Walter Watson was a Scot who emigrated to New Zealand before WW2, and signed up to defend King and Country when the 'Mad Painter' invaded Poland.
The 9th Te Anau School annual Polar Plunge on July 29 saw about 75 plungers take to the chilly waters of Lake Te Anau at the Te Anau Boat Harbour.
Te Anau Golf Club celebrated their 41st Te Anau Fiordland Golf Classic at the weekend of July 28/29, with tee-offs at 8am and 12pm on both days.
The doors opened and the people flocked into the 45th Annual Riversdale Arts Exhibition Gala Opening night held on Friday.