The condition of some Dunedin sports grounds is a disgrace.
St Margaret’s girls’ hostel, showing the new wing, recently added.
Welcome to what for many will be your last working week before Christmas and the start of your "happy holidays", though we probably don’t want to go down that track again.
News Aurora Energy has sprung into action to safeguard its transmission network in Central Otago, after power poles fell over in Alexandra, will no doubt be a relief to many.
Reuter's correspondent at Egyptian headquarters reports: Surely never has the population of a conquered city received with deeper and more heartfelt gladness invaders with whom they had no...
David Seymour made a stinging comment in his closing speech on the End of Life Choice Bill first reading debate - that Bill English's contribution had seemed from a different age.
The creamery, Maori Kaik, Otago Peninsula.
Confirmation of four more properties with Mycoplasma bovis — including the first in the North Island — surely, and sadly, means the proverbial cat is out of the bag.
Paul Trebilco reflects on the transforming power of light.
What if Dunedin’s proposed harbourside development came to fruition? Ian Taylor looks at the possibilities.
There's always something, isn’t there? And just when you think your day is going to run smoothly and everything is looking rosy.
The West Indies test cricket team has come and been bowled over. It will now be March before the New Zealand team is again playing the long-form game.
Dr Sydney Allen waited on the Board to present a petition for the shifting of the Tahakopa School to a site at the railhead. Dr Allen said that he presented the petition from the Tahakopa School...
We may as well keep the Christmas theme going this week. After all, we might be sick of hearing about it next week.
New Zealand’s efforts to ban harmful fishing subsidies are to be praised, writes Mark Peart.
For someone who hasn’t even begun Christmas present shopping yet I am becoming very Christmas focused.
What if Dunedin’s proposed harbourside development came to fruition?
It is not that hard to understand why New Zealand educational achievement is slipping, under most international measures, writes Peter Lyons.
A noted feature of Lake Wanaka: the elevated Paradise Lake, on Pigeon Island.
The warnings came years ago — for anyone who cared to listen — that, without careful nurturing and oversight, the quality of our town water supplies would soon start deteriorating.