The spread of the cattle disease Mycoplasma bovis is wider than expected and there are indications the number of infected farms will continue to grow.
Temperatures have tumbled since last week and now we're knocking on the door of winter. Those frosts came as something of a shock after such a mild few weeks. It must be time to find the old footie...
Never doubt how far and wide the ODT reaches.
Our lives would be unbearable if it was required that all our quests be epic.
French women washing for British soldiers: lines of shirts hung out to dry. — Otago Witness, 22.5.1918.
The Prime Minister stands accused of breaking a promise and there would seem some foundation in the accusation.
A pretty bend in the Clinton River, viewed from the Milford Track.
Dunedin has this week been the focal point of about 1500 tourism industry representatives, including hundreds of overseas visitors.
Paul Gorman tries to make sense of the modern world, with your help.
Nature can be gentle, nature can be kind. Nature can stop people in their tracks with its astonishing beauty and its jaw-dropping charm.
It is a self-evident truth that all men are created equal, that they have certain unalienable rights, and that among those rights are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
Those excitement levels from the autumn colours competition are finally deflating. Which means we can get back to a more ''business as usual'' footing for the rest of the week.
Today would have been my brother John's twenty second birthday.
It is hard not to react with horror to United States President Donald Trump's announcement to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal.
It is understood that the offers by the Roslyn Tramway Company and the Kaikorai Tramway Company to sell their plants, etc., to the City Corporation will be declined, the respective prices asked...
It's the day we've all been waiting for - the climax of the great What's With That autumn photo challenge!
Stage one of Labour's grand education plans is under way. Labour has acted on some of its election promises and now seeks to gather information.
Major-general Maurice, Director of Military Operations, Imperial General Staff, has written an astonishing letter to the Daily Chronicle accusing Messrs Lloyd George and Bonar Law of making...
Clutha-Southland MP Hamish Walker looks back on six months in office and identifies the issues facing constituents.
What a week for news it was last week - from the announcement of the closing of Dunedin's Fortune Theatre, to happenings at Columba College, to the much-awaited disclosure on the site of the new...