Another international music heavyweight is coming to Dunedin and another stadium sell-out is on the cards. Accommodation sell-outs in and around the city are on the cards too.
Immortal Otago coach Vic Cavanagh would probably feel like an alien visitor were he to get the opportunity to travel forward through time to get a glimpse at modern rugby.
The bumper $5.5billion Government surplus announced this week exceeded expectations. The economy, at least for now, is powering along, although much of Labour's spending is still to be implemented.
Editorial: The question is already being asked: ''Would you pay $3 for a litre of petrol?'' Anybody who defiantly says ''no'', who is planning on not standing for such an outrage, is facing a losing battle.
New Zealand Football is always good for a goal or two. It is just a shame so many end up in the back of its own net.
The divisions in the United States are brutal. On one side are the conservatives, the Republicans whose view of the world is more traditional. On the other are the progressives determined to change...
They might be small and, on the whole, rather unremarkable, but the little blue penguins of Oamaru are providing an interesting discussion point over the issue of local residents getting favourable...
The ongoing debate over how to handle rapidly growing airline traffic into Queenstown and Central Otago throws up long-term questions which, depending on how they are answered, could alter the...
Confirmation of Government support for a Dunedin predator-free project is welcome but it will take buy-in from local residents for the plan to be a success.
The biggest cruise-ship season in Dunedin history got under way this week, with Monday's arrival of the Majestic Princess. The visit was the first of 121 scheduled for the city this season.
The weekend produced another showcase of New Zealand rugby's international dominance. With a round to spare, the All Blacks won the 2018 Rugby Championship, following their victory over Argentina.
If the last few years of international politics felt like a slow crawl towards a precipice, the final three months of 2018 may be when we reach the edge and see what is below.
It's an oft-cited maxim that the news media is the "fourth estate" upon which a healthy democracy stands.
Child poverty continues to remain front of mind for New Zealanders as food charities line up to provide breakfasts and lunches for children turning up for school without either.
Calls for University of Otago proctor Dave Scott to resign over his unconventional methods of confiscating illegal cannabis bongs from student flats are an overreaction. The real crime would be if...
While some New Zealand voters won't like it, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is doing New Zealand proud on the international stage this week.
With any investment there comes a time when the decision to spend must be judged by the returns realised.