Fonterra has a big task ahead.
It is called the Climate Change Response (Zero Carbon) Amendment Act and more popularly known as the Zero Carbon Act. But it could also have been called the Last Chance Act or the Eleventh...
The thousands of people who supported the campaign to save Foulden Maar will be encouraged at the Dunedin City Council's moves to ensure the site is protected.
The announcement of an immediate review of the graduated driver licensing system has been welcomed by, among others, motorsport champion and road safety advocate Greg Murphy.
It would not be too cynical to think sending a ''closure team'' to the Tiwai Point aluminum smelter may eventually form part of a plan to extract concessions to help the bottom line of the smelter...
The decision by iD Dunedin Fashion Week to split its offering in two and shift its emerging designers show to June should add a much-needed boost to the city's tourism off-season.
It has always been the way that some people appear to have all the luck, while others never seem to get an even break.
There is increasing concern about the level of methamphetamine use in our rural communities as the drug becomes cheaper and apparently more readily available.
News yet another Southern District Health Board service has been examined by independent experts and found to be sorely wanting is a profound disappointment.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that when young people protest, they will invariably be told to put a sock in it by their elders.
Last week's announcement of the agreement between the Government and farming leaders to develop practical and cost-effective ways to measure and price emissions at farm level has been both hailed...
It is, as we have been and will be reminded several times following the final blast on the referee's whistle, just a game.
Boom. It has been highlighted before but it is worth revisiting: what a significant period is approaching for Dunedin as a city and as a construction base.
The Ministry of Social Development says it is improving its practices to avoid the privacy breaches in its fraud investigations exposed in a damning report by Privacy Commissioner John Edwards in May.
There must be a happy medium to be found when it comes to the issue of staff numbers at our various councils in the South.
Congratulations to Marilyn Waring for being the only New Zealander to make the BBC's 2019 list of 100 inspiring and influential women around the world.