Seven thousand school children with their parents and friends and others interested in athletics were present at the Carisbrook Ground on Saturday when the Otago Public Schools’ Amateur Athletic...
The French presidential election is Emmanuel Macron’s to lose. But the divisive forces of the far right are on the march in a struggle that will resonate across Europe, writes Simon Tisdall.
It seems a week does not go by without Caversham-based health centre Te Kaika announcing another new initiative.
Dunedin businessman Sir Ian Taylor wants some answers from Mayor Aaron Hawkins as fallout continues from the DCC's recent Sports Hall of Fame funding decision.
The Covid-zero strategy may be past its use-by date, but New Zealand still has a vaccination advantage, writes Michael Plank.
Favoured by the recent spell of fine weather, the new lawn tennis season is well under way locally, and for some weeks past energetic practice has been the order of the day on the various club courts.
The story of the fish called Wanda we featured this week is a timely reminder of the risk seemingly innocent animals can pose to our ecosystems.
How can Dunedin have a better bus service that at least breaks even? City councillor Andrew Whiley has a plan ...
The fifteenth annual report of the Presbyterian Social Service Association was presented to the Dunedin Presbytery yesterday morning by the association’s superintendent, the Rev E.A. Axelsen.
It is not far off now that the Dunedin City Council needs to decide on the future of the Taieri Gorge Railway.
It was no surprise the initial report of the Oranga Tamariki Ministerial Advisory Board found there was much wrong with the four-year-old ministry.
Mess with Dunedin’s main street at your peril, some of the opponents to the plans for a new-look George St appear to be saying.