Queenstown might be New Zealand’s next hot spot for international students.
The 60th birthday celebration of the country's longest-running festival was outstanding.
On the 60th anniversary of the Roxburgh Dam, reporter Jono Edwards and videographer Craig Baxter take a look inside the colossal structure.
In a huge mechanism like the Roxburgh Dam, parts are bound to occasionally fail.
Irrigators could be "caught in the crossfire" if proposed power reforms go ahead, a meeting in Cromwell was told yesterday.
Korban Craigie (10) is given a free sausage by Renee Thompson at the Catlins Area School yesterday as part of a "give back to the community" by local business owners.
A mental health patient is back in a secure facility, in Timaru, after escaping from a mental health institution in Invercargill on Monday morning.
As curtain-raisers go, last night’s events set the tone perfectly for today’s 60th Alexandra Blossom Festival procession.
In the Otago Daily Times yesterday, candidates for the Otago Regional Council described what they would do, if elected, to combat lake snow in Lakes Wanaka, Wakatipu and Hawea.
A new subdivision in North Balclutha was officially given the name "Plantation Heights" by Clutha district councillors this week.
If Bob O’Connor and Peter MacKay cannot find a rental house by this Thursday, they will be out on the streets, they say.
As the number of million-dollar house sales in Queenstown Lakes spirals, Tracey Roxburgh asks what ordinary folk are to do.
Roost mortgage adviser Mark Pullar describes Queenstown-Lakes as a "conundrum"; his colleague, Toby Stanley, says it’s a "vicious cycle" — and there is no easy fix.
Stephen Brent does not mince words when he is asked about the housing market in Queenstown.
Unusual items have been blocking Queenstown's sewer systems lately, with a soggy bathmat being the latest.
A world-renowned gorilla wants a say on how Invercargill is run according to election hoardings.
Asian investors who refused to settle on Queenstown apartments during the global financial crisis have won a landmark $46 million case.
The French hitchhiker arrested after a meltdown while marooned with his thumb out in a tiny West Coast town has arrived at Christchurch District Court.
The body of a 68-year-old Te Anau man was recovered following a short search on the Fiordland coast last night.
Around 1000 mourners gathered in Palmerston yesterday to farewell a rising Otago sports star, a young man many said they were proud to call ''mate''.