A Les Cleveland cocktail evening held at the Dunedin Botanic Garden’s propagation facility last night launched three days of festivities marking the 50th anniversary of rhododendron celebrations in the city.
Teams from throughout the lower South Island took part in a U13 Hockey Festival hosted by Otago Hockey at the Alexander McMillan Hockey Centre in Dunedin at the weekend.
Southlanders have not let the Covid-19 Alert Level 4 lockdown dominate their lives, and have got on with being busy.
Pedestrians and cyclists enjoy the calm at St Clair Esplanade yesterday while maintaining distance between their bubbles.
Farmers and tradies descended on towns and cities for a Howl of a Protest around the country yesterday, including in centres throughout the South.
Cricket fans packed into Dunedin’s University of Otago Oval on Saturday to watch the Black Caps take on Bangladesh.
A blue and gold storm punctuated a bluebird summer’s day in Alexandra yesterday as hundreds turned out for the Super Rugby pre-season match between the Highlanders and Hurricanes at...
Town met country at the Otago Taieri A&P Show, in Mosgiel, on Saturday. Reporter Shawn McAvinue was there to catch the action.
Marlow Park in the Dunedin suburb of St Kilda was filled on Saturday for Dunedin police’s annual Whanau Fun Day, designed to flatten the curve of family harm incidents police attend at this time of...
Laser tag and bumper boats were available for people who wanted some activity while others contented themselves with ice-cream or offerings of food on a bright day at Brighton.
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