The South Today bulletin: Thursday, August 6
The parents of a 19-year-old who died at a Dunedin flat party are not angry, but want to see change.
If foosball catches on in New Zealand half as quickly as Paul Szyszka can fire the ball into the goal, he will be delighted.
A central Dunedin street was cordoned off after a man smashed a window and climbed on top of a shop awning this morning.
A new interactive online tool has been developed to show how the ground in Christchurch could respond in another quake.
A Corstorphine home has been left uninhabitable after a fire tore through it yesterday, one of many Dunedin house fires in recent months.
The redevelopment of Arrowtown School is finally taking shape, eight years after watertightness problems were discovered there.
The Brighton area may have been a suitable site for a landfill when selected 30 years ago, Saddle Hill Community Board chairman Scott Weatherall says.
As the Chch is lit festival comes to an end on Wednesday, Star News photographer Geoff Sloan went out to catch some of the city's most mesmerising displays on camera before they come to an end.