A hat-trick of tries from Matt Faddes helped the Highlanders thump the Crusaders 42-26 in a pre-season match in Southland.
The smile on Poppy McConville's face said it all.
John McGlashan College year 8 pupil Grayson Westgate raced to victory in the Ariki Cup event at Kettle Park yesterday.
Firefighters from the Balclutha, Milton and Kaitangata Volunteer Fire Brigades douse a shed fire at Benhar, north of Balclutha, yesterday morning.
When Phil Sunitsch had an ache in his chest last month, he put it down to heartburn and dismissed it with a "she'll be right'' attitude.
A tour of Europe by a formerly Dunedin-based rap musician has shown her the importance of a polished performance and given her some musical direction.
A burst water main left Dunedin businesses in the Exchange area high and dry for nine hours yesterday.
A group of Dunedin Salvation Army volunteers say they are worried about the future of the foodbank following a restructuring that left seven people from the service without jobs.
From family-friendly fare to risque ruminations, Otago's premier arts festival continues to evolve, writes Shane Gilchrist.
Tearepa Kahi's film, Poi E: The Story Behind Our Song, is about more than the 1984 hit single. It's about community spirit, the writer-director tells Shane Gilchrist.
There is concern about the Government's bowel-screening programme, which critics say was rushed out as a Budget announcement. Questions about workforce readiness remain. Health reporter...
Kiwi Regional Air's last flight into Dunedin touched down yesterday - although a little later than expected.
A huge line-up of "cutting-edge'' events was revealed last night as the Arts Festival Dunedin programme was launched at the Regent Theatre.
A firefighter extinguishes a blaze in a classic car on a hoist in a South Dunedin workshop yesterday.
Firefighters saved a Dunedin mechanic's workshop from a fire today, but a car was consumed by the blaze.
Welcome to "the circus'', also known as the world's steepest street.
Work to protect an erosion-plagued section of Ocean Beach at St Clair has been delayed yet again after a contractor erred by overfilling a sand sausage.
A frustrated business owner is tired of painting over graffiti in central Dunedin.
Another Dunedin day, another stolen and torched car.
Detectives are investigating a string of car fires at the weekend, the latest in a growing list of burnt-out cars discovered recently.