With the aid of a rusty but serviceable set of kitchen tongs, Bill Thomson, of Mosgiel, gets ready to serve with steady concentration.
Members of the Otago Gymsports team (aerobics, trampoline, rhythmic and artistic gymnastics) pictured before heading to Auckland for the NZ National Gymnastics Championships, which started on...
A candlelight vigil in the Octagon on July 29 at 6pm aims to shed light on the barbarity of modern day slavery and the trafficking of people.
The annual bird survey has ended and once again Dunedin "twitchers" enthusiastically supported the project.
Despite the sharp increase in Covid-19 cases in Australia and tighter lockdowns in New South Wales and Victoria, many Dunedin bus users are still defying the mask-wearing rule.
Thousands of pairs of used glasses that would otherwise be dumped are helping improve the sight of people in Pacific countries and Dunedin people are playing their part.
Bugs, birds and buckets of soil are usually actively avoided inside shopping malls, but for the sake of science, a corner of Meridian mall became a world of natural wonder.
Science in all its many and fascinating forms caught the imagination of the public, who went along to New Zealand International Science Festival events in droves.
Far from being frozen in time, climate change is having an effect on the southern continent of Antarctica.
Plans are almost finalised for a programme to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Dunedin’s annual Rhododendron Day.
"I’m not an out-and-out greenie," Martin Wilkes says, but he likes to do his bit for the environment, including having three electric cars for his business.
Startup Dunedin’s Audacious programme highlights University of Otago and Otago Polytechnic students who are brimming with innovative business ideas. This week in the series, reporter Simon...
Keen and generous knitters in Dunedin and Mosgiel have helped people in Eastern Europeans keep warm in winters for more than 20 years.
A group of young local musicians have brought together high-profile performers for a concert in support of autism charities.
It all began in a room off a butcher’s shop, and now Taieri College is inviting former pupils and teachers to celebrate the humble beginnings of the school with a 150th reunion.
Some say brass musicians are full of hot air, but these ones actually have something to boast about. Bayfield High School cornetist Mei Admiraal and Bayfield High...