He has gone now, his passing mourned, his life celebrated.
A Dunedin man accused of stabbing an endangered sea lion has pleaded not guilty.
Phil Rainford has travelled from England to New Zealand - all in the name of apples.
"We know there are people who are on more medications than they need ..."
Visitors from the World Shearing Championships lifted ILT sales after a damp January.
Unclaimed bonds will be used as revenue for roads if people don't come forward and claim it.
Oil and gas explorers seek to reassure Te Anau residents and dolphin lovers.
Key issues include public transport, keeping lakes and waterways pristine and affordable housing options.
Hunter Valley Station's new American owners want to be "good stewards", but public access groups want more.
EDITORIAL: Our heritage is to the fore, just now.
OPINION: Somehow, my inhibitions towards smoking after drinking cocktails get the better of me.
EDITORIAL: Todd Barclay has certainly not been helping the police with their inquiries .
Crime is preventable – a burglar will usually act on easy or tempting opportunities, especially when it is evident that no one is home, or the risk of being caught is low.
This may be a little premature but I can not wait to wind my clock back an hour on April 2.
A new era of southern netball will begin on Sunday with Reinga Bloxham at the helm, so just what makes the new Steel coach tick?
Saints win battle of NBL heavyweights with thrilling 88-86 victory over Southland Sharks.
With the students out of town, Dunedin won't be chasing sevens hosting rights.
Kirstin Barclay is rebuilding her racing team after recent sales.
The 2017 Southland rugby league season begins on Saturday.
Nominations will open next week for candidates wanting to fill the Dunstan Constituency vacancy on the ORC created by the recent passing of Dr Maggie Lawton.
Otago regional councillors have put a halt to the development of a new water plan for the region.
Martin Curtis has been recording songs of war, mountains, keas, and his love of the land for more than 35 years.
My ballroom dancing experience boils down to four awkward 30 minute sessions during high school PE classes about 10 years ago.
Remember those television commercials: Kiwi Christmas, the Tortoise and Hare, Snow Fight? Tim Pierce made them. What's he up to now?