Queenstown-based anti-plastic advocates organise outdoors movie night.
The dancers' passion and chemistry was alight in the company's performances of Roland Petit's L'Arlesienne and Carmen.
Supporters of a new $5.5 million Maniototo health facility are seeking a $1m contribution from council to help close a $3.5m shortfall.
While the rest of her friends were busy packing to go to university, Sarah Sarfaiti decided to set up shop in Invercargill.
A proposed change to how water is taken from streams or tributaries around Otago has been dubbed 'sneaky' and 'vague'.
How does one single female spend a Valentines Day evening, what is there to do for a mouldly.
How well do you know The Sound of Music?
A star of the small screen will be in Tapanui in June.
Business owners Barry and Maree Keen have plenty to offer their customers.
CAPTIONS / PHOTO IDS: Winton community garden chairman Mark Taylor and volunteer Graham Beggs get to work on the garden's new site, donated by Ravensdown. MARY WITSEY
From drab to fab, a group of southern pupils help bring a little bit of colour to their school.
Dougal Allan has done it again.
Three boys from a Cromwell school have been stood down following a fight in the playground.
A former Queenstown professional couple, who tossed in well-paid jobs last year to live on the edge helping to free the oppressed in India, say the experience forever changed their lives.
In 1932 three Invercargill men, Hec and Jack Thompson and Jim Gilbert drove the first car to Lake Wakatipu from the Mavora Lakes.
OPINION: Of all the selling points made today the word organic seems to take the biscuit.
Otepuni Gardens played host to 'Games and Thrones', the 2017 edition of Shakespeare in the Park.
The huhu beetle is the largest native beetle found in New Zealand and belongs to the longhorn beetle family.
The mother of a girl revived after drowning at a pool says a report blaming her supervision is a "whitewash".
Invercargill Musical Theatre company is calling for people to pull on a habit.
A year after moving to Wellington, the band Nation, is returning to where it all started.
Builder Peter Laurie is the new Community Board chairman for Wallacetown.
Seven-year-old Georgia Spillane's first film is premiering at the Berlin Film Festival.
Mixing beer and study has proven to be a fruitful operation for an Invercargill beer lover.
A "red herring" thrown in left field into talks over the future of Cromwell's memorial hall caused a stir around the board table.
There're a quite a few kids at St Thomas's School who want to be the prime minister when they grow up and that's no wonder after they had a visit from the man himself last week.
Performing with her son in a show is a "dream come true" for Shelly Ballantine.
The brother of Rolling Stones frontman talks sheep and sibling rivalries.
Discarded pieces add a "touch of nostalgia" in this interior designer's living room.
Seven international shows for Wanaka's week-long arts festival.