In opposition Dunedin south member of Parliament Clare Curran was highly critical of the former government's cuts to the broadcasting budget.
Now she's the broadcasting minister she has been very vocal about her support for Radio New Zealand... but how are other areas of the industry are going to supported...
To discuss this broadcasting minister Clare Curran joins me now...
Floodwaters are dropping across the south, albeit very gradually in some places.
The Dunedin City Council has been praised for its work during the state of emergency...
To discuss the current situation, Recovery manager Simon Pickford joins me now..
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull is one of those spearheading a push to keep any upgrade of Dunedin Public Hospital in the centre of the city.
Recently, The South Today spoke with two of Dunedin's Members of Parliament, and here we talk with Mayor Dave Cull.
Interview with Minister Michael Woodhouse about future of Dunedin Public Hospital
Interview with Labour Party's David Clark about Dunedin Public Hospital
More than a metre of rain is being predicted to fall across greater Dunedin to noon Thursday, the Dunedin City Council activated its Emergency Operations Centre this morning.
The South Today interviewed Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull about the situation.
Professor Robert Patman discusses with The South Today's Craig Story the implications behind the US strike on Syria.
A spate of earthquakes and floods in New Zealand this week, have many of us wondering how we would cope if caught up in a natural disaster.
Christchurch-based author Paul Gorman is speaking on crisis communication, at a Dunedin science conference.
As part of our southern focus on the local body elections, tonight we meet the candidates standing for mayor of Central Otago.
'The South Today' was at a candidates forum in Alexandra, organised by the Otago Chamber of Commerce and Otago Daily Times.
Most residents should have received their local body elections voting packs in the mail by now.
Tonight we're joined by Dunedin City Council and Otago Regional Council electoral officer Pam Jordan, who's going to explain the ins and outs of voting.