Invercargill’s Splash Palace may be set for some big changes over the next couple of years.
A proposal for an additional swimming pool has been included in the city council’s Long Term Plan, and a new hydroslide will be attracting the swimmers.
Passengers in Queenstown will be spoiled for choice when it comes to taking a cab after May this year.
That’s when ride-share giant Uber moves into the resort, where it will compete with other passenger transport companies.
Existing Queenstown ride-share company Take me says it is not phased by the new competition.
Dunedin has been visited by a US vessel that arrived fresh from surveying the ocean floor south of New Zealand.
The lights are shining from the historic Craig Fountain in the Oamaru Public Gardens.
After years of disuse, and debate, the 105-year-old Italian marble fountain was reinstated late last year, and last week the finishing touch was added.
Members of the Otago Southland Save Our Water campaign caused a bit of a stink at Invercargill's Environment Southland office this morning.
Southland resident Matt Coffey decided to highlight water quality issues by delivering them straight to Environment Southland's doorstep.
The Invercargill librarians famous recreation of a Kardashian family photo is back in the headlines this week.
Staff from the Invercargill City Libraries and Archives have received an international nod for their services in marketing the library.
Dog handlers have just sailed back from Antipodes Island, declaring the area now free of mice.
This follows the "Million Dollar Mouse" eradication campaign that raised funds in 2012 in an effort to return the island to its natural state.
A group of concerned Dunedin residents, including school principals, spoke today at an Otago Regional Council meeting regarding changes to bus services.
One group of Wakari residents are pleased the Council have agreed today to alter bus routes in the suburb.
Queenstown Lakes residents will be consulted about how to improve the districts glass recycling service and organic waste disposal.
A new virtual reality experience is allowing the viewer to experience a 360 degree view of living conditions for animals on factory farms.
FARM360 is touring nationwide and captured the attention of passers-by in Dunedin yesterday.
A local school took a break from treat food this weekend to raise money for the poor in Timor Leste.
The pupils at Dunedin's St Peter Chanel school slept in cardboard boxes and ate only rice and water from 3pm Friday to 9am Saturday.