Visiting designers have seen the sights of Dunedin while local photography students learned their craft on a day of well-documented fashion tourism on Wednesday.
Twenty-six emerging designers took their designs to Larnach Castle, Emerson's Brewery, Glenfalloch, First Church, and the Dunedin Railway Station.
Pioneering maxillofacial surgeon Henry Percy Pickerill is one of the people remembered in a tapestry panel as part of a touring exhibition.
An image of him, and many other notable people, is currently adorning the walls at Dunedin's Toitu Settlers Museum.
Hundreds of Dunedin pupils are expected to trade pens for placards and strike for the future of the environment on Friday.
Young climate activists from many Dunedin schools, accompanied by supporters of all ages, will gather in the Octagon to join the global School Strike for Climate movement.
Sometimes jobs and careers can be a calling or something you just turn up to and collect a paycheck.
For Dunedin's MacPherson family it's both a calling and a family affair and they're now looking after their family's matriarch.
Police are unsure when a car crashed off a major Queenstown road and into a building, leaving a woman with serious injuries.
They were only alerted after a resident noticed damage to an interior wall.
The first of around fifteen hundred secondary school pupils have attended the latest annual Safer Journeys Expo at Dunedin's Edgar Centre.
The expo aims to educate year 11 pupils in how to make the right call when it come to driver safety.
It is all about the details for the Highlanders this week as they prepare to take on the table-topping Crusaders at Forsyth Barr Stadium.
The Highlanders are coming off back-to-back Super Rugby losses and are looking to keep their impressive home record intact.
Spanish language learners in Dunedin have received a special memento after their first exchange trip to Spain.
The secondary school pupils have been handed football jerseys signed by Spanish football super-team Real Madrid.
A Christchurch pole dancer has successfully defended her title at the 2019 Miss Pole Dance New Zealand competition in Queenstown.
The event organiser says the winner's performance in front of a huge crowd at the Queenstown Memorial Centre was flawless and beautiful.
A Dunedin man who survived a serious car crash in 2017 has become a spokesperson for belting up.
Sunstrike caused James McDonald to accidentally drive into the path of a truck, leaving with him with serious in
A well-known Dunedin couple are leaving the home they have owned for the past 35 years.
Lyn and Malcolm Farry have seen their eight children grow up in their spacious and eye-catching house on Forbury Road in St Clair, and now it's time to move on.
Helping each other along could be the secret to a mountain biking couple's success over the weekend in the annual Motatapu race.
Kyle Ward and Samara Sheppard both crossed the line in first place, winning the race and winning each other's hearts.
Dunedin's long-awaited bus hub finally has a completion date.
The Otago Regional Council announced today the Great King Street hub will be officially opened on March 20th, after being plagued with delays.
Accusations of lying, threats, and a wheel literally falling off a bus are flying, as a battle in Queenstown between Ritchies and First Union escalates.
Union members employed by the company, which operates the $2 bus service called Orbus, went on strike today over pay, and health and safety concerns.