Hundreds of visitors flocked to the Donovan Park grounds over the weekend, for a day full of all things country, at the 152nd Southland A&P Show.
From performing donkeys, to cowboy challenges, wood chopping, and more sheep than you can shake a crook at, there was pretty much something for everyone.
A volunteer group is starting the day off right with a yoga session followed by a rubbish cleanup at Dunedin's St Kilda Beach.
About 40 volunteers made time to help out, after an early morning yoga session to limber up..
The challenges for people in the Victorian era were not so different from what we face today, says visiting Oxford University professor Sally Shuttleworth.
And she projected a sound and light show onto the side of a University of Otago building last night to illustrate her point.
A Dunedin doctor, who stabbed a teenager to death to preserve his career, was sentenced in the Dunedin High Court on Friday.
Venod Skantha was found guilty of the 2018 murder of Amber Rose Rush in November last year, and appeared at the High Court in Dunedin for sentencing on Friday afternoon.
Everything's half price and must go by Sunday at the Dunedin Hospice Shop in Bond Street.
The store is shifting into a new building owned by a hospice trust. one block down the road in Vogel Street.
Arrowtown School pupils got a thrilling surprise this week, when a Queenstown Helicopter Rescue crew dropped in to their camp at Cecil Peak Station.
Paramedics Jodie Burton and Dave Chittenden, along with pilot Justin Gloag, flew in to the school’s camp by the Lochy River on Thursday morning.
While tractors on Invercargill roads are not the most unusual sight, Thursday’s convoy through the city stood out.
Led by mental health advocate Mike King, about 20 farm vehicles began this year's nationwide 'Gumboot Friday Tractor Trek'.
Hollywood A-listers Kirsten Dunst and Benedict Cumberbatch were in Dunedin on Thursday for the filming of a Netflix film.
Entitled The Power Of The Dog, the shoot has been making good use of historic Otago architecture as a back drop.
When a Dunedin couple purchased a grand old home, complete with servants quarters for renovation, they had no idea what they were getting into.
But twenty years on, their efforts have resulted in a large home for the whole family to enjoy.
Rare diseases are conditions which effect one person for every 2000 people.
A Dunedin woman has a 1 in a 1 hundred and 50,000 thousand illness which can be fatal, known as M.S.U.D, one of the symptoms is that her body attacks itself if she eats protein.
About 200 year 5 and 6 girls from across greater Dunedin converged on North Dunedin sports fields, for a 'have a go' day, across four sporting disciplines.
The youngsters were encouraged by representatives in each code, with those trying hockey being guided by a gold-medal winning athlete.
Close on 300 darts players from Blenheim to Bluff, are converging on Oamaru for the annual South Island darts tournament.
The event includes categories for both male and female players of all ages, competing in singles, pairs and club teams.
The Bluff Oyster harvesting, and eating, season has begun.
One Dunedin cafe reckons it got the jump on the competition after the owner made a couple of trips to Bluff.