Farm fences could be history as an Otago farm tests some cattle collars with a difference.
A little-known historic and magical piece of North Taieri is about to change hands.
The Wairongoa springs, once used by Thomson and Company for its supply of mineral water, is now looked after by locals with a strong sense of stewardship.
There are mysterious structures on the beach at Taieri Mouth.
Made out drift wood, the sculptures are the works of an anonymous artist.
And the local council say they're happy for people to create more public art works around the city environment.
Survey results show Shania Twain's December show at Forsyth Barr Stadium drew almost 18,000 fans, with over half being visitors to the city.
All is not well and good for a cafe in the Dunedin suburb of Roslyn.
Dunedin police say drivers in yesterday's crash on the Southern Motorway were lucky to escape serious injury.
Dunedin continued to showcase its diversity of culture yesterday with the local Filipino community celebrating their Catholic Sinulog festival.
Those at the Sunday mass at the Saint Patrick's Basilica in South Dunedin were treated to a Filipino procession.
The celebrations were to honour the Santo Nino, which is a religious relic icon of Jesus as a child.
Performers from across Dunedin and Balclutha took part in the celebrations.
The Sinulog festival traditionally includes participants dressed in bright, coloured costumes, dancing to the rhythm of drums, trumpet and native gongs.
The wet weather didn't put a dampener on the 65th annual Dunedin to Brighton Veteran Car Rally on Saturday.
Around 30 vehicles converged on the Octagon.
The rally then took them along Kaikorai Valley Road, through Green Island and Waldronville, eventually finishing up at the Brighton Domain.
The heavy rain didn't deter the car enthusiasts, with many donning period costumes, to enjoy driving their treasures.
The Brighton Rally is the oldest continuous veteran rally in the southern hemisphere.
Veteran cars are classified as those built before 1919.