John McKenzie
Dunedin rugby club operating for over 130 years could be gone if fertiliser plant expands
Just seven of the 226 international drivers involved in the study passed the test.
Renewed calls for law change after 'stunning' percentage of foreign visitors fail driving test
TVNZ’s Sunday programme last night revealed three students say the university prioritised its reputation over their well-being.
Otago University denies lack of support for sexual assault complainants
Kiwi teen Erika Fairweather looking to follow in NZ swimming great Danyon Loader's footsteps
Resource company Plaman Global wants to mine the historic site in Otago and use the deposits to feed livestock.
Calls for Government to protect fossil-rich Otago area from being dug up for animal food
They are George, Harry, Charlotte and Archie - but the similarities don't end there.
Dunedin family's four kids share Royal baby names
Peter Breen is the creator of Rugby Bricks which has over 79,000 followers on Instagram.
Former Otago player's online coaching platform gains popularity with help from All Blacks stars
Hops and business on the agenda for New Zealand's first full-time brewing course
His keen eye has captured polar bears, penguins and nuclear submarines.
After more than 50 years behind the camera, Kiwi film-maker Max Quinn is putting down the lens
A winery in Argentina will soon take Black Ridge’s title.
Central Otago winery loses 'world's southernmost vineyard' title to Argentina
Invercargill Mayor, Sir Tim Shadbolt, says the government needs to back off.
'Leave us alone' says Invercargill's SIT in face of polytechnic merger proposal
The slaughter of thousands of cattle with the disease is taking its toll on farmers.
Effects of Mycoplasma bovis expected to linger in farming sector, even if disease is eradicated
The piece stands at 33 metres high.
Massive new Invercargill mural believed to be largest in New Zealand
Teams have come from all over the globe, vying for a spot in the world championships.
Naseby currently hosting largest curling event ever held on our shores
Organisers of the event – The Revenant – think it’s near impossible to complete.
Twenty-five of world's fittest athletes competing in 60-hour endurance race in Southland
With the estuary’s state rapidly declining, thoughts are turning to who’s responsible.
Fish and Game calling for action as algae degrades Invercargill Estuary
Waikaia's new Switzer's Museum
Million-dollar museum opens doors in remote Southland town with population of 100
It’s thought a passer-by pulled the man from the sea and administered CPR.
Man falls from horse at beach near Dunedin, suffers non-fatal drowning
American pop star Pink begins her seven-show New Zealand tour in Dunedin on Saturday, September 1.
Review: Pink rocked Dunedin, leaving South Island fans envious of Auckland's six gigs
Four out of five whitebait species are under threat of extinction and environmentalists question commercial sales.
Whitebaiting season opening brings calls for delicacy to be protected
It’s a sight that will take you back to the eighties.
Southland couple brings back milkman tradition and it's what's in the bottle proving a hit
The Dunedin pipe organ is set for global recognition as one the stars of a new documentary.
Meet Norma, the beloved Dunedin pipe organ still making a big sound after almost a century
Overseas plants are currently refusing to take sileage wrap, with Southland farmers being forced to hold onto it until a solution is found.
Silage plastic wrap piles up on NZ farms as Thailand shuns product for recycling
Jane Avery says rabbits are a pest that are killed regardless - she’s making use of what they can provide.
'An eco-conscious choice' says Dunedin fashion designer producing real rabbit fur coats
The system allows doctors in neighbouring regions to log in and out at busy surgeries, as demand grows over winter.
Invercargill practice calls in doctors from other regions to see patients
The field's expansion into the privately owned Soho Basin is all but confirmed, and will see skiable terrain increase to roughly 900 hectares.
Watch: Take a sneak peek at the stunning Wanaka terrain that will see Cardona ski field nearly triple in size
Dunedin man Malcolm Diack has New Zealand's only locust farm registered for human consumption.
'Crunch, crunch!' Protein-rich locusts might be coming to a dinner plate near you
With a new venue organisers hope to draw bigger crowds.
Top young international designers on show at iD Dunedin Fashion Week
After twice missing out on world titles in dramatic fashion, Courtney Duncan's overcome a few mental barriers, and a string of injuries, to ride again.
Kiwi motocross ace Courtney Duncan hoping third time's a charm after twice missing maiden world series crown
Former solider Blair Benefield will skateboard from Stewart Island to Cape Reinga to tell his story and help those in need.
Skateboarding the length of NZ for mental health gives former soldier new purpose