The union representing Cadbury workers and a Labour MP have questions after Mondelez announced it could not find anyone to make Kiwi sweets in New Zealand.
CCTV cameras will be installed in streets around the University of Otago early next year.
An 88-year-old with multiple sclerosis will be a first-time protester outside the Otago Multiple Sclerosis Society in Dunedin tomorrow.
A group of members is seeking to oust the Otago Multiple Sclerosis Society executive committee amid claims of bullying.
A response of more than 40,000 signatures to a petition calling for a mental health inquiry has overwhelmed its Dunedin organiser.
The University of Otago council has approved an 8% hike in the compulsory service fee, and a 2% increase in course fees.
Seven counsellors could be laid off in a proposed shake-up of the University of Otago's mental health service.
Southern District Health Board bosses were warned last year prostate cancer wait times were "not pretty" and could become public.
A two-month intensive outsourcing programme will clear the biggest waiting lists at Southern District Health Board but change is needed so they do not build up again, a senior visiting health...
The senior doctors’ union is urging New Zealand First to make good on a campaign promise and use its leverage to halt National’s plan to privatise the Dunedin Hospital rebuild.
"Blitz lists" of prostate cancer surgery will be performed on weekends amid a wider recovery plan by the Southern District Health Board to deal with surgery delays.
A review highlighting long wait times for prostate cancer treatment should have been given to them last year, the SDHB's chief executive and commissioner say.
The PSA says 10% of Southern District Health Board positions are kept vacant to save money, at a time when staff are ''desperate for some relief''.
Dunedin has ''returned to form'' in giving Labour a strong party vote, political commentator Chris Trotter says.
A Dunedin city councillor has labelled National List MP Michael Woodhouse "desperate'' for lashing out at critics after losing the party vote in Dunedin.
A decision to exclude the University of Otago from the Dunedin Hospital rebuild was queried by Treasury, advice released under the Official Information Act reveals.
Dunedin has sent a strong message to Michael Woodhouse and the National Party, Dunedin South MP Clare Curran says.
There was a sense of vindication and even triumph for Labour’s Dunedin MPs on Saturday when the city went decisively back to Labour.
Invercargill has gained a Labour MP and lost a New Zealand First MP.
Former Green Party co-leader Metiria Turei was a philosophical presence at an otherwise sombre gathering of party faithful in Dunedin on election night.