A person had to be cut from a car after an early morning crash in Invercargill.
A man seen driving erratically in Dunedin said he was holding his damaged door closed after reversing into a post.
Nearly 140 students have registered to return to Dunedin from Auckland, the University of Otago says.
The South has recorded its second-highest number of suicides in more than a decade, sparking concern about how the region’s vulnerable are being cared for.
A man spotted driving erratically in Dunedin said he was holding his damaged door closed after reversing into a post.
An historic Christchurch tram converted into a cherished family getaway was one of the casualties of the devastating Lake Ohau fire.
Twelve months on, Daisy Hudson and Craig Baxter return to Lake Ohau Village to see how residents have begun to rebuild in the wake of one of New Zealand’s worst fires.
A boat was saved from a fire that badly damaged a double garage in Mandeville, near Gore, this morning.
A new campaign is calling for $600,000 a year for an independent panel to keep universities accountable over sexual abuse complaints.
University of Otago students have apologised for racist and homophobic jokes in this year’s Med Revue.
Three Waikato household members of a remand prisoner with Covid-19, who was announced as a case yesterday, have tested positive.
A student who plagiarised in an essay apologising for previous wrongdoing was among more than 80 reprimanded for academic misconduct at the University of Otago last year.
Tomorrow marks Suffrage Day, the annual commemoration of the day in 1893 when New Zealand women earned the right to vote. To honour the occasion, the Otago Daily Times has spoken to five...