Dunedin recreational fishers are pleased a popular Steamer Basin pontoon will be retained despite Port Otago plans to demolish a nearby marina.
Dr Xaviour Walker is keen to encourage fellow Pacific graduates to consider applying for teaching jobs and leadership roles in health sciences at the University of Otago.
Will today finally be the day?
Marchers from throughout the country line up and sing the national anthem at the official opening of the Marching New Zealand Championships at the Edgar Centre, Dunedin, yesterday afternoon.
Despite being back in Dunedin for a while, international opera singer Jonathan Lemalu is still getting used to being recognised in the street by people stopping for a chat.
Any eventual move by the United States to join the Christchurch Call would be welcome, a conference on social media after the mosque attacks has heard.
Firefighters extinguished a fire that heavily damaged a car in Corsican Drive, off Moke Lake Rd, at Ben Lomond, near Queenstown, after being alerted at 6.38pm today.
Chief censor David Shanks is cautiously optimistic about achieving more progress in international efforts to counter hate speech and violent extremism in social media.
Moves to consider greatly expanding Otago Yacht Club pontoon berths could save Otago Harbour from a "Third World" lack of recreational boat facilities, a skipper says.
Since starting his first Dunedin commission last week, international street artist Koryu Aoshima has had few troubles, and only a single kea.
Satellite researcher Associate Prof Hugh Slotten is looking forward to boldly researching where he has gone before, at the Smithsonian Institution Air and Space Museum in the United States.
Two University of Otago professors and a former Otago academic have been elected as fellows of the Royal Society of New Zealand academy, for distinction in research.
Dunedin researchers want to provide fair access to exercise therapy for people with neurological conditions living in remote areas, including in Otago and Southland.
A new community mural and celebrations to mark its completion lit up Kirriemuir Park, in Maryhill, Dunedin, yesterday.
Art has its frustrations, but how bad can the life of a professional comic book artist be when it often involves close encounters with dragons?
Hate speech and terrorism, as well as moral leadership and the Christchurch Call, will be in the spotlight at a Dunedin conference about democracy and social media.
Scots-born computer scientist and piper Dr Murray Tannock will not only attend today’s special graduation ceremony at the Dunedin Town Hall but will also lead the procession.
More than 220 former University of Otago students are due to walk across the Dunedin Town Hall stage on Saturday for a "special acknowledgement" ceremony after every graduation ceremony planned by the university last year had to be cancelled.
Dunedin and Samoan scientists have joined forces to undertake research into solar radiation and climate change.
Dunedin is now home to the most modern university dental teaching complex in the southern hemisphere, after yesterday’s opening of the final part of the $130million redevelopment.