What would happen if you had a Dunedin salmon fishing competition and no-one caught a salmon?
Almost everyone wore a mask at the New Zealand Bloodstock Breeders’ Day at Wingatui, held under Covid-19 restrictions and excluding the public.
Researchers, including a former Dunedin scientist, have made a discovery which raises hopes of finding an eventual cure for HIV.
Have those car keys really become invisible?
Dunedin police dealt with several cases of intoxication in the city at the weekend, including complaints about a group of drunken people throwing bottles at cars.
Dunedin police had a busy day dealing with intoxicated people in separate incidents on Saturday.
One person was moderately injured when a car hit a parked car in Invercargill this afternoon.
Dunedin police are investigating a crash involving a car in Harington Point Rd this morning.
A fire appliance and water tanker from the Otematata Volunteer Fire Brigade were used to help extinguish a smouldering fire in wood chips near the Benmore dam this morning.
Award-winning dolphin researchers Prof Liz Slooten and partner Prof Steve Dawson intend to retire from Otago Uni in May and continue their research from the Bay of Islands. Prof Slooten talks to reporter John Gibb about her career, her concerns, and plans for the future.
Tongan postgraduate student Jordan Quensell is delighted to have gained entry to the University of Otago clinical psychology programme and wants to improve mental health in Tonga.
Dunedin's Shark Spy project team is urging all boaters, divers, and fishers to provide information about shark sightings.
Wanaka A&P Show organisers yesterday decided to press ahead with this year’s annual show, despite uncertainty about Covid-19 alert levels.
Wanaka A&P Show organisers yesterday decided to press ahead with staging the latest annual show, despite continued uncertainty about Covid-19 alert levels.
Travelling to Mars will not provide a "quick fix" for mounting environmental woes on Earth, a Dunedin academic warns.
Thirty-five Dunedin and Otago artists are supporting a Polish cultural group’s bid to raise funds for to renovate Broad Bay’s historic Church of Mary Queen of Peace.
Maori elders recently gathered at the Toitu Otago Settlers Museum to celebrate a new strength and balance exercise programme for people over 55.
A mobile crane lifts contractors into position high up at the Dunedin Courthouse complex, to repair roof tiles yesterday morning.A small one-lane section of lower Stuart St outside the...
University of Otago students Maraea te Waitoatoa Golias (18, left) and Olivia Williams (18), both of Wellington, enjoy their hangi food at the University of Otago Maori Centre during O Week events...
Dunedin man Joshua Perry has welcomed a Government move to allow people affected by life-shortening congenital conditions to gain earlier access to their KiwiSaver funds.