A $3 million bequest from a distinguished neurologist will mean a brighter academic future for some Southland and Otago students, including former pupils of two Invercargill schools.
About 1000 University of Otago students have embraced sustainability and bargain hunting as they swarmed into an O Week sale featuring pre-loved furniture and clothing.
Port Chalmers Deputy Fire Chief Cory White is concerned some motorists are still putting roadside emergency staff at risk after crashes.
The Toitu Otago Settlers Museum board is keen to have further financial information about the museum provided again in future.
Huge disruption from the Covid-19 pandemic had contributed to Dunedin travel agent Murray Patterson’s decision to retire after 51 years in the business.
Former Columba College pupils playwright Jan Bolwell and actress and director Terry MacTavish have been recognised as distinguished alumnae at the college.
The Larnach Castle garden has gained a wider overseas profile by being featured in prestigious British magazine Country Life.
About 100 former store mannequins were snapped up at the weekend in a successful department store chattels auction which sold almost everything.
Several thousand people flocked to yesterday’s Party in the Park at the Mosgiel Memorial Gardens, enjoying the sun.
After more than 30 years based in Otago Harbour, mariner Mark Hammond is stunned his boat Maia must leave the Steamer Basin marina this month.
Northeast Valley, Dunedin, resident Rorie White is recovering at home after a shock crash between his beloved mobility scooter Ruby and a car this week.
Kavanagh College pupils could be forgiven for thinking they were seeing double, after a record four sets of twins arrived as part of the latest year 7 intake.
Whatever happens in a big fun/run walk in Wellington this weekend, two participating Dunedin athletes with disabilities have already achieved a great deal.
An array of former Dunedin department store mannequins is sparking interest and stirring memories before a big auction of store chattels.
Rainbow Rosalind the Fairy, also known as Dunedin children’s singer/songwriter and entertainer Rosalind Manowitz, has received an international award.
New Zealand should fight complacency and inject more resources into monitoring wastewater to detect the Covid-19 virus throughout the country, a Dunedin academic says.
About 60 youngsters learned more about extracting banana DNA and many other fun topics at an Otago Museum science fair with an unusual twist at the weekend.
A recent upsurge in enthusiasm for home improvements and redecorating was reflected at the latest Otago House and Home Show, which ended yesterday.
A move to fight the Covid-19 pandemic and potential overcrowding by spacing out the stalls in Dunedin’s annual Thieves Alley seemed to pay off at the weekend.
The colour and vibrancy of Pasifika returned in style at the inaugural Moana Nui Festival in Dunedin at the weekend.