Some Bunnings customers and staff are upset after management removed a defibrillator from its Dunedin store.
Harassment in the student quarter has reached breaking point, and the University of Otago and students' association need to do something about it, a group of Dunedin residents says. Otago...
A University of Otago doctor is calling on Bunnings to reverse its ‘‘silly'' decision to remove a defibrillator from its Dunedin store.
Students say there were about 30 people jumping up and down on a Castle St balcony just before it collapsed, seriously injuring two people, at concert in Dunedin.
A Dunedin activist says the police have come knocking, asking about protest plans against the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement.
Almost 3000 television sets are thrown into the Green Island landfill each year, 42 times the number recycled at the facility. Carla Green reports.
Stephen Willis will be taking the operational reins of the University of Otago in April, but for now, mum's the word on what will change as a result - if anything.
About half of the University of Otago's agricultural research is funded by industry. Is all that money having an undue influence on research findings - and what gets researched in the first place? Reporter Carla Green investigates.
A storm is brewing in Blueskin Bay, where the community is deeply divided over a wind farm project. Carla Green reports.
In an annual iD Fashion-inspired tradition, a piece of Dunedin fashion history has been added to a Toitu Otago Settlers Museum's display.
As a short-lived rainstorm passed over Dunedin last night, about 150 South Dunedin residents gathered for a meeting about the lasting effects of another storm that hit almost exactly nine months ago.
About a dozen union activists picketed the Dunedin Railway Station yesterday morning, calling on Dunedin Railways to drop disciplinary proceedings against an employee.
A Dunedin academic is criticising the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade for refusing to attend a community-organised meeting on the Trans Pacific Partnership agreement.
Dunedin City Council staff are sifting through the almost 400 submissions on its proposed changes to dog bylaws before a hearing later this month.
Opoho School year 6 pupil Sebastian Cumming (10, left), year 4 pupil Isabelle Gazzard (8) and their classmates dressed up for "Freaky Friday'' to raise money for Fijians who were left homeless after Cyclone Winston hit late last month.
The University of Otago is not the only one getting into the surveillance business, as Carla Green discovers. At least one landlord in the University of Otago student quarter has had CCTV...
Delta officially unveiled the South Island's first fast charger for electric cars in a Dunedin car park yesterday.
Speculation about students' personal lives runs rampant in Dunedin, especially during O Week. Reporter Carla Green takes a deep dive into the student psyche by spending a couple days immersed in Yik Yak.