Shanae Wallace says she has never lived through anything like it.
An appeal has been launched by Brockville School to help the family of a pupil whose family home was destroyed by fire.
Every year in New Zealand, two or three people are buried at sea. As new regulations come into force barring sea burials in all but five places around the country, Carla Green takes a look at what...
A Dunedin developer has been fined $12,000 after illegally adding bedrooms to a property in the student quarter.
Top architect Fred van Brandenburg is excited that Dunedin will soon be getting its own architecture bachelor's degree programme.
Hundreds of people have gathered in the Ross Creek area in Dunedin this evening to "reclaim'' the reserve after a young woman was sexually assaulted there early last week.
Hundreds of people streamed through Ross Creek Reserve last night to "reclaim'' it.
Dunedin-based TVNZ reporter Megan Martin has decided to organise a run to ''reclaim'' the Ross Creek reserve and raise money for Victim Support after a woman was tied up and sexually assaulted there on Monday night.
New University of Otago research suggests the links between mental health and physical health may be deeper than previously documented.
Asbestos has been found in balconies being taken down on the University of Otago campus, but the university says it is taking precautions to make sure staff are not affected.
Reporter Carla Green, a New Yorker who has been baffled by New Zealand sports ever since she arrived in the country about a year ago, recently attended her first cricket match. The experience has left her, if anything, even more confused...
Six months on from the record June flood, the Kokiri Centre in South Dunedin is open for business.
It was crowded in the shade at the Wingatui Boxing Day races on Saturday.
Pedestrians, cars and buskers jostled for space in a sunny central Dunedin as shoppers mobbed the streets for the annual frenzy that is Boxing Day.
The University of Otago will spend almost $2million on technological upgrades in the new year.
A badly damaged car sits in a paddock beside the southbound section of the Southern Motorway yesterday.
It was a phone call that sent Orphans Aid International representative Hilary Campbell into a whirlwind of activity.
The University of Otago's arts building is shedding its balconies.
A 101-year-old St Clair institution has disbanded, selling its premises and handing over a princely sum to charity in the process.
Yesterday's hot weather may have been record-breaking, but it was not necessarily extraordinary.