Stargazers can expect more spectacles like the one by what is thought to be a Russian satellite, which blazed across the sky near New Zealand on Saturday evening, a Dunedin astronomer says.
The fate of the preferred site for a Dunedin rain radar is tied to a major international acquisition of Otago forestry blocks.
Terry Davies is the driving force behind Dunedin’s Forsyth Barr Stadium. But the man who now commands a sizeable six-figure salary can still remember his first pay day. Chris Morris reports.
The twin sister of a Dunedin woman killed in a crash near Waihola says she is ''numb'' from the loss.
Police are pleading with motorists to drive safely after four deaths on the roads within 24 hours marked a ''truly horrific'' start to the holiday season.
A few days ago Jack Hewitt-Townsend was a ''very sick little boy''.
Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium has finished its biggest concert year to date with a ''brilliant'' performance by country pop star Shania Twain.
The Dunedin Ice Stadium is expected to be closed for another month as work continues to rectify an underground ice block threatening its playing surfaces.
Otago Polytechnic says it could consider a takeover of the Telford on-farm education provider, but has slammed the ''broken'' funding model driving training institutes to the wall.
Clutha Mayor Bryan Cadogan is vowing to fight to save the Telford agricultural training facility in South Otago.
The training institute running the Telford campus in South Otago has been placed in interim liquidation at the request of its board.
A Dunedin survivor of sexual abuse within the Catholic Church is heading to the Vatican in the hope of meeting the Pope, helped by the Catholic Bishop of Dunedin.
A ''state of the art'' aquaculture facility, costing up to $100 million, is among three Southland projects to receive a nearly $2 million cash injection from the Provincial Growth Fund.
A Dunedin boy who endured five days of violence at the hands of the Sisters of Mercy is still searching for answers.
A privacy breach by New Zealand’s royal commission into historic abuse is of "significant concern", a University of Otago academic says.
Election? What election? So say Crs Lee Vandervis and Andrew Whiley, who deny a public spat with Cr David Benson-Pope over a public playground has anything to do with ambitions for public office.
A privacy breach which saw the personal details of a sexual abuse survivor disclosed by NZ's Royal Commission into Historic Abuse has caused "serious distress'', a support network says.
The Dunedin City Council has voted to lobby the MetService to accelerate plans for a rain radar covering the city, despite a last-minute assurance from Mayor Dave Cull.
The city councillor pushing for the return of a commuter rail service to Dunedin hopes to fast-track the idea.
Windows covered by a psychedelic paint job concealed a dark secret in Invercargill. Now one victim of a Marist Brother who raped children is letting the sunlight in. Chris Morris reports