The late Otago Daily Times reporter David Loughrey last year ran a spirited but unsuccessful campaign for the hawk to be crowned Bird of the Year. Is this year the hawk's time to rise?
Vampires in the community was written in 2017 and wisely banned from publication and entombed deep within the Allied Press building. Until now.
The Ministry of Health says it will do better after delays releasing information related to the Dunedin Hospital rebuild project were criticised by National Party list MP and health spokesman...
A tiny, fluffy member of the newly crowned Bird of the Year species was both chirpy and hungry at the Dunedin Wildlife Hospital yesterday.
A simple hand gesture — the wave of acknowledgement to a driver who has given way out of the kindness of their own heart — is the firm base on which society is built.
Some remarkable stretches of hand-placed rock wall are being completed beside Otago Harbour. David Loughrey visits the construction site to find out more about the project.
The clock is ticking for businesses set to be displaced by the new Dunedin Hospital build.
The body of the second climber who died after a fall during a tramp on the Remarkables yesterday has been recovered this morning.
One person was seriously injured in a two-car crash at Kuri Bush, near Taieri Mouth, tonight.
A Samoan visitor to New Zealand has travelled in the South while infectious with measles, the Southern District Health board says.
Years of involvement with a Dunedin Pasifika event has acted as the catalyst for a local man to develop into a playwright, and land his first writing residency.
A taste of Melbourne came to Wingatui and South Dunedin yesterday, though horses only turned up at one event.
Melbourne came to Mosgiel today as horse raising and fashion came together on cup day.
Dunedin's Hillside Workshops may be able to call on the skills of tradespeople laid off from Cadbury as the South Dunedin site returns to a fully functional engineering hub.
A collective engineering group and an agritech business unit were two big winners at provincial growth fund announcements yesterday.
Current and former workers at Hillside yesterday could not contain their joy at the massive investment to revitalise the workplace they clearly care deeply about.
The workforce at Dunedin's Hillside workshops is set to swell to 100 as the industrial heart of the city is revitalised to the tune of $20 million of government money.
Dunedin's Hillside workshops are about to be brought back to life with an almost $20 million injection of Government funds. And millions more will go to other Dunedin engineering projects.
Heritage advocates opposing the demolition of the Highgate Presbyterian Church in Maori Hill are hoping they will get the chance to have their say at a meeting today.
A plan to heat central Dunedin buildings with the biggest eco-heating scheme in New Zealand is set to advance to its next stage.