Southern cancer care advocate Melissa Vining is preparing to farewell another person close to her who has been failed by the healthcare system and says change cannot come fast enough.
Despite widespread public concern, there will be no investigation into the death of a little penguin found surrounded by tyre tracks at a Dunedin beach last week.
The only way for NZ to reach its net-zero 2050 emissions target is with a proposed $4 billion-plus hydro-electric storage lake above Roxburgh, the Environment Minister says.
Offers of a new home for the Dunedin RSA Choir had come rolling in, choir president David More said.
Otago farmers may still require resource consent for the controversial practice of intensive winter grazing this year despite a delay in new national rules governing the practice.
A zero tolerance approach to sexual misconduct and online abuse will now be spelled out in the University of Otago’s updated code of student conduct.
The Government is taking advice on how to keep people at the centre of society as computer algorithms make increasingly more decisions about people’s lives.
Reports of the death of the Hyde St party were greatly exaggerated, organisers say.
After nearly a quarter of a century at the Caversham Presbyterian Church, the Dunedin RSA Choir will rehearse for its upcoming centenary Anzac Revue without a permanent home.
The annual booze-soaked costume party that elevates Hyde St to among Dunedin’s most notorious remains an eagerly anticipated event by its student residents.
The application to build a landfill near Brighton will remain on hold until the end of next month, the Otago Regional Council says.
A teenaged girl got out of a car at the bus hub in Dunedin’s city centre to assault another girl yesterday, police say.
Multiple complaints in Dunedin led to the arrest of a teen girl forbidden to drive, yet behind the wheel of a stolen car when stopped last night, police say.
The cost of upgrading the Playhouse Theatre is likely to be beyond the means of the Dunedin Repertory Society, its president Jemma Adams says.
A conservation business crucial to the survival of yellow-eyed penguins on mainland New Zealand is for sale.
The 83-year-old Mosgiel pool has hosted its last pool party.
With a housing shortage increasing the demand for builders more than ever, the construction sector needs quality tradespeople, Otago Certified Builders president Sacha Gray says.
A baby blue Triumph GT6, a scarlet Lotus Elite, and a neon green Chevy Camaro provided only a sample of the polychromatic parade of cars leaving Dunedin on Saturday.
A hypothermic kayaker was pulled out of the water on Saturday after he got in trouble while kayaking with two other men off the Brighton coast.
Yellow-eyed penguins are on life support in mainland New Zealand.