A Dunedin city councillor is warning against demonising agriculture as a producer of greenhouse gases.
A rush to take up trades training has helped deliver an extra $3.5million to Otago Polytechnic’s bottom line.
Pleas for a standalone Christian chapel at the new Dunedin Hospital have overstated the financial support local churches give to the hospital chaplaincy, an insider says.
Stop the degradation, show real improvements in five years, restore NZ’s waterways in a generation, and infuriate how many farmers? Hamish MacLean checks in on the fight for healthy rivers after 100 tractors rolled through Gore in protest last week.
The sale of derelict Princes St buildings will attract local interest, a Dunedin city councillor and heritage advocate says.
Just 6% of Dunedin residents had their recycling rejected in the Dunedin City Council’s latest round of recycling inspections.
A large boulder that teetered over Blueskin Rd has been demolished and the road reopened late yesterday afternoon.
A limit to growth sounds unappealing and yet that is exactly what the planet needs, University of Otago marine biologist Liz Slooten says.
The fire that gutted Lake Ohau Village is unlike anything New Zealand has ever experienced, a fire researcher says after scouring the scene.
Domestic University of Otago students will face increased tuition fees next year as Covid-19 puts a more than $17million hole in the university’s budget.
Dunedin's student publication Critic Te Arohi has retained its title as New Zealand’s best for the fourth year in a row.
As researchers prepare to sift through the ashes of another devastating fire in a drying South Island landscape, a political battle over how to manage fire risk in rural NZ blazes on.
Christian leaders across the South have urged project managers to rethink having only a multi-faith centre in the new Dunedin Hospital.
Dunedin's latest public sculpture will not be installed in the Octagon until February at the earliest.