On the day new membranes installed at the Oamaru water treatment plant allowed it to produce about double the supply's normal daily use, the Waitaki District Council pressed the ''go button'' on a...
After criticism heritage designation could infringe upon personal property rights, the Waitaki District Council has raised the bar for considering heritage protection - when owners object - in its...
Three-term councillor and former Waitaki deputy mayor Hugh Perkins said it was an ''honour and a privilege'' to serve as a district councillor, as he addressed his colleagues at the final Waitaki...
An unnamed developer wants assurances neighbouring properties will not block views at a central Oamaru landmark site.
A New Zealand and Australian six-month clinical trial has shown a cannabidiol gel can be used to reduce seizures in the "most challenging and poorly controlled" epilepsy disorders among children.
Young Pacific people will get hands-on help to find jobs, jobs training or education after Dunedin and Oamaru signed on to an expanded employment services support programme yesterday.
As Cracked Ink's stylised characters fly through the air taking sea water away in bowls, overhead balloons lift sea creatures away.
A man has been taken to Dunedin Hospital with suspected head injuries after truck and bus crashed on State Highway 1, south of Milton.
Work on the Dowling St steps, one of the last repair jobs after slips caused by the July 2017 flood, is nearly complete.
Nobody looks up at the night sky and ponders the existence of Superman - the Man of Steel is simply a work of fiction.
Both a heritage asset and a major piece of urban infrastructure has been officially reopened in Dunedin.
The wife of a man who died two days after allegedly inadequate medical care in South Otago says the mistakes made before his death were not good enough.
An Owaka farmer received inadequate medical care in the two days leading up to his death, a coroner has ruled.
Dunedin City Council wants the commercial centre of Port Chalmers to have a speed limit equal to the lowest speed limit on the State Highway network in New Zealand.
An enrolment scheme for Logan Park High School, hoped to be in place by next year, should help to cap the school's roll at "a nice size'', the school's co-principal says.
Nearly 250 descendants of NZ Business Hall of Fame importer and gold miner Choie Sew Hoy gathered Dunedin at the weekend to celebrate the sesquicentennial of his arrival in the city.
Philip Morrison, of Dunedin, navigates his velocipede into the finish of the Tweed Ride at the University of Otago clocktower building.