Dunedin's annual O Week toga party returned to its roots last night.
Flood protection work by the Otago Regional Council in the Kaikorai Stream could have contributed to the deaths of hundreds of fish at the weekend.
The scenes that greeted Dunedin firefighters in Christchurch in the days and weeks after the earthquake struck have stayed with them 10 years on.
Poor water quality could have contributed to the death of hundreds of fish in a Dunedin estuary at the weekend.
While once there was a desperate push to plant our way out of climate change, the Climate Change Commission is now calling for real emissions reductions instead. Hamish MacLean looks into what the direction could mean for the South.
Emergency services responded to reports of a person in the water at Lawyers Head in Dunedin earlier today.
A New Zealand collaboration with German researchers could accelerate the shift to a low-carbon economy in the South using "green hydrogen".
The first event of this year's O Week has been postponed amid the uncertainty surrounding Alert Levels in Dunedin.
This was the first year Chartsiri (Patty) Klinpibul has stayed in New Zealand over the summer.
Incomes appear to have kept pace with rising housing costs in the South before Covid hit, but only just.
A technicolour scene now fills a once flat wall in a courtyard at the University of Otago dental school in Frederick St, Dunedin.
A woman whose disappearance sparked a search has been found safe and well roughly 40km from where she went missing on Sunday night.
Nearly a quarter more students than last year are set to start schooling at Otago Polytechnic this month as the Dunedin tertiary school reports a rush on its 2021 classes.
University of Otago evolutionary virologist Jemma Geoghegan is working with her colleagues at the Institute of Environmental Science and Research (ESR) to identify the source of the variant found...
A possible 15% reduction in livestock numbers on red meat and dairy farms by 2030 could break New Zealand’s under-pressure agriculture industry, some farmers fear.
Otago Polytechnic is defending spending nearly $8 million on travel in five years in the wake of criticism from the auditor-general.
The number of electric vehicles in the Dunedin City Council’s fleet is due to more than double by the end of the year when it reaches its 2021 goal.
Dunedin's Anna Grimaldi has this year’s Tokyo Paralympics in her sights.
Twenty students faced disciplinary action at the University of Otago after two flat initiations led to burglary, forced drinking and demeaning acts last year.
The University of Otago will investigate whether staff encouraged medical students to scam the system and holiday when they should have been studying.