West Harbour Community Board chairman Steve Walker is keen to pass on a "friendly reminder" that the 30-minute and 60-minute car parks in Port Chalmers are not an invitation to park there all day.
The Department of Conservation is moving to a new site in the Exchange.
An enforcement case of "national significance" involving the Mosgiel Memorial RSA is being used to test the legal standing of an RSA national provisional membership scheme.
Three Otago bottled water consents have been defended as having an ''insignificant'' environmental impact and being a ''prudent use'' of a valuable resource.
Hopes that a new variant of the rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus would be swiftly approved in Otago have been dashed.
The University of Otago's internationally recognised Dunedin Study has won the Prime Minister's Science Prize, in what Otago researchers have hailed as a ''pinnacle'' achievement.
The Taieri Historical Society faces one of the biggest fundraising challenges in its history as it strives to raise $100,000 to improve the "tatty" appearance of an historic Outram School building.
University of Otago scholarship and award-winning bachelor of medical science honours students (front row, left to right) Roshit Bothara, Tevita Vaipuna, Georgina Fagan, David Wang and (back row,...
What a difference a year makes.
Dunedin's "pop-up" temporary penguin hospital closed yesterday, after operating for nine weeks and saving 34 yellow-eyed penguins, including crucial breeding adults.
Environment Southland has highlighted a rise in potentially toxic cyanobacteria—blue-green algae— in several Southland rivers, the latest being the Mataura River at Gore.
A ''very rare'' early botany book, given to the University of Otago will make a ''fantastic'' addition to the university central library.
An improved approach to pest control in and near Port Chalmers is starting to overcome ''decades of neglect''.
University of Otago medical student Lucy Keefe (20) has a close encounter with a huge inflatable brain during Brain Day at the Otago Museum.
Young women can look forward to bright futures in tech industries, including in computer programming, Australian businesswoman Dr Jenine Beekhuyzen said yesterday.
Many Otago regional councillors, as well as the council's chairman and chief executive, attended a rally organised by the New Zealand Water Forum.
Dunedin police are concerned that eleven people were found to be drink-driving in the city in an "extremely high result" last weekend.
Dunedin fashion designer Donna Tulloch has been selected as Toitu Otago Settlers Museum contemporary designer for this year, with one of her garments on display.
Research aiming to learn more about the health of NZ military veterans is among a wide range of University of Otago medical research projects boosted by $2.6m in Lottery Grants Board funding.
Speakers at a Dunedin rally striving to keep the Cadbury factory open have urged owner Mondelez International to remember the human faces of their staff, and not just focus on profits.