Scientists alone cannot defeat tuberculosis, and wider international partnerships are needed to help combat the world's top infectious disease killer.
The Fortune Theatre is preparing to launch two new ticketing initiatives, designed to open its doors to those who may not usually be able to afford a show.
This definitely won't be a case of ''you've lost those loving felines''.
A high-powered line-up of former Selwyn College students, including former prime minister Bill English, Health Minister David Clark, and former All Black David Kirk will celebrate the college's...
How many 12-tonne diggers does it take to peel a watermelon? Milton excavator operator Troy Calteaux not only knows the answer, he's done it himself.
A powerful storm which caused flooding near Dunedin last July has sparked international scientific interest after subantarctic kelp, from 1200km away, was washed up on city beaches.
Dunedin artist and exhibition judge Barry Weston looks at photographic work Allans Beach Storm, by John Burke, at the ''Almost an Island'' art exhibition opening at the Macandrew Bay Community Hall...
Larnach Castle executive director Norcombe Barker, is pleased to have William Larnach's silver-topped riding crop back.
Former Dunedin resident and historian Carolyn King is keen to preserve the rich social history of the city's once-booming Chinese fruit shop trade.
About 4000 passengers from Ovation of the Seas fanned out throughout Dunedin and its hinterland yesterday, on the busiest day in the last phase of the city's cruise ship season.
Dunedin city councillor Christine Garey has praised the "enormously important work'' of the Cancer Society and reflected movingly on supporting a friend with cancer.
About three hundred young people gathered in a grassy area off Lovelock Ave, Dunedin, on Saturday afternoon.
A woman was taken to Dunedin hospital in a serious condition after falling from a ladder at a Dunedin home.
A fleet of electric vehicles has visited Dunedin in a show of power for the industry, and amid signs of the rapidly growing popularity of this form of transport.
Some freedom campers on the Otago Peninsula are not playing by the rules, and the area's community board is seeking better information-sharing with the Dunedin City Council.
University of Otago researchers have welcomed new regulations that require plain tobacco packaging, but are urging the use of updated on-pack warnings to discourage young people from smoking.
A precedent-setting judgement in a Dunedin court case is likely to usher in future improvements, but more needs to be done to overcome other court cost barriers to justice for ACC claimants.
More than 80 people attended an anniversary lunch in Mosgiel yesterday to celebrate the Taieri Recreational Tramping Club's 30th anniversary.
Maintaining ''research literacy'' is crucial for the future of the medical profession and for the best interests of patients, Otago Medical School dean Prof Peter Crampton said yesterday.
The secret life of Dunedin sea creatures will be shared with viewers throughout the world, thanks to a $32,000 GigCity grant to livestream underwater footage, via the internet.