Dunedin photographer Simone Jackson and fellow Otago photographers Janyne Fletcher and Jackie Ranken have won national professional photography awards.
As high winds continued to batter the greater Dunedin area, Kordia Ltd technicians yesterday continued to suspend work on two satellite dishes beside the Mt Cargill telecommunications tower.
Power has been restored for 22 Otago Peninsula households after a power line was brought down by high winds early today.
ACC campaigner Dr Denise Powell has welcomed a move to provide a new conciliation option for claimants.
New research showing why some livestock produce more methane than others is also suggesting ways to cut this source of greenhouse gas, scientists say.
Shy, and not so shy. Two pearl cockatiels, natives of Australia, this week became the latest inhabitants of the Otago Museum's Tropical Forest.
Much more than the costumes have changed at the Otago Gang Show over the past 40 years.
An elderly man sustained moderate injuries after being hit by a car in Macandrew Rd in South Dunedin late this afternoon.
Dunedin historian Dr Rosi Crane, who is the Otago Museum’s honorary curator of history of science, has also taken on the big task of writing a history of the museum, which last year celebrated its 150th anniversary.
African tropical butterflies may be fluttering towards the Otago Museum, but seem unlikely to arrive before late this year.
Toitu Otago Settlers Museum staff have nearly finished processing a big backlog of about 5000 items donated to the institution since its redevelopment.
Fifty-five school pupils from throughout the South Island were getting a buzz out of the latest annual Brain Bee Challenge in Dunedin yesterday.
Lawyer Warren Forster believes that a new independent conciliation service he has helped establish will make a ''transformative'' difference in resolving disputes with ACC.
Dunedin photographer Carlos Biggemann has just won the People's Choice award, one of two major awards, at an international photography competition in London with this work, titled Autumn Leaves in...
A recent flurry of Dunedin rail-track renewal is part of a regular seasonal maintenance cycle, KiwiRail says.
The strong appeal of unhealthy food needs to be understood better, before moves can be made to cut obesity among the poor, a US economist says.
Minister for Trade and Export Growth David Parker is optimistic New Zealand can reach the goal of net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
People in Otago and Southland are being encouraged to take part in the latest annual nationwide Garden Bird Survey, which starts today and ends on July 7.
New Zealand will benefit from taking part in international programmes to fight the threat of counterfeiting manuka honey and other high-quality food exports, a Dunedin academic says.
University of Otago-linked research could prove a crucial "game-changer" in the global battle against childhood pneumonia, which kills nearly a million young children each year.