The Dunedin community responded to the city's biggest World Diabetes Day programme with a "great turnout", Dr Andrew Reynolds says.
Bill Jackson, of East Taieri, takes a close look at rhododendrons in the upper section of the Dunedin Botanic Garden yesterday.
Prof Tony Binns, who helped pioneer the UniVol programme at Volunteer Service Abroad, has gained a rare life membership of the development organisation.
Despite recent progress, there is no room for complacency over retaining older staff in the workforce, Associate Prof Bevan Catley warns.
Photographs of 150 present University of Otago staff are on display at its Link area, in association with the university's 150th anniversary.
The latest of many big changes of fortune in the world of a former Polish prince and patriot has been marked in a ceremony at the Dunedin Southern Cemetery.
After the Dunedin Astronomical Society's recently-elected president Kaitlyn Martin reached Dunedin from her US homeland, she found plenty of friends in the society, and also her fiance.
Overnight clouds cleared and Otago Museum director Dr Ian Griffin and interested members of the public enjoyed clear viewing of the transit of Mercury at Mercury Bay early yesterday.
Firefighters have extinguished a fire in a utility vehicle at a farm property at Queensberry, Central Otago, this morning.
A five-strong Otago Museum team has travelled to Mercury Bay on the Coromandel Peninsula, to help the public observe the transit of Mercury, between 6am and 7.04am today.
Dunedin South MP Clare Curran has drawn strength from members of her electorate, including advocates of revitalising the city's Hillside workshops.
Researchers led by University of Otago graduate Carole McArthur were behind the recently announced discovery of a new HIV subtype.
Ever feel frustrated, in taking a powerful car for a test drive, that Dunedin's traffic and 50kmh speed limit prevent you reaching that elusive 283kmh top speed?
Meetings with Cabinet ministers took place yesterday as early childhood education teachers pressed their case for pay equity with kindergarten and primary school colleagues.
A Southern District Health Board general manager, Glenn Symon, has won an inaugural award from the board for outstanding leadership.
Dunedin artist Kylie Matheson sets up part of her exhibition at the Dunedin Art Show at the Edgar Centre, Dunedin, yesterday.
Citycare Ltd contractors have continued to work, including at the corner of Ashmore St and Taieri Rd, Dunedin, after a burst water main, about 6pm, initially reduced water supplies to Wakari Hospital.
Pioneering school principal Isabel Fraser promoted physical fitness as well as academic excellence, Prof Barbara Brookes said this week.
Dunedin writer Dr Lynley Hood is optimistic that a recently launched national petition will help remove e-scooters from footpaths and better protect pedestrians.