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.
Syrian immigrant Mouhannad Taha and his wife and six children were yesterday delighted to become New Zealand citizens in a ceremony at the Dunedin Centre.
University of Otago scientists have received an inaugural $3million Marsden Fund Council Award to investigate genetic links to metabolic diseases, including diabetes and gout, in the Pacific.
This climate-safe house, which was one of the stars of Dunedin's Home and Living Show at the weekend, is moved by crane into position at Waitati yesterday.
Fifteen Christchurch-based University of Otago medical students have "exercised very poor judgement'', breached trust and engaged in academic misconduct over overseas elective placements.
The University of Otago is "extremely disappointed'' that 15 Christchurch-based senior medical students have breached trust and engaged in academic misconduct regarding overseas elective placements.
Chris Baldi, of Saddle Hill, prepares to drive off in his 1962 Chevrolet Corvette at the start of the Otago Vintage Car Club's annual Taieri Tour on Saturday morning.
After losing power, apparently near Heyward Point, a sizeable pleasure craft is towed back towards Careys Bay, in the Otago Harbour, yesterday by the vessel Vivienne J. A Coastguard Dunedin vessel...
Despite planning for retirement, Port Chalmers businesswoman and writer Julie Fawcett felt shock and guilt when she stopped working full time.
A planned Museum of Broken Relationships exhibition in Dunedin has struck a chord, and 40 people have already offered to provide "an object that won't let you forget".
Dunedin's latest and 12th central city Barnes Dance crossing was installed at the intersection of Frederick and Great King Sts on Thursday.
New Zealand's first climate-safe house will be among the many attractions when the fourth Home and Living Show begins in Dunedin tomorrow.
Prof Hallie Buckley has been awarded a more than $100,000 research fellowship to help shed new light on the lives of forgotten colonial settlers.
Research intended to make powerful new anti-cancer drugs even more effective is among University of Otago projects boosted by $3.8million in career development awards.
Big delays before a woman was first elected to Parliament have become an ''embarrassing and hushed footnote'' to New Zealand's proud history in women's suffrage, an academic says.