Emergency supplies of hand sanitiser, produced during the Covid-19 lockdown, earlier sparked hundreds of inquiries and have now become a hit at the New Zealand International Science Festival.
Mosgiel livestock vet Victoria Chapman has been delighted to discover more than a dozen fantails roosting snugly together on a jasmine vine in her shed.
Michael Grant, who organised the St Paul’s Cathedral "virtual choir" during the Covid-19 lockdown, has been appointed the cathedral’s new musical director.
Brian Foley has been awarded a rare life membership of Master Plumbers New Zealand.
Otago Museum natural science assistant curator Kane Fleury (right) discusses a beaked whale skull with Stephen Bithell and his son Harrison (4), of Dunedin, at the museum on Saturday as part of the...
Dunedin carver Riki Tamakehu presented carvings to two Dunedin community groups yesterday to thank them for their work to counter family violence.
Sahara Ferguson (8), of Outram, holds an apricot sea star, watched by her brother Quinn (4) and their mother Sara Ferguson, at the New Zealand Marine Studies Centre pop-up aquarium, on Saturday.
After disappearing into one particularly large post-explosion cloud, even Big Science Show presenter Amadeo Enriquez Ballestero seemed slightly lost for words.
Tributes are flowing on social media for a young man who was one of two killed in a Dunedin crash over the weekend.
New Zealanders can feel "extremely proud" of how we have responded to the Covid-19 pandemic, Chief of Army Major-general John Boswell said yesterday.
An accomplished art work by a late Dunedin artist, which depicted Waterloo Bridge, London, attracted extra attention at a free art clinic yesterday.
The Belgian creative forces behind the Nomadic Art Gallery have had an exciting year, having already survived a pandemic and a few other tough moments.
The Covid-19 pandemic forced a major rethink of Dunedin’s upcoming New Zealand International Science Festival but both events also highlighted the importance of science.
A tramper with moderate injuries was flown from a hut near Lake Ohau to Dunedin Hospital by the Otago Regional Rescue Helicopter yesterday afternoon.
Police inquiries are continuing after a toddler was run over in a Mosgiel driveway yesterday.
An injured tramper is being airlifted to Dunedin Hospital from a hut near Ohau.
It was only when the Tropical Forest waterfall was switched off at the end of the day that their unexpected little cries could be heard.
Dunedin research to shed new light on how the sometimes controversial drug ketamine helps counter anxiety and depression is among many newly funded projects.
A pioneering study suggests that South Dunedin’s groundwater is less prone than feared to tidal movements and future sea- level rise.
People in Otago and Southland are being encouraged to take part in the latest annual nationwide Garden Bird Survey, which ends on July 5.