When is an exotic plant no longer exotic?
Researcher Charlotte Patterson hopes a powerful new pest management tool will help protect Otago Peninsula against reinvasion once possums are largely eliminated there.
A United States-based immunotherapy researcher is optimistic cancer will gradually become less of an immediate threat to life.
University of Otago human nutrition researchers are seeking help to solve the mystery of what vegetarians are eating these days.
A beautiful room at Larnach Castle, never open to the public since the castle was completed in 1874, is being refurbished for public access.
The great fruit cake mystery has been solved.
Scientific detective work into meteorites is shedding new light on the ancient processes that led to Earth being formed, geologist Dr James Scott says.
A new way of clarifying which tumour cells are most likely to spread could become a key weapon to protect patients, Dunedin scientists say.
A slice of good luck is needed to help a beautifully baked fruitcake reach its destination.
Refugee integration should not simply be viewed as a further burden for new arrivals, but as a shared task for all Dunedin people, a visiting academic says.
Hocken Collections head curator pictorial collections Robyn Notman reflects on a plaster bust from 1975 depicting a Neanderthal man, at "A Garden of Earthly Delights", which has been the most...
Replacing the roof at the Otago Museum's Tuhura Tropical Forest is technically challenging and inquiries are being made abroad to find the best solution.
Dunedin Multi-Ethnic Council president Paul Gourlie is stepping down, but remains excited about recent positive changes.
New approaches which bring citizens together and directly shape policy are also making democracy more credible, a Wellington academic says.
Police are hunting for two men seen breaking into a ute in the Dunedin suburb of Waverley yesterday morning.
After growing up in the heat of South India, Bijin Paul found Dunedin's winter cold and ice a big shock when he moved to the city in 2016.
Yui Yamaki, from Yasuda Girls' High School, in Hiroshima, Japan, is among the speakers at a rally to commemorate Hiroshima Day in Dunedin yesterday, at the Peace Pole at the Otago Museum Reserve.
Police are not endorsing the famous French suggestion "Let them eat cake'' after a car crash in Dunedin early yesterday.
Dunedin police are not endorsing the famous French advice "Let them eat cake'', after a car crash early today.
The Public Service Association (PSA) is "disappointed" that front-of-house staff numbers at the Toitu Otago Settlers Museum and the Dunedin Chinese Garden have been reduced.