A sculpture comes back to life and an albatross soars again.
New digital health qualifications being offered by the University of Otago next year will help prepare for the new Dunedin Hospital’s more digital focus.
Proposed lower interim Dunedin bus fares are welcome, but submitters have objected to vulnerable groups facing higher charges for single-zone travel.
Shops and cafes at the University of Otago’s Dunedin campus have switched to exclusively electronic payments in a trial throughout the second semester.
The Dunedin, Christchurch and Auckland metropolitan museum directors will meet the Ministry of Culture and Heritage in Wellington in a bid to overcome the post-lockdown funding "crisis".
A report about reducing natural hazard and climate change risk, co-authored by Dunedin academic Ben France-Hudson, has won a national award.
New Zealand is officially the world’s least corrupt country, but some of our business behaviour remains disappointing and unacceptable.
All 32 residents and 10 staff from the Glendale Retirement Home celebrated the end of the Covid-19 lockdown with a ‘‘we made it’’ lunch at a South Dunedin restaurant yesterday.
Tyne Grant, of Dunedin, is sweaty but cheerful, pedalling an exercycle at the Otago Museum’s hot and humid Tropical Forest yesterday, as part of a science outreach programme.
After earlier "shock" uncertainty about berthing, skipper Steve Kafka is delighted that his yacht Evohe can continue its nearly quarter-century of home-port operations from Dunedin.
One of the first jobs of Otago Museum’s new Maori curator will be redeveloping the museum’s Maori Tangata Whenua Gallery.
A wave of promising study results from early international trials of Covid-19 vaccines will also bring benefits for Dunedin researchers.
Kaden Williamson (11), of Tahuna Normal Intermediate School, helps with a water sample during water and bird monitoring work at the upper Tomahawk Lagoon, Dunedin.
Despite their sometimes "surrealistic" experiences, Dunedin’s creative fellows kept busy and productive during the Covid-19 lockdown.
A trap-making session to launch a Dunedin backyard ecosanctuary initiative proved "very positive", organisers said.
The Covid-19 pandemic is a powerful reminder of the importance of vaccines, Dunedin researcher Prof Peter McIntyre says.
One person affected in a small chemical spill incident at an Invercargill fish market received only minor injuries and did not need hospital treatment.
Firefighters have clarified that there was no blaze at the University of Otago Central Library in Dunedin today, but they did deal with smoke coming from a generator.
The driver of an SUV has been seriously injured after a crash on an icy Three Mile Hill Rd in Dunedin.