After the sun shone on World Juggling Day activities in Dunedin at the weekend, the community celebration is likely to become an annual event, organisers said.
Southern junior chess is on a high, as a record 14 teams competed in the annual Otago-Southland secondary school team tournament in Dunedin at the weekend.
Olive Johannessen (4) patiently continues her work at a lantern-making workshop at Dunedin North Intermediate School (DNI) at the weekend.
University of Otago projects have received nearly $19 million in the Health Research Council’s latest funding round.
It is unclear how many of a cat's nine lives were left after it was rescued from the roof of a Dunedin house this afternoon.
A shed on a rural property at Evansdale, near Dunedin, has been destroyed in a suspicious fire this morning, emergency services say.
Fog at Dunedin and Auckland airports this morning delayed some southern domestic flights, but has now lifted.
If you think a poster promoting next month’s New Zealand International Science Festival could not send a robot to the moon, think again.
Young dancer Olivia Moore says it is "special" to return to her Dunedin birthplace to perform "Dancing with Mozart" with the Royal New Zealand Ballet tomorrow.
Evacuated occupants of a central Dunedin building have been allowed back in after a second reported smell of gas this week.
The Dunedin Fire Brigade Restoration Society is on a roll, and has taken five more old machines, mainly fire appliances, into its safekeeping over the past two years.
Cattle are a much bigger factor than rats and mice in spreading the devastating disease leptospirosis in northern Tanzania, University of Otago research suggests.
Former Dunedin songwriter and performer Anthonie Tonnon says his planned live shows at the Otago Museum planetarium will help him to compete successfully against ''the golden age of television''.
Up to 400 delegates will converge on Dunedin for an international conference later this year.
Ecologist Henrik Moller is keen to develop a partnership between University of Otago researchers and ''Flip the Fleet'', a citizen science coalition of people who drive electric vehicles.
The Dunedin Fire Brigade Restoration Society is part of a groundswell of support to keep three Cadbury factory vintage vehicles in Dunedin.
Genetic discoveries in the past 20 years have revolutionised scientific understanding of severe forms of epilepsy, researcher Associate Prof Lynette Sadleir says.
As the Otago Museum prepares to celebrate its 150th anniversary later this year, John Gibb talked to Otago Museum director Ian Griffin about his first five years at the museum, the achievements and further challenges.
University of Otago-led research shows smart technology can shed new light on the challenges faced by smokers trying to quit by using e-cigarettes.
Five Otago surf life-saving clubs will soon receive important equipment and related funds, thanks to a $25,000 donation by a Dunedin business.