Dunedin South MP Clare Curran speaks at the opening of a new Mosgiel volunteer hub at the Age Connect Taieri building in Hartstonge Ave yesterday.
A black swan and five cygnets swim in the upper Tomahawk Lagoon, in Dunedin, yesterday.
A Dunedin researcher has helped find a way to avoid the dilemma of academics flying to international conferences on global warming adding to the problem.
Sloane Smith, of Dunedin, hugs a gnome as she prepares for the latest July gnome hunt at Glenfalloch Gardens.
Ninety young people took a "break away" from school holidays at Dunedin’s Edgar Centre yesterday.
Launching the University of Otago’s online MBA degree in China is likely to double the degree’s overall intake and generate $2.8 million in extra income.
No-one was badly hurt when a car hit a lamp post at the McBride St-Rankeilor St intersection in South Dunedin today, police said.
A pair of paradise ducks found an unusual new heaven by calmly strolling through central Dunedin yesterday.
A large seascape by Dunedin artist Simon Kaan is featured in a semi-transparent glass facade for a new hotel, "Ebb-Dunedin", in Filleul St.
A portable "nano forest" with 1000 saplings and other trees and close encounters with a native stick insect helped make an Orokonui Odyssey a hit in Dunedin yesterday.
The paint is flowing again at Cargill Enterprises in South Dunedin, after a vibrant art project earlier hit the wall during the Covid-19 lockdown.
No-one was hurt in two incidents involving cars south of central Dunedin about 5pm today, emergency services said.
Cook Islands people will dance their way to better health if Dunedin researcher Troy Tararo-Ruhe’s vision succeeds.
The health benefits of blending some more "working out" into your working day will be highlighted in a new Dunedin study.
Eager youngsters yesterday learned more about building castles of the imagination out of paper cups at the New Zealand International Science Festival in Dunedin.
About 100 people participated in yesterday’s booked-out lantern-making sessions at Dunedin’s Midwinter Lights event.
The Otago University Students’ Association yesterday celebrated its 130th anniversary with a tree-planting ceremony in Dunedin.
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.