When Corey Te Hei learned he had to dress in pink for Pink Shirt Day yesterday, there was a moment of dread.
Further testing of lead found at five Dunedin primary schools has found there is "little risk" to pupils.
The latest monthly regional tourism estimates show the industry continues to boom in Otago.
Jaimin Armstrong may be one of only about 20,000 children born each year with a rare heart condition, but much to his disgust, that does not get him off doing the dishes each day.
Any concerns Dunedin production house NHNZ may be closed following its acquisition by international media company Blue Ant Media have been quashed.
New statistics show Dunedin households are consuming 44% more broadband data than this time last year.
Mixing yoga with butterflies has helped Otago Museum win an award at the Service IQ New Zealand Museum Awards.
After a cold, wet and miserable weekend, Niwa is forecasting a drier than normal June and July for Central Otago and Southland.
What lies beneath South Dunedin has intrigued many for decades.
The New Zealand Principals' Federation is angry it has taken more than a year for authorities to tell five Dunedin schools lead was found in soil samples from their grounds.
Some might say it was beginner’s luck when Dunedin Print won a gold medal and a highly commended award on its first attempt at the Pride in Print Awards.
Do carrots really make you see better in the dark?
New Zealand Certified Builders (NZCB) Otago has raised $7789.04 for Search and Rescue Dogs Otago which is dedicated to rescuing those lost around the region.
An evaluation car has derailed in a tunnel near Port Chalmers this morning, and has the potential to cause diruptions to freight services.
Dunedin's Southern Colour Print has stamped its authority as a world leader in printing by once again winning the Business Print Category at the 2017 Pride In Print Awards.
Jan Taylor is a big believer in the old adage, when one door closes, another one opens.
The moral of this story is: ''Don't leave your laptop with an 11-year-old''.
Kavanagh College principal Tracy O'Brien has given assurances over his health after his board of trustees told the school community he would be taking ''medical/sick'' leave for up to two months.
When Dawn Cope found out she had won the Otago Daily Times Practically Perfect Mother's Day competition, it made her day ''almost'' perfect.
Winter is expected to make its entrance tomorrow as snow, rain and gales head for the Southern region.