Having a face-to-face conversation with Harry Willis is likely to give you a neck injury at the moment.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s pregnancy is likely to have an impact on social policy in New Zealand, a University of Otago politics lecturer says.
No people or pets have disappeared in the Cargill's Castle area lately, but given the large and mysterious Triffid-like plant growing nearby, no-one would be surprised if they had.
NCEA pupils have been known to dive off the wharf into the freezing harbour basin or go on a bike ride around the South Island to celebrate their results at this time of year.
The curtain has fallen on the popular Stage Challenge and J Rock school competitions, leaving many Otago schools shocked and disappointed.
Farmers across Otago are being asked to conserve water, with some rivers across the region dropping to their lowest levels on record.
You know it's getting hot in Otago when your jandals stick to the tarseal.
Dunedin Airport has this afternoon recorded its highest ever temperature as the South swelters again today.
An extraordinarily hairy former Dunedin man has shot to global fame after posting a photo online that ended up on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Scorching temperatures have forced Fire and Emergency New Zealand to impose a total fire ban across Otago and Southland.
Following several cases of holiday-makers being scammed recently by people pretending to be Airbnb staff, the company itself has now come under fire from a Dunedin resident.
After 26 years working as a car park attendant, Joan Howell can dispel the notion that car parks are just like men.
For nearly a quarter of the University of Otago’s first-year students, it feels like they are watching life on campus rather than participating in it.
If a strong squall broke a yacht’s 10m-high mast in the middle of the Tasman Sea, most sailors would throw their hands in the air and give up their dream of trying to circumnavigate the planet. Not Enda O’Coineen.
Another large Summerland Express Freight truck has crashed, this time on State Highway 1 south of Ashburton.
There are conflicting reports about how a man was injured on the main street of Hyde.
Heidi Hayward has an opportunity to put her money where her mouth is after winning a major education research award.
The party appears to be well and truly over for a group of students who have been excluded from the University of Otago for their involvement in a "sadistic'' flat initiation party last year.
For many, recalling their first day at intermediate or secondary school will evoke unhappy memories.
The Dunedin City Council is to investigate driver behaviour in Rutherford St, Caversham, following complaints about vehicles travelling the wrong way down the one-way street.