Simon Bridges asked Otago communities what they thought the present state of the nation was - and they told him in no uncertain terms yesterday.
Half of Mosgiel's NZ Post boxes are to be removed and the future of the Mosgiel NZ Post Shop & Kiwibank is in question, leaving some residents concerned.
More than 16,000 New Zealand secondary school teachers will meet over the next two weeks to discuss their upcoming collective agreement negotiations with the Government.
Construction of a new multimillion-dollar visual and performing arts centre at St Hilda's Collegiate School may begin as early as next month, after the project received resource consent from the Dunedin City Council.
Dunedin's oldest hotel is soon to reopen as the CBD's first 5-star boutique hotel, following a $3 million refurbishment.
Three Otago secondary school science pupils are among seven New Zealanders selected to interact with international scientists at the top of their fields, as part of the prestigious London Youth...
The Milford Road has closed due to snow and more is also likely for the Crown Range Road as the South shivered in the coldest snap of the year so far.
The proctor and University of Otago Campus Watch staff have removed hundreds of copies of the latest edition of student magazine Critic following complaints.
As the number of electric vehicles (EVs), hybrids and vehicles equipped with advanced safety features increase on Otago roads, questions are being asked about who will be qualified to repair the rapidly changing technology.
For as long as they can remember, Mark and Rayna Dickson's food for thought has been organic produce.
Mumps cases in Otago have spread to the point where Public Health South is now working to manage the infectious disease, rather than contain it.
The education sector has praised the Government's Budget 2018, which takes major steps towards rebuilding New Zealand's "creaking schooling system".
A disturbed westerly flow headed toward New Zealand is expected to bring severe gales to the south this weekend.
Large logging ships may be travelling up Otago Harbour to Dunedin within the next five years, in a bid to make way for growing cruise ship numbers at Port Chalmers.
This may be one of those shows you do not want to sit in the front row for.
Fifteen years ago, there were tears, stress and bitter disputes when the Government announced it was closing many schools in the south.
Following New Zealand’s hottest summer on record, Niwa climate scientists and glaciologists say a recent survey of the South Island’s glaciers has revealed a "massive meltback".
Make a short film in 48 hours? Some would say it is unrealistic, maybe even "a bit loopy", to attempt it.
Some Dunedin liquor outlets received a surprise and unusual visitor yesterday.
Ride-sharing company and food delivery service Uber has confirmed it will begin operating in Dunedin next week.