Otago Museum is looking for females of all ages who actively embrace science, technology, engineering and mathematics as part of their lives to feature in a new digital portrait exhibition.
Gently placing more than 60 eggs in a supermarket trolley each week — along with copious amounts of fruit and vegetables — attracted more than a few sideways glances for Liz Rades during lockdown.
Labour's Taieri candidate Ingrid Leary has confirmed she spent lockdown on Waiheke Island instead of in her electorate, following comments on social media.
An oversized chair has gone missing from the grounds of Otago Girls’ High School during the lockdown, prompting staff to call for its immediate return with no questions asked.
A small bubble of Dunedin’s cannabis prohibition protesters used their annual J Day protest to show support for the Government’s cannabis referendum, which will take place later this year.
New Zealand may be experiencing major disruption under the Covid-19 pandemic, but at least the weather appears to be remaining in familiar territory.
In a flip-flop move, a small bubble of Dunedin’s cannabis prohibition protesters used their annual day of protest to show support for the Government’s cannabis referendum which will take place later this year.
Labour’s Taieri candidate Ingrid Leary has responded to questions on social media, about why she spent the lockdown on Waiheke Island instead of in her electorate.
The MetService has issued orange weather warnings for parts of Otago, Southland and Fiordland this weekend.
MetService has issued Orange weather warnings for parts of Otago, Southland and Fiordland this weekend.
Being locked in a Covid-19 bubble for five weeks is tough but does not compare to being locked in an apartment in Syria during the ongoing conflict.
Staff and patients had to be evacuated from Dunedin Hospital's Clinical Services building after smoke was detected earlier today.
Fewer than 10% of pupils are expected to return to school today, an informal survey of Otago and Southland schools shows.
With a little help from neighbours, a one-off community sing-along may be turning into a weekly choir practice with residents of a Mosgiel street.
It is as safe as it has ever been for children to attend school, two University of Otago infectious disease experts say.