An Otago scientist is part of an international team that has created a ''machine learning tool'' aimed at flagging dangerous bacteria before they cause an outbreak, from hospital wards to a global...
Happy as a barista, Nichola Keen never seriously considered another career until her father injured his back.
Many around Otago and Southland may have had restless sleeps last night, as winds gusted to hurricane levels.
They say a band name says a lot about its musicians.
The last Otago secondary school to allow its pupils to freely use mobile phones in the classroom has now banned them.
Severe gales across the far south overnight are expected to ease this evening.
Peninsula motorists will continue to contend with clogged roads after the DCC announced the "temporary" Andersons Bay causeway bus stops will remain for now.
MetService is warning of severe gale westerlies, reaching 120kmh in the far south, from tonight until tomorrow evening.
If you should be driving past the big Mosgiel sign and you discover the M is blue, try not to panic - your eyes are fine.
A combination of lower-than-normal atmospheric pressure over NZ and warmer-than-average Tasman Sea temperatures is expected to increase the chances of "significant rainfall events" in the South.
For more than three months it stood as a daily reminder of the grisly deaths of two people. But by late yesterday afternoon, all that was left was a pile of rubble.
Ranfurly is living up to its reputation as the coldest place in New Zealand, after recording the coolest temperature in the country during April.
An "extremely rare" double-sided Flying Nun poster, up for auction in Dunedin this weekend, is attracting almost as much attention as a flying nun would.
Parents are being warned to be more vigilant in managing their children's asthma following the release of a new report which shows more New Zealand children are being admitted to hospital for the...
Traditionally, turning on the lights can be a drain on bank accounts.
Plotting a course through life in the navy is not always as cut and dried as it appears.
Many of Dunedin’s theatres are climbing over each other to offer their stages as alternative venues, in the wake of the Fortune Theatre’s closure.
Otago Peninsula parents appear to have given up on the Otago Regional Council bus service and started car-pooling their children to school.
Outgoing Columba College principal Juliette Hayes performed "extremely well", but faced a difficult task making changes after the 30 year regime of the previous principal, a supporter says.
Columba College principal Juliette Hayes has shocked the school community by announcing her resignation.