Columba College principal Juliette Hayes has shocked the school community by announcing her resignation.
A Bombardier Q300 passenger plane crashed at Dunedin Airport last night, killing several people and severely injuring about 20 passengers.
When Warren Goodwin sits at the dinner table, he doesn’t see a coffee cup or salt and pepper shakers — he sees the components of a laser gun.
Tumanako the takahe has lived a peaceful, honest life so far, but she recently became a jail bird - if only for a couple of hours.
A "colourful collage" of New Zealand music - some of it from as far back as the 1860s - will be displayed on the walls of the Hocken Library's foyer next month.
Dorothy Knudson still kicks herself today for not asking her father more about his time during World War 1.
"I was straight out of school and looking for adventure - and I got it by the bucket load.''
MetService has warned Dunedin and Oamaru residents to be prepared for heavy rain this weekend.
It started with one, and then there were two.
The weather will be relatively warm and dry for Otago and Southland on Anzac Day.
A University of Otago zoology student is working on turning people from arachnophobes to arachnophiles.
Otago is again ablaze with the colours of autumn, but botanists say the season has come a little later than usual this year.
Organisers of the annual Hyde Street Party expect the event to only get better next year after an "awesome" and almost incident-free party on Saturday.
Building castles is not as easy as fairy tales would have you believe.
Priscilla comes with quite a reputation and she is certainly one to be respected.
Violet Byers spent nearly 40 years playing and umpiring netball, and claims she "never once" got an injury on court.
Hyde Street Party goers appear to be well behaved so far, event organisers say.
Students have flocked to Dunedin's Hyde St Party after a slow start this morning, organisers say.
The Dunedin City Council has waded in on the fight against the Otago Regional Council, for a public bus route that better serves school pupils living on the Otago Peninsula.
Another five levels of scaffolding are expected to be removed from the First Church spire in Dunedin this weekend, as repair work nears completion.