If you thought the past summer was cold and wet, you are half right.
A time-travelling cat with no name, looking for a place to call home.
New Zealand’s first marine heatwave forecasts are being created with the help of a University of Otago marine science lecturer, with the aim of protecting the fishing and aquaculture industry from...
A ‘‘shocking, lacerating and wicked’’ writing style has won Emily Duncan another major playwriting award.
Ben Mason’s marathon rowing trip around the South Island to raise funds for the NZ Breast Cancer Foundation has been postponed again following a reality check from Dunedin Marine Search and Rescue volunteers and police.
Those who have tried and failed to get hold of Sarah Gamble lately should not take it personally.
"Atmospheric rivers" which bring weather bombs to New Zealand are expected to increase in frequency and magnitude, and move further south in coming years, new research from the University of Otago shows.
An Air New Zealand plane struck a bird during landing at Dunedin Airport this morning.
Emergencies can happen anywhere, anytime.But a new two-way tool has been developed which will both help get information to people and provide them with an opportunity to help.
It was a "bonus on top of a bonus" for three former Otago Girls’ High School pupils when they recently discovered they had gained the top marks in their respective New Zealand Qualifications...
It appears the DCC has decided to remove the "ugly" and "dangerous" planter boxes in Mosgiel, after mistakenly putting a statement online showing next steps in the Mosgiel-Taieri Safer School Streets project.
If New Zealand’s fringe artists are not "fringey" enough this year, Dunedin Fringe Festival goers will for the first time be able to watch selected international performers overseas on the internet.
Sparks are starting to fly among East Taieri residents, including a dairy owner who has had to throw out food products, as unplanned power outages continue to plague the area.
The Dunedin City Council calls them beautification and traffic-calming measures.
MetService is urging Otago and Southland residents to watch for periods of heavy rain and westerly gales tonight.
A Toyota utility vehicle was left hanging in the balance over the edge of a large culvert in Dunedin earlier today.
A range of safety features, including a button which will call 111 in an emergency, will come with the new Neuron Mobility e-scooters which are due to hit the streets of Dunedin tomorrow.
January 2021 will be remembered by many as the month of umbrellas.
Walk into Modaks Espresso and try to order a quarter-strength decaf trim latte, and you are likely to get a blank stare from behind the counter.
Better late than never.