Red roses might cost as much as $150 a dozen but expense is apparently no barrier for Dunedin romantics on Valentine's Day.
A young Levin man walking the length of New Zealand to raise awareness and funds for mental health groups has taken time out from the trek to attend a suicide prevention workshop in Dunedin. Alex...
A rare corpse plant is ''keeping its own timetable'' as it goes through the process of producing its first bloom since arriving at the Dunedin Botanic Garden 10 years ago.
Five months from his first New Zealand International Science Festival as director, Dan Hendra is not looking at all nervous.
The one-way cycle lane project, between the Dunedin Botanic Garden and Queens Gardens, is expected to be completed about September.
A mass of green plant in and around much of Dunedin's Andersons Bay inlet has been identified as a harmless form of sea lettuce and not toxic algae.
Three months before she steps down as head of Presbyterian Support Otago, Gillian Bremner is as passionate as ever about the organisation and its work.
A smelly white blanket around the Andersons Bay inlet during the past two days was a banquet for seabirds but a bad smell for the area’s human population.
Water delivery companies in Dunedin are "maxed out" and the scorching summer weather has prompted a high fire risk warning in the South.
The retirement of its two long-serving leaders has meant the end of an era for the West Harbour Girls' Brigade company which is now in recess after 83 years of community involvement.
Finding a link between a mother's infection during pregnancy and a schizophrenia symptom in her offspring was ``an exciting first'' for researchers in a study of rats at the University of Otago.
The importance of pregnant women taking care of their health has been highlighted by a University of Otago study which suggests a link between infection during pregnancy and schizophrenia-linked...
It might have seemed like ''the runt of the litter'' at the time, but for Dunedin man John Somerfield the only ticket left in a raffle book on Saturday was a lucky one.
Dunedin woman Lisa Johnston finds it hard to believe writing her name on a piece of paper has won her a trip to Australia next February.
Hundreds of people gathered at Otakou Marae yesterday to farewell Kuao Langsbury, a respected Te Runanga o Otakou and Ngai Tahu leader, who died last Saturday.
A Central Otago man has decided not to give evidence in his trial on multiple charges of sexually abusing four young girls almost 20 years ago.
Dunedin restaurant owner Nigel Broad may still have to complete building alterations required for the renewal of his liquor licence, but has permission to hold two music gigs at Plato this month.