A University of Otago academic is warning others travelling to the United States to take a copy of visa rules with them after she says she was wrongly refused entry to the country.
As cigarette smoking continues to become less socially acceptable, the use of vaporisers and e-cigarettes is increasing.
During his 50 years in aviation Mainland Air owner Phil Kean’s passengers have ranged from singer Suzanne Prentice to live lobsters on their way to Japan.
One of Time magazine’s top 100 people discussed the search for life on other planets with a packed room in Dunedin last night.
Departing Otago Regional Council chief executive Peter Bodeker says he is "disappointed" the council rejected his application to fill the role again.
Police talk to two schoolboys in York Pl, Dunedin, after reports of people breaking windows and glass bottles and running over rooftops in George St yesterday.
An early morning police chase that ended in a fugitive being pulled from the smoking wreck of his car easily could have hurt someone else, a bystander says.
A film about Dunedin band The Chills looks set to be released to international film circuit audiences after a fundraising goal of $60,000 was reached early.
Enjoying a Chinese tea ceremony are (from left) Maisie Hulls (8) of Grant’s Braes School, Lucy Maole (10) of St Clair School, and Leyton ‘Aluesi (12) and Holly Bezett (12), both of Tahuna Normal...
Fairfield School pupils were greeted by a million-dollar-plus makeover when they headed back to school after the term break yesterday.
Dunedin police are investigating two incidents in which men exposed themselves to young people yesterday.
A Dunedin woman has described the terrifying moment when the plane she was on was struck by lightning near the city.
The University of Otago will collaborate with three leading Chinese health institutions to combat the growth in diseases such as Alzheimer’s and heart disease.
A union organiser has labelled the loss of 160 full-time-equivalent jobs at the University of Otago drastic, saying it will have "devastating" consequences for those involved.
A Dunedin murderer who has been released and sent back to jail six times is set to be released for a seventh time this month.