People around the world have marked World Car Free Day. ODT reporter Margot Taylor left her car at home and joined people on six bus journeys on Friday.
A bird-feeding system that caters for the tastes of native and non-native birds has won the annual Audacious business competition.
The University of Otago says the expertise of the Women’s Health Research Centre will remain, despite staff transfers to Victoria University.
A restaurant run by schoolchildren popped up in Port Chalmers last night offering free four-course meals for all parents.
The opening night of the largest art show to come to Dunedin sold out last night.
The velvety tones of some of Dunedin's most well-known radio presenters poured from movie speakers rather than Dunedin radios last night.
A person has been taken to Dunedin Hospital after a car reversed across a road and down a bank in Kenmure.
A Dunedin schoolboy has hit the jackpot with an app he created which is now being used by some of the world’s leading technology experts.
Artificial intelligence is a bit like haggis, a technology expert for the United States Government told a conference in Dunedin yesterday.
Year six pupils at St Bernadette’s School are getting a civic education thanks to the Otago Daily Times.
Six months after Gavin Wilson shredded his hand in an accident, he accidentally welded his replacement to a sculpture.
University of Otago part-time professional practice fellow in the School of Pharmacy David Woods climbs unsummited mountains. Margot Taylor asks him how he came to enjoy venturing into...
The Government must work with councils to fight sea-level rise and help communities such as South Dunedin survive.
A million-dollar makeover of the oldest brewery tour in Dunedin was celebrated yesterday.
University of Otago students applauded a Green Party policy yesterday promising a universal postgraduate student allowance and extending student loan limits beyond seven years.
A Northeast Valley supermarket is leading the way in the eradication of plastic bags thanks to the work of pupils from Dunedin North Intermediate.
A Dunedin publican says the business will struggle to survive when its liquor licence is suspended following a string of incidents, including people being allowed to drink there on Christmas Day.
Opponents of a wind farm near Blueskin Bay say ''common sense has prevailed'' with the Environment Court decision this week, but it comes too late for a former resident who moved away in protest.
Dunedin's Edgar Centre had a cuteness overload as hundreds of tiny tots in kapa haka gear took the stage for the 24th annual Polyfest.
A South Dunedin bar previously in trouble for gang brawls and overt intoxication is in trouble again after a series of incidents, including having inebriated staff on duty.