Be careful what you throw out.
It is not hard to imagine Dunedin's more upright citizens sighing with relief as Mark Deason handed over the keys of Frederick Street's Bowling Green Hotel in March. For a moment, it seemed as though the end had come for the student quarter's most notorious publican.
A Dunedin real-estate firm is advertising for staff just days after media reports nearly 4000 real-estate agents had lost their jobs because of the recession.
Cadbury yesterday let the cat out of the bag. Making blocks of chocolate is so simple even a journalist can do it.
The state drug-buying agency Pharmac is considering paying for an expensive drug for people with severe Crohn's disease.
The Golden Centre mall in Dunedin will remain open to shoppers while major construction work goes on around them.
Times are tough, but not in the gold industry. Mark Price meets two Central Otago men excited by the potential of small-scale gold mining operations.
Work is expected to begin tomorrow on the $5 million refurbishment of the Golden Centre shopping mall, in George St, Dunedin.
Dunedin Crohn's disease patient Joe Noon (24) has owned up to a past that included heavy drinking and to a continuing smoking habit.
A Dunedin general practitioner has offered to contribute $2000 towards the cost of providing Joe Noon with the drug Infliximab, understood to cost at least $25,000 for a one-year course.
Contrators are removing asbestos from the roof of the Cadbury factory in Dunedin but the company says the work is not being done because the asbestos is a problem.
A $US53 million ($NZ95 million) study of the cattle genome, released today, will lead to greater feed efficiencies and could help deal with the dairy industry's methane problem.
Ninety-nine crashes. That is the toll that has been exacted on motorists using the Caversham highway at the southern entrance to Dunedin during the past five years.
Otago Olympic hopeful Debbie McCaw has been struck a double blow in her bid to make the New Zealand team for the 2012 games in London.
Lawyers acting for the Dunedin City Council are expected to be given the floor this morning when debate begins over the next move in the Otago stadium debate.