A fatal explosion on cruise ship Emerald Princess in Port Chalmers two years ago has prompted warnings international standards are urgently needed when it comes to maintaining, inspecting and...
A controversial issue of student magazine Critic was described as ''trash and filth'' in internal emails and Otago University proctor Dave Scott expressed his concern about young people reading the...
Southland Mayor Gary Tong is in China with the millionaire at the centre of the donation scandal that has rocked New Zealand politics.
A bitterly cold southerly is expected to bring snow as low as 200m across the South on Monday.
A leading Otago horse trainer says it will be a great shame if small racetracks across Otago are abandoned over nationwide concern some tracks are not being properly maintained.
A vegetation fire sent smoke and ash billowing from a North Dunedin property this afternoon.
A balmy Dunedin November is set to turn into a sweltering start to summer with temperatures expected to reach the high 20s this weekend.
A balmy Dunedin November is set to turn into a sweltering start to summer, with temperatures expected to reach the high 20s this weekend.
A Dunedin man who kayaked within metres of a small pod of orcas says the experience almost left him in tears.
Dunedin National MP Michael Woodhouse is promising to hold Labour to account over the Dunedin Hospital rebuild.
A wind-driven weather phenomenon is expected to bring warmer temperatures to Otago at the end of this week.
Passengers aboard the wildlife cruise vessel Monarch got a spectacular surprise when a pod of orcas swam within 30m of their boat near the entrance to Otago Harbour.
An SUV which gave a Dunedin a resident a "rude awakening" when a man crashed it into the side of his house yesterday has finally been removed.
Special votes could make New Zealand's tight election tighter, with the likelihood the Green Party and Labour will take seats off National.
The man who photographed a sign on a Dunedin beach claiming to prove the earth is flat is in shock after it made the headlines across the world.
A nationwide police crackdown on barbers and hairdressers offering complimentary drinks started in Dunedin.
Dunedin may not be able to claim Richie McCaw but it can claim a towering giant by the name of ``Reachie McClaw''.
A lot has changed at the University of Otago’s residential colleges, but the man given the new role of senior warden says the essence that makes them special lives on.
Physical education students have decided they are not going to let the University of Otago cut parts of the school without putting up a fight.
Some of New Zealand's top tech entrepreneurs are surprised at the amount of innovation happening in the Dunedin tech sector.