Generators were brought in to supply power to a central Dunedin street after a fault cut electricity to 17 customers.
More than 70,000 animals used for research were euthanised at the University of Otago over five years.
Dunedin Railway's recovery from last month's flood has been complicated by a contractor shortage and an unexpected track closure north of the city.
An abandoned University of Otago building is set to get a new lease of life after a $9.1 million upgrade.
This week’s unseasonably warm weather will be the perfect tonic for drenched Taieri farms.
Research activity is the main cause of a more than seven-fold increase in data travelling to and from the University of Otago's network.
Improved internet speeds at University of Otago could help clean up New Zealand's rivers.
The Southern District Health Board’s urology service is the worst in New Zealand, a leading figure in the field says.
An embattled Southern District Health Board hopes an extra ICU bed will alleviate ongoing cardiac surgery woes in Dunedin.
After more than 40 years collecting for Poppy Day on the same Dunedin corner, Norma Burton has been recognised for her efforts.
Geotechnical assessments on two key Otago Peninsula roads could help make the slip-prone area more resilient in future severe weather events.
The ''holy grail'' for beating tuberculosis is a step closer thanks to the efforts of University of Otago researchers.
The fight is on over the University of Otago's proposal to cut 182 general staff positions.
Union and staff vowed to continue fighting the University of Otago's proposal to cut 182 jobs at a protest today.
A WorkSafe audit of Aurora Energy has confirmed fears its power poles were unsafe.
After 55 years of target shooting, Colleen Lee still gets a kick out of pulling the trigger.
Breaking down the barriers which stop people talking about suicide and mental health can save lives.
A leading anti-obesity campaigner was ''amazed'' to discover the scale of New Zealand's obesity epidemic.
Last week’s massive downpour left more than 200 slips on Dunedin City Council land alone.
Sixty years after moving into her Otago Peninsula home, Cecille Wesley (83) is not sure if she will be able to live there again.