A fault line on Dunedin’s doorstep could cause an earthquake as destructive as 2010’s Canterbury quake.
A Frenchwoman remains in Dunedin Hospital in a stable condition after being bitten by a shark while bodyboarding in the Catlins.
A young French woman has been flown to Dunedin Hospital after being attacked by a shark in the Catlins this afternoon.
Dunedin South MP Clare Curran says she is almost at the stage of encouraging people to squat in vacant state houses in Dunedin as the waiting list climbs above 100.
Aurora Energy has abandoned a target to have all condition-zero poles replaced by the end of this month.
A lot has changed since Jan Prestidge started nursing for the University of Otago's Student Health 30 years ago.
Dunedin's Syrian refugees are about to welcome some new arrivals of their own as the city marks a year since they first resettled here.
Life has been a struggle for Ki’anie Pikia and her three children since the lease on her Dunedin home was not renewed in December.
The Government is stepping in as Dunedin social service agencies say the lack of affordable rental properties in the city is reaching crisis point.
A stone linking Dunedin with its Scottish heritage has been moved to a more fitting location.
The confrontation between North Korea and United States could spiral out of control quickly, a University of Otago professor says.
Dunedin could soon follow the lead of Wanaka in allowing shops to open on Easter Sunday.
Students at a University of Otago residential college will get a chance to farewell one of their own at a private ceremony today.
Computer games are not usually associated with getting people off the sofa, but University of Otago researchers hope they can be used to help patients with knee osteoarthritis.
The University of Otago has agreed to cut greenhouse gas emissions by a third within three years.
An Auckland family is ''absolutely devastated'' after their 17-year-old son was found dead in a University of Otago residential college.
The focus on keeping costs under control which has led to job cuts at the University of Otago is not new, acting vice-chancellor Prof Vernon Squire says.
A relieved woman embraced one of her rescuers as she stepped out of a malfunctioning lift in which nine people had been trapped.
Morale is at rock bottom among general staff at the University of Otago amid fears a review could result in the loss of hundreds of jobs.
The relief was palpable as nine people were rescued after 45 minutes stuck in a broken lift in Dunedin's Burns House this afternoon.