Students are being caught up in illegal tenancy agreements in North Dunedin boarding houses.
An under-fire Dunedin bar owner says it is not his fault if patrons want to abuse police after having a few drinks.
A Dunedin bar owner in trouble with the authorities says bar owners are struggling to find people to work as duty managers.
A group of Wakari businesses are furious with Aurora over its lack of communication over a planned power-cut which never happened.
The Dunedin City Council's rates take could increase by more than $4.7million if the Government acts on a recommendation to make tertiary institutions pay full rates.
The opening of a play group is part of a wider effort from the Ministry of Education to help Dunedin's growing Syrian refugee population adjust to New Zealand's learning environment.
Past and present physical education students are worried the University of Otago's proposed cuts will ruin the prestigious school.
A festival aimed at highlighting how different cultures share their stories has been hailed a success.
The Otago Art Society has found itself in the middle of a scrap over the authenticity of works by one of Dunedin’s most celebrated artists.
Dunedin's Cadbury factory could be considered as a location for the Dunedin Hospital rebuild, National list MP Michael Woodhouse says.
They came to Dunedin to study and liked it so much they stayed.
International students contributed $117 million to the Dunedin economy, the latest figures show.
A major shake-up of senior management at Otago Polytechnic has cost it $200,000 in severance payments.
A group of die-hard rugby league fans were in heaven as their heroes arrived at Dunedin Airport.
Research funding at the University of Otago has broken the $100 million mark, giving its finances a major boost.
The University of Otago’s chemistry labs have gone from antique to high-tech and tertiary education reporter Vaughan Elder was this week given a tour of the Mellor Laboratories building...
Aurora Energy could be fined or face court action after breaching a limit on power interruptions for the third year running.
Pupils across Otago are set to be the winners from a more than $1.5million fund for the region’s schools.
Police are stepping up their presence at University Oval today after a group of about 35 drunk men was evicted yesterday afternoon.
The Opportunities Party could stand a chance in the general election if the size of its audience at an event in Dunedin is anything to go by.